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Watch it: Many meningiomas don't change in size and it's safe to watch them over time. I would wonder why there was a ct scan or MRI done in the first place; if you were having symptoms that could be related to the meningioma then that might change things but in most cases meningiomas can be safely monitorred over time, and if you can avoid brain surgery you probably should! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
TOS: Thoracic outlet syndrome is accompanied by pain in this region, where the subclavian artery and brachial plexus begin to be impinged by partial closure of the costoclavicular dimension, which in normality is about 1 cm high. A sloped shoulder and abnormal excursion of the clavicle causes abnormal closure of this space. ...Read more
This sounds like: a school assignment. No, we can't do your school assignments for you. But consider putting infratemporal fossa into a search engine so that you can read more about it. Take care. ...Read more
I have some fullness in the right fossa of Rosenmuller in the postnasal space... What does this mean in laymans terms please?
It depends: Symptoms and concerns like these mandate a thorough evaluation by your doctor. Only after such an evaluation, which may include labs and radiographic examinations, can he/she let you know what's going on and how best to help you. ...Read more
CONSTANT MILD PAIN IN THE POPLITEAL FOSSA ON THE MEDIAL SIDE FOR ABOUT ONE YEAR.PROBABLR DIAGNOSIS?
Chondromalacia: This is very common and easily treated. ...Read more
My son has an acachniod cyst lower fossa region
he is a pro boxer no symtoms at all are these cyst pron to bleeds ?
What is the difference between mid fossa and transmastoid approach for scds repair? Not much info online about transmastoid. How is it done?
A cyst on supraclavicular fossa, has lasted over 2 months and got bigger, not hard, but is noticed. 7.5*3.4 measure. Location, size means lymphoma?
My son 7 years old has black round rash in popliteal fossa both side. What is that and what should I do?
I have a cyst close to the gallbladder fossa. I have had a cholecystectomy and have reacurring pain. Could this be remanent gallbladder left over?
Cyst: I believe that your surgeon and the radiologist should review your images and come up with a plan to further identify the exact nature of the mass and determine what other studies or procedures would be most helpful in pinpointing the diagnosis(ct scan, mri). I would be concerned about an abscess, for example. Would a needle biopsy be advisable? Is an exploratory operation indicated? ...Read more