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Dr. Asaf Presente answered:

Myocardial infarction treatment?

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Anyone who has had a heart attack/MI should be under the care of a physician who can evaluate their risks, cardiac status and prescribe the appropriate treatments.
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Dr. Gutti J. Rao answered:

What is the treatment for splenic infarction?

Symptomatic

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treat the symptoms like pain etc. But if the infarction is extensive , probably splenectomy.
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What is the treatment for placenta infarction?

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Placental infarcts, if they occur in an ongoing pregnancy, would lead me to have concern for the well being of the fetus. So addressing the underlying disease that caused the infarcts is important. In addition testing of the fetus for its well being should occur. I might also treat the mom so that the fetus received the best placental function possible, examples: rest, hydration & possibly oxygen.
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Why use alteplase drug in treatment. Of myocardial infarction?

To stop it!

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It treated soon enough, a clot-based coronary artery obstruction can be dissolve with this medication before signifcant to the heart muscle can occur.
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Any new latest findings in treatment for st elevation myocardial infarction?

STEMI

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Most recent thing I've seen is a report that stem cell treatment didn't improve ventricular function. This is still very preliminary however.
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What is omental infarction? What is the management or treatment protocol for OI?

Rare but occurs

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Omental infraction ( cutting off blood supply ) is rare, mistaken for appendicitis, If small area is involved will recover with non operative management , larger area will need surgical excision of necrotic tissue for early recovery.
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Dr. Bennett Werner answered:

Can you tell me about reaction in delays in seeking myocardial infarction treatment?

Delay=bad

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The longer the delay, the higher the incidence of death. Hence the expression, "time is myocardium".
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Could you tell me what are different kinds of surgical treatment for myocardial infarction?

Several

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Depending on exact findings Some coronary dilation stents are suitable. Many with coronary artery bypass grafts Some with resection of dead area- aneurysm or valve repair if leaking caused by damage.
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Dr. Andrew L. Doe answered:

friend has had cerebellar infarction, MRi is: pundate hyperintense area in bilateral inf. cereblr region, hypointense on T1, hyperintense on T2, retriction on Div I S/O aorta enfarct. best treatment?

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Cerebellum
This means the tissue has recently died in small areas (punctate) of the cerebellum. It is hard to tell (without examining, watching the changes, and knowing the history) to predict the outcome.
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Would an infection of Mastoid/ Temperol Bone-Posterior show on a CT scan of the head? Is it possible to mistake it for an old infarction?

Mastoiditis

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Yes, CT head would show an infection of the mastoid and temporal bone. It is not possible to mistake this for an old infarction of the brain . The two are completely different on imaging.
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