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How is blue rubber bleb nevus syndrome treated?

How is blue rubber bleb nevus syndrome treated?

BRBNS : The skin lesions can be removed surgically if they become symptomatic. A gastroenterologist can offer treatment for the vascular lesions sometimes found in the intestines. ...Read more

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What are complications of blue rubber bleb nevus?

What are complications of blue rubber bleb nevus?

Bleeding: Blue rubber bleb nevus syndrome (brbns) is a congenital condition of vein malformations throughout the body, particularly the skin, soft tissues and gastrointestinal tract. These patients will frequently experience bleeding from the gastrointestinal tract. ...Read more

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What is blue rubber bleb nevus syndrome?

BRBNS : This condition is a rare, sometimes inherited condition consisting of vascular (blood vessel) abnormalities of the skin and intestines. ...Read more

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Could i get contacts if I have nystagmus and have a filtering bleb?

Could i get contacts if I have nystagmus and have a filtering bleb?

Ask your Eye MD: Although people with nystagmus often see better with contacts than glasses, wearing contacts does increase the risk of inflammation that can ruin your glaucoma surgery. This complex issue should be discussed with your ophthalmologist. ...Read more

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Should i still be short of breath 6 days after lung collapse and removal of bleb surgery? Total lung inflate was on 5th day.

Should i still be short of breath 6 days after lung collapse and removal of bleb surgery? Total lung inflate was on 5th day.

Follow up with MD: While it is possible that the shortness of breath is due to pain from the surgery, it is also possible that this represents re-collapse of the lung from an air leak, or fluid that has accumulated in the chest after surgery. In either case, you should contact your surgeon's office to be seen and to get another chest xr to look at the lung. ...Read more

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What does a 7 mm right apical bleb. A 3mm subpleural right apical nodule and minimal pleural based nodularity at the left lung apex ?

What does a 7 mm right apical bleb. A 3mm subpleural right apical nodule and minimal pleural based nodularity at the left lung apex ?

Too small yet: A blel is a bubble, atype of emphysema. Could be from an infection, inhalational injury (fumes, odors or smoking) or genetic.Nodules are too small to categorized but should be follow ...Read more

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Small raised bleb hard palate 6 months white pimple colour sore when rub over it not grown numerous upper broken teeth 28 years old smoker.?

Small raised bleb hard palate 6 months white pimple colour sore when rub over it not grown numerous upper broken teeth 28 years old smoker.?

Abscessed tooth: The most likely cause is an abscessed tooth, since you remarked that you have multiple broken teeth, it is probable that the infection in the bone has found a small exit through the gum tissue, which is called a sinus tract. It is probably not too painful as the drainage from the infection is leaking out into your mouth, through the "bleb". You should see a dentist for an exam soon. ...Read more

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About 7 months ago i had a collapsed left lung with chest tube and surgery. Burst bleb. every time i cough or sneeze i feel pain in left lung. why?

About 7 months ago i had a collapsed left lung with chest tube and surgery. Burst bleb. every time i cough or sneeze i feel pain in left lung. why?

Adhesions: Scar tissue. The lung gets stuck against the rib cage and the ribs are not fully healed yet, either. You need a good session with the DR who treated your pneumothorax. Coughing much? Coughing blood? Short of breath? Rapid heart? etc. ...Read more

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