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Bilateral Venous Doppler
Just had a bilateral venous doppler was told by technician who performed it that I have venous insufficiency what should I expect from dr appointment
Explanation: Venous insufficiency is caused by damage to the valves in your veins. This can lead to swelling, varicose veins, discoloration, and ulcerations. Initial therapy consists of compression stocking therapy, as well as evaluation for surgical therapy. All of these options will be discussed when you have your appointment with your doctor.See 1 more doctor answer
I've vericose veins & adv to have doppler venous bilateral lower limb. What for its adviced? With vv can I brisk walk for abt 1km daily to lose wt? Thx
US and Doppler: Doppler ultrasound is used to determine if there is retrograde flow in valved vein segments, i.e. between the junction of a superficial vein and a deep vein, 2) between valved segments within a deep vein (deep vein reflux), 3) between valved segments of superficial veins (segmental venous reflux). B mode US compression techniques look for dvt and distal augmentation to confirm flow upstreamSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on symptoms.: Bilateral funiculitis means inflammation of the spermatic cord on both sides. This could be detected on power doppler ultrasound as increased flow and dilated blood vessels. Treatment depends on clinical signs and symptoms. If there is minimal pain or discomfort, no treatment may be necessary. Signs of infection require treatment with antibiotics. Pain can be treated with anti-inflammatory meds.
Mild venous leakage was diagnosed using doppler testing...Viagra (sildenafil) 25mg was prescribed...Worked while sitting but lost erection upon standing why?
This is venous leak: This is the basis of ed as a result of venous leakage. Oral agents will not cure the etiology of ed with venous leak.
Debatable: Few vascular surgeons make decisions on carotid artery stenosis based on mr, as carotid doppler (ultrasound) has been proven to be very reliable when a good technologist performs the study. From what you're describing, your carotid arteries are likely without disease as the reporting standards for ultrasound haven't quite been set. In my lab you'd likely be found to have no disease at all.
I've had multiple cbcs and venous dopplers, all normal. My doctor thinks I have erythromelalgia. It's mild no pain, is this disorder life threatening?
Different types: Erythromelalgia is very rare, and can be both primary (ie no known cause) or secondary (due to another disorder). Your doctor has been careful to look for specific kinds of blood disorders, which could be problematic, and no doubt will continue to do so. Otherwise, if it is asymptomatic and mild, recent studies show no overall influence to general prognosis. (ref: Vasa. 2012; 41 (1):43-8)
My doppler scrotum test shows bilateral funiculitis, more on left side. What treatment/medication is available?
What do you suggest if my doppler scrotum test shows bilateral funiculitis, more on left side. What is the treatment/medication?
Antibiotics: Funiculitis is inflammation of the spermatic cord.Treated with broad spectrum antibiotics such as cipro (ciprofloxacin) or levofloxacin or by doxycycline or septra.Also NSAIDS, scrotal support &, if epididymis also inflamed, ice pack intermittently. The doctor who ordered the sonogram, is surely following up on the ultrasound report. Hope you get well soon.
Toes get red and hot to touch every night around 3 am. Looks like they're filled with blood. I'm 18 years old. Had CBC and venous Doppler, both normal?
Erythromelalgia: You are describing Erythromelalgia, a condition you are describing quite clearly. The tests you had are typically ordered and are normal in most cases. Cause is not clear and only about 5% are hereditary. Treatment can be difficult but may includes medications such as Lyrica, Neurontin, or Cymbalta. There is an association that could give you more information on the internet. Good luck
I noticed my left lower limb is swollen. After a few days other leg got swollen. Doppler study shows that bilateral subcutaneous leg edema noted. Why?
Could: Be many reasons, kidney function needs checking, salt intake should be limited, venous status needs addressing and cardiac functions. See a doctor to review your medical status
Is it possible to rule out DVT in calf with venous doppler when technician only checked upper leg thigh area?
No: It can't rule out calf vein DVTSee 2 more doctor answers
Toes and feet get red and warm to touch. Redness goes away when elevated. Had venous Doppler and cbc, came back normal. I'm 18 any ideas?
Toes feet red hot: 21 M Toes and feet get red and warm to touch. Redness goes away when elevated. Had venous Doppler and cbc, came back normal. I'm 18 any ideas? ANS: When do they get red? Always? Livido reticulais? Allergy to stuff in shoes or tennies? Google this and look at images. Then discuss with your Dr.
A patient of 65 years has bilateral pedal edema. Everythng is being evaluated. Thyroid n kidney tests n doppler is normal. Tell me further wht to do?
Many possibilities: Some of the most common causes for pedal edema include: excess salt intake, varicose veins, prolonged sitting, certain medications (calcium channel blockers, pioglitazone, steroids). You did not mention if a heart evaluation has been done, as heart failure is also a common cause. Avoiding salt is very important to help decrease pedal edema.See 2 more doctor answers
What causes lower calves to swell. Had venous doppler test. Showed little reflux In one. Started when had Cdiff with abnormal ekg. Stress test okay.
Fluid in the legs: If someone has had a recent illness, swelling in the legs can be a byproduct of that-esp. If it was severe. If you had C. diff, then you probably were quite ill. I suspect your albumin must be low (a protein in the blood and correlate of good health). Leg swelling in your case is probably from tissue fluid (lymph) that's sitting there in that 3rd space. As your health recovers, it should go away.
Mum, 64, has vascular ulcer for 5 yrs on left inner ankle. Venous doppler says incompetent perforations above ulcer. Adviced injection. Will it work?
Treatment: Of the incompetent perforator veins will help.See 5 more doctor answers
Left pelvic pain, bilateral ovarian cyst R 2.8 L 2.4, Lcyst septated (CUL-DE-SAC normal. No fluid or mass)Normal Doppler and spectral limits. Meaning?
Small septated cyst: Cysts that small are frequently part of normal ovulation. A cyst is simply a fluid filled sac on the ovary. A septated cyst means that there is a tissue wall dividing the cyst into at least two parts. A small septated cyst can still be normal but sometimes the ultrasound is repeated to make sure that it goes away as most do. The other things mentioned are normal. Best Wishes!
Having episodes at night where feet get red like sunburn and are hot to touch. Had CBC and venous Doppler. Panic attack/stress, or erythromelalgia?
Erythromelalgia fits: Fits with a diagnosis of erythrmelalgia. See a rheumatologist
Recent history of multiple bilateral pe's, . Now large lump in armpit w/swollen l arm neg doppler on mass. L chest veins visible? What do I do?
Go to ER: Please go to hospital to be evaluated. I am still worried about blood clot.
Red soles of feet and toes. Get very red when taking shower. Not circulation had CBC and sonogram/venous doppler all normal. I'm 18. any of ideas?
Red feet toes: 21 F: Red soles of feet and toes. Get very red when taking shower. Not circulation had CBC and sonogram/venous doppler all normal. I'm 18. any of ideas? ANS: May be allergic to chemicals in your shoes-espeically if tennis shoes. Send pictures. See http://www. Dermnetnz. Org/topics/shoe-contact-dermatitis/ Discuss with your team.