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Not dierectly: Any form of nephritis (meaning kidney inflammation) can lead to kidney failure which is usually not fatal since there are different forms of kidney replacement therapy (dialysis or transplantation). It would obviously be best to not reach this point and therefore prompt diagnosis and treatment would be recommended. ...Read more
Depends: Infectious encephalitis caused by borelia, viruses (yellow fever, hemorrhagic fever viruses), rickettsiae are contagious, but often require the presence of a vector, usually a mosquito or a tick that will transfer the pathogen from the infected person to the healthy one. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Where???: Where do you live? Where have you been? There must be a reason for suspecting this: what is it? ...Read more
No: Hcv is not easily transmitted sexually, and when it is, it's not through oral sex. We're seeing some sexual transmission among gay men, usually as a result of rough receptive anal sex where there may be abrasions and blood contact. It's uncommon among heterosexuals, and i've never heard of oral transmission. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Reactive cellular changes &/or repair are present. Fungal organisms morphologically consistent with candida species present. Endometrial cells present?
Yelling at us: There is no need to yell on this application. All questions are considered. This is out of context and with no medical history attached upon which to comment. Your physician who ordered this test is responsible to interpret it for you. ...Read more
Cerebral malaria: Yes. It is a very lethal infection with mortality as high upto 80% with best clinical setting. The key to save lives are avoiding mosquito bites, recognising the early signs and symptoms of malaria and initiating treatment at the earliest. Lastly, anticipating complications like cerebral malaria and treating aggressively. ...Read more
MRI=enhancingT2hyperintense foci in both cerebellar regions may represent demyelinating disease. Other less likely metastasis or any infiltrative?
Complex question.: We will need to discuss your symptoms to figure out the significance of any such "findings" on the MRI. This isn't the forum to discuss- use HealthTap Prime or talk to your doctor / neurologist. In the mean time, obtain the MRI pictures & upload the pictures + report onto your computer. A metastasis in BOTH cerebellums, symmetrically, is ridiculously improbable. Can't say much more here. Good luck ...Read more
Is bone marrow transplantation is curative for chronic myeloid leukemia caused by (Philadelphia chromosome) ?
All of them: Elderly get all the same diseases as the young ones.. Sometimes immunity wanes and vaccines get forgotten so they are prone to many of the same illnesses as unvaccinated children. Most contagious disease though is mild and viral ( not amounting to a pneumonia) and there is no vaccine for that. ...Read more
Can stage 1a endometrial cancer (removed) spread to mediastinal, bilateral hilar and virchow's node w/o infiltrating another organ?
Yes but: It could possibly spread to local lymph node but the chances are very low. The lymph nodes that are in thoracic cavity are even less likely to contain metastatic tumor from a stage 1a endometrial cancer, especially if it's a garden variety low grade lesion. In fact, long term survival is very good, like 95%. The other 5% may represent very high grade tumors. ...Read more
Yes, for sure.: It is fairly common in children. Usually it can be treated with just a tube in the eardrum, but sometimes needs a bigger operation to drain the infection. Beware of doctors overcalling "mastoiditis" on ct or MRI scans, when all they are seeing is fluid in the mastoid. This is seen with any ear infection for a while afterwards. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mild to severe: Peritonitis is an infection. It usually responds to treatment when caught early but when it is not promptly treated it can cause sepsis, shock, and death. This is a real concern. Call your doctor at the first sign of trouble, usually abdominal pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had chest infectn&other issues, develop sepsis,sepsis blamd on chest infectn.xrays show lungs clear but sepsis remains,was blamn sepsis on chest wrong?
Best to ask your: doctor who has more detailed information and is in the best position to accurately answer your question. ...Read more
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