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Antithrombin Iii Act W Reflex
Transient receptor potential cation (trp) channels r involved in which diseases that r associated with neuropathic pain and/or cold/heat intolerance?
Does a monoclonal antibody reactive with the o139 antigen of e.Coli would cross react with v.Cholera o139?
Apparently not.: This does not seem likely because first that the v cholera is usually found in india and bangladesh while ecoli is usually in the U.S., mexico, and south america. Second, the mechanisms are different because the genes for toxicity on the e coli strains are not present in the v cholera. Third, there seems to be no information on any cross reaction of these two o 139 strains. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why chronically high P (5.0) & low vD (<15) in spite of 1yr aggressive treatment (calcitriol 100,000iu wkly)? Usually ok Ca & PTH. Thanx. F/20s
Ca & PTH: I don't know who is treating you but the care reported is way out of line. Please have a friend fine a better doctor for you - preferably an Endocrinologist. Please let me know how things progress. ...Read more
Disorganized activity of 7-8 c/sec alpha theta mix with delta waves nearly symetrical & synchronous over both hemisphere
general cerebral dysrhythmia?
Predominantly sinus rhythm, with evidence of 2:1AV heart block (type II). 3rd degree block reported, now thought to be 2 beat P wave asystole. worry?
Sig inc in the incidence of intact perineum (37.4% vs 25.7%; P = 0.05) (RUCKHÄBERLE et al 2009). Insufficient body of evidence, should I use Epi-No?
I can't make: head nor hair of what you are trying to ask here. Consider clarifying your question and re-asking. ...Read more
Test: Rheumatologic conditions are truly made by clinical evaluation, as tests often false positives. Hopefully under care of rheumatologist. They have clinical experience to know what's real and what isn't. It takes good clinical history, tests may or may not help, as tests don't make diagnosis, clinical judgement by physician does. What is problem? Lupus?. Confide in physicians clinical judgement not. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
In Feb had prolonged PT, thrombin, and APtt not corrected w mixing study. Started pentoxyphyline tid w 325mg aspirin daily. Recent study had only prolonged thrombin. Interpretation? What is significance of continued prolonged thrombin? SLE pt.
1yr has h 2.8 a/g ratio, h 128 alt(sgpt), h <70 bum/create ratio, l 19 co2, l 1.4 globulin, h 33 ige, l 171 igg, h 11 mono% what does this mean? H=high l=low
Clinical context: All lab results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. There are different normal ranges for babies and the h/l marks are likely based on adult values. Please discuss the matter with your pediatrician. ...Read more
I get savage irrational rage & full-body dysesthesia when eating food high in aspartic, glutamic, & arachidonic acid. Why? Nmda receptor dysfunction?
2013 healthy heart. 2014 PV trace of pulmonic insufficiency impaired relaxation Grade I, 2015 psuedo normalized relaxation Grade II. Your plan for me?
The information: provided is not sufficient to allow a full treatment plan and the echocardiographic findings would need to be verified personally however it would not be unreasonable to do nothing if you had no symptoms or restrictions. If you were symptomatic I would consider low dose beta blocker if it were not otherwise contraindicated for you. ...Read more
What causes dysynchronious right (morphological ) contraction in cc-tga with added lesions (sub-ps, systemic tv regurg +small extras), dual pm also.?
Could this be celiac? Blood work was tissue transglutaminase iga auto antibodies 5 units, tsh cascade 2.5, gastrin level 17. Endoscopy showed grade 2 esophagitis, erosion in the antrum, congestion and edema in the second part of the duodenum and a 5-
Ds le cas du carence de Ca ds les cellules ces dernieres seront moins sensibles aux hormones thyroidiens malgre taux normal de t3, (liothyronine)t4.c'est vrai?
At which temperature (bodily and external) the MTHFR enzyme, a result of heterozygous C677T mutation, becomes thermolabile, i.e.inactive? Thank you.
N/A: The mutation which causes dysfunction of the MTHFR enzyme is genetic - it doesn't happen because of a variation in body temperature. The rare disorder that this causes is characterized by a possibility of inappropriate clot formation, which can result in stroke or heart attack. However, a person proven to have this mutation may never actually experience such a thrombotic event. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Kappa (4 vs ref 2mg/dl) and sometimes lambda light chain in 24hr urine without mm. What can be suspected? Anemia, worsening ckd, improves with na co3
K+L chains in ua: hello, the fact that you are having this checked in your urine means that some person is already onto the fact that you may have MGUS or multiple myeloma. The worsening anemia and kidney deterioration is more indicative of myeloma. BUT you need the whole urine and blood protein electrophoresis to look at before making the diagnosis. You shd request referral to a Heme-Onc specialist to decide.thx ...Read more
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