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Can you tell me about this pill, it is round and white with 10 on one side and scored on the back. No other markings. Pl?
Suggest: That you bring it in to your pharmacist for help with identification. ...Read more
Anything: Without markings, the pill could be anything and may be dangerous. Do not take the pill! ...Read more
Yes, most are safe: Most children's watch dials now use phosphorescent paint, commonly called "glow-in-the-dark" paint, which emits visible light for a time after light exposure. It is used as an alternative to radio luminescent paint, which does emit small amounts of radiation. ...Read more
Got bit by small spider. It bit my back a month ago and there is no red markings but it hurts in that area. What should I do?
Exam advisable: If you cannot see or feel the painful area, I advise you to have a physician examine the area if it's bothering you significantly. There could be a small hematoma (blood clot) under the skin left over from the bite. However there could be an irritated nerve also as an aftermath of the bite. Neither of these conditions would be considered serious, however. ...Read more
Thickening: Of the lung interstitial tissues that is long-standing. There are enough potential causes to fill a textbook. Talk to your doctor about what it means for you. ...Read more
Prominence Of Bilateral Perihilar Bronchovascular Markings is noted... please say what does this mean in common wods?
X-RAY FINDINGS: The hilum is an area of the lung where the breathing tubes, blood vessels, & many lymph nodes all come together. Findings could represent acute infection like pneumonia, inflammation, malignancy, chronic conditions, or nothing at all. I would certainly follow up promptly with the person who ordered the x-ray for an explanation of possibilities in the context of your current medical history. ...Read more
What does increased bilateral perihilar and paracardiac bronchovascular markings and right apears to be more affected mean?
How does one know if there is any risks around an odd shape purple color marking on my skin is? It was not overly obvious at first- then went more purple - now seems to have faded a bit to a brown color?
Biopsy: Let a dermatologist have a look at it and if necessary biopsy it ...Read more
Candy or foods: Usually the orange color is from candy or foods. Some antibiotics can cause an orange tongue. If it does not clear up, in a few days then you should see a doctor or oral surgeon. ...Read more
Microdermabrasion: Microderm by nature only gets into the epidermis of the skin (and usually only a few microns deep). The primary effect is to give the skin a more healthy glow by deeply exfoliating the surface. Certain procedures combine microderm with facial treatments such as skin lighteners, antioxidants, acne therapy, hydration, etc. Over time these treatments may help to reduce skin markings. Hope this helps! ...Read more
It feels like there is a hole in one of my teeth, there is a brown marking on the surface. What is it?
The bronco vascular markings apeear prominent with right hilar prominence what does it means is it curable? I m feeling pain in my chest.
X-ray: You give a description of nonspecific findings on a chest X-ray. Your concerns are best discussed with your Doctor who has more information about you. ...Read more
My friend has these brownish, freckle looking markings around his ankles and is starting to get another similar markings in the back if his leg? It never goes away. What could thus be
This may: Be vascular. Capillaries will leak blood and stain the skin. I suggest you see your pcp. ...Read more
Lung markings: Hi HajjM, that is a very general term used to describe what is going on within the tissue of lung when seen on a chest xray. In the lung you have airbags (alveoli) and tissue (interstitium). The tissue has blood vessels, lymph vessels, and many cells that make up the framework of the lung. When seen on xray, it could mean several things. Talk with your doctor about the findings. Hope that helps. ...Read more
On a CT usually: This refers to a finding seen on x-rays, more specifically ct scans of the chest. It can be seen on plain chest x-rays, but is less reliable. It refers to a more prominent appearance of the normally very slight, nearly invisible linear markings near the periphery of your lungs. It can be caused by many things. "fibrosis" or scarring is the most concerning, but by no means the only cause. ...Read more
Sometimes: Calcifications are readily seen on chest radiograph particularly if several millimeters in diameter. Major bronchi can be seen. Smaller bronchi become evident when walls thicken secondary to coughing, viral infection, or smoking. Vascular markngs are normally seen because veins and arteries contain blood. Vascular markings can increase in infection, heart failure, and with congenital heart disease ...Read more
Coarse markings: Is simply a technical radiologic term. It needs to be corelated with your clinical symptoms. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Look for allergy: If you have done everything to stay clean, washing regularly, changing underpants daily, reducing sweating as much as possible, this could be some type of allergic response to the fabric or detergent you use. Experiment by changing to cotton underpants and a non-allergenic detergent ...Read more
Increased perihilar markings bilaterally r/t CHF... does this indicate pneumonia? What else could it indicate?
CHF -: CHF stands for congestive heart failure, which indicates there is insufficient forward flow of blood throughout the circulatory system. On xray, fluid accumulation around the blood vessels show up from the pressure buildup. This is not an infection, unlike pneumonia. The concern for you is to identify why someone of your age would have CHF in the first place. See your doc asap to address this. ...Read more
My x ray report shows prominent hila and broncho vascular marking. I have dry cough from last 3 week. Age 31 non smoker. Coughing more in AC.?
X-ray quality issue: Prominent hila and bronchovascular markings are often a sign of pulmonary edema, but this would be rare in an otherwise healthy young male. A low quality x-ray acquired front to back (AP) not back to front (PA) can artifactually accentuate some of the mediastinal finding. Further exam with your PCP will likely include pulmonary function tests (PFTs) and to check for signs of asthma. ...Read more
Basically, I really want to lose my virginity but under my penis is a brown line marking the ureathra is this normal. I don’t want to scare my gf.
What you described is normal.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
I have black speckled-like markings (not raised off skin and do not itch or hurt) that just recently appeared on the inside of my labia. What is this?
- Talk to a doctor online
- Oblong no marking
- Cardiomegaly with prominent vascular markings
- Mild prominence of bronchovascular markings
- Lung markings coarse
- Dark purple capsule no markings
- Coarsening of lung markings
- Treatment for bronchovascular markings in chest
- Crowding of bronchovascular markings
- Purple marking between eyebrows