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What is adem?

What is adem?

ADEM: Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis is disease that causes inflammatory lesions in the brain & spinal cord. Autoimmune demyelination may occur after a vaccination or infection. ...Read more

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What is the use of telepress and admenta?

What is the use of telepress and admenta?

Admenta = memantine: I'm sorry but I couldn't find any medically related info on "telepress". However, admenta appears to be an indian brand of memantine which is an nmda receptor antagonist used in moderate to severe alzheimer's dementia. Check out http://www. Drugs. Com/mtm/memantine. Html for more info. ...Read more

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What risks do noisy environments like arenas pose?

What risks do noisy environments like arenas pose?

Auditory: The same auditory risks that can be found in combat - hearing loss & possibly tinnitus. Additionally, if crowded it can cause some people to have an increase in anxiety. ...Read more

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What sort of problem is an adenoma?

What sort of problem is an adenoma?

Pre-cancer lesion: An adenoma is a lesion that is a precursor to cancer. If left alone, it may progress to a cancerous lesion. ...Read more

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What are the benefits of avena sativa?

Avena sativa: Avena sativa (Oats or Oatstraw) is reported to increase libido and sexual performance. ...Read more

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What is acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (adem)?

What is acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (adem)?

ADEM: A rare inflammatory demyelinating disease of the central nervous system. Is an autoimmune disease triggered by infection or vaccination. It starts with fever, headache & vomiting, then decrease consciousness & sometimes coma or seizures, muscle weakness & ataxia. ...Read more

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What exactly is acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (adem)?

What exactly is acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (adem)?

Childhood illness: Occurs in childhood, and typically monophasic, but could be confused with MS in some cases. Typically follows viral infection or vaccination and can result in diffuse encephalopathy. Classic MRI findings of large white matter lesions which light up with contrast help confirm. Typically does NOT recur. ...Read more

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How does one get acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (adem)?

Trigger autoimmune: Adem is an autoimmune disease that is usually triggered by a preceding viral or bacterial infection. While there have been reports of adem following vaccinations, this is extremely unusual, and no overall increased risk has been found in wider ranging studies. Most importantly, the very real risk of the disease prevented by the vaccine is much higher than the theoretical risk of adem! ...Read more

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Hola, tengo 17 años y quiero bajar el cuerito del pene y no me baja del todo, solo un apenas un poquito. No eh tenido relaciones sexuales todavia?

Hola, tengo 17 años y quiero bajar el cuerito del pene y no me baja del todo, solo un apenas un poquito. No eh tenido relaciones sexuales todavia?

Prepucio: Esto parece tratarse de un caso de fimosis y no tiene realcion con el sexo.
Si realment le molesta visite a un urologo para evaluar la posibilidad de una circunsicion ...Read more

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What is a benign fibroid adanoma?

What is a benign fibroid adanoma?

Benign breast tumor: A benign fibroadenoma is the most common breast tumor and is more common in women <30 years of age. It is a solitary, solid, mobile mass with well-defined edges, and the size may vary with your menstrual cycle. A fine needle biopsy confirms the benign nature, and treatment is usually surgical excision. ...Read more

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Where can a acinar adenoma develop?

Where can a acinar adenoma develop?

In ducts: "acinar" cells are cells that secrete a substance into a duct. An adenoma is a benign growth. Acinar adenomas are benign tumors most commonly found in the pancreas and salivary glands, but have been found in the ventricles of the brain and other areas. They are rare. ...Read more

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What exactly is a tubulovillous adenoma?

Growth in the colon: It is a type of polyp or growth in the colon which is usually removed at colonoscopy. These can develop into more serious cancers if not removed. ...Read more

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What are symptoms of a pituatary adnoma?

Pituitary adenoma: The most common symptoms include:
•headaches
•vision problems that cannot be easily explained
•menstrual cycle changes in women
mood swings or behavior changes
erectile dysfunction
•weight change

http://www. Hopkinsmedicine. Org/neurology_neurosurgery/specialty_areas/pituitary_center/pituitary-tumor/types/pituitary-adenoma. Html. ...Read more

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Hypochondriac, but is it possible that I have anema?

Hypochondriac, but is it possible that I have anema?

That depends...: Since you say you're a hypochondriac, you seem to be open to understanding your "worry" about being sick as something that could be understood in some way other than being "certain" that you are sick.
That does not mean you are, or are not anemic. A lot of people become anemic, for different reasons. Are you one of them? Do you have a reason? Is there a reason you worry about it? ...Read more

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Should a hepatic adenoma always be removed surgically?

Not Necessarily: Small adenomas have a lower cancer and hemorrhage risk. If they become large, such as >5 cm, the cancer and hemorrhage risk increases and most recommend removing them at that time. They are made worse by oral contraceptives so these should not be used. ...Read more

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Is their any chances of having Polymorphic adenoma again?

Is their any chances of having Polymorphic adenoma again?

Pleomorphic adenoma: If you mean pleomorphic adenoma of the salivary gland, the chance of recurrence is low. Only if a part o the tumor does not get removed will it recur. See this site for more details.
http://emedicine. Medscape. Com/article/1630933-overview#a1 ...Read more

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How do you find out if they (adrenal adenomas) are functional or not?

Excess of Hormones: If the adrenal gland tumor/adenoma is producing excess of hormones, then it is called functional. The hormone levels can be easily measured in the blood and that gives us the final answer. Of course, the excess of hormones produces medical conditions which are well known to your doctor...they usually cause high BP and something called Cushing's Syndrome. Your doctor can explain it better. ...Read more

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My husband has a villous adenoma the size of a strawberry. Is this serious?

Very: Colon polyp, right? These have a strong tendency to turn into cancer and are also a marker for someone likely to get more tumors. It's coming out, I hope. ...Read more

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What do you suggest if my husband has a villous adenoma the size of a strawberry. How worried should I be?

Usually convert: When a villous adenoma is detected in a male who is probably over 50 yrs. Of age you are dealing with a notorious premalignant cancer of bowel which is where I assume the lesion is present. Virtually every one is resected to prevent the development of colon Ca. Wide resection I assume would be attempted by scope if possible, would be curiative. ...Read more

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Is it possible to develop another tubular villi adenoma after a removal only 2.5 yrs ago? I am 34 / female Thank you

It is possible: One reason to repeat a colonoscopy 1-2 years after removal of an adenoma is to be sure it didn't grow back, and that nothing else was missed. If a repeat colonoscopy is negative, then perhaps you can wait longer. Speak to your gastroenterologist. ...Read more

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Hi I have a 7 year old daughter whom recently always cries when she is about to write her agenda or enter her classroom.?

Hi I have a 7 year old daughter whom recently always cries when she is about to write her agenda or enter her classroom.?

Somethings up: Talk to her, if this a new issue most likely something is going on in the classroom. Kids bullying her, fear of the teacher, or even a smaller problem. Try to get to the bottom of it, before it becomes a bigger issue. If she seems hesitant to talk to you, try your pediatrician or a close family member. ...Read more

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Had colonoscopy 9 years ago, was 23 then found 1 very small adenoma, repeat scopes at 1 and 4yrs clean, now back at 5yrs should I be nervous?

Do not be nervous: Colon cancer is a slow growing cancer. As long as you get colonoscopies when recommended they should be able to remove the adenomatous polyps that may turn into colon cancer. It is usually thought that it takes anadenomatous polyp 10 years to turn into cancer. ...Read more

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