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Can you get rid of capillary hemangioma?

Can you get rid of capillary hemangioma?

Yes: Depending on location different treatments are available. Laser treatments are often effective. If that doesn't work sometimes surgical excision is appropriate. ...Read more

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Dr. Gregory Levitin
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Capillary Hemangioma (Definition)

A capillary hemangioma is a vascular anomaly. It is the most common type of hemangioma & has the appearance of a red, lumpy ...Read more


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How fast can I expect blood to be re-absorbed after an internal eye hemorrhage?

How fast can I expect blood to be re-absorbed after an internal eye hemorrhage?

Days to months: If it's a vitreous hemorrhage, it can take a long time to reabsorb depending on the amount. Sometimes if non-clearing and visually significant, the blood is removed through vitrectomy surgery. ...Read more

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How can you get a hematoma, edema, or aneurysm?

How can you get a hematoma, edema, or aneurysm?

Generally unrelated: Very broad question. Edema = swelling, hematoma is collection of blood in the soft tissue, usually due to trauma or procedure. Will usually resolve on its own. An aneurysm is a weak spot on the artery which results most often in enlargement. The primary risk is rupture if gets too large. ...Read more

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How quickly can an aneurysm grow?

How quickly can an aneurysm grow?

Varies: Ascending usually less than 1 cm per year but sudden expansion is a true danger. Descending similar. Abdominal perhaps a bit slower, but any pain, leakage, rapid change is a bad sign. ...Read more

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Can you tell me if it's dangerous to take a blood sample from the superficial leg veins?

Can you tell me if it's dangerous to take a blood sample from the superficial leg veins?

Should be safe.: Blood drawing is usually done from hand and arm veins because it is technically easier and more accessible. There are occasions when blood is drawn from both superficial or deep leg veins but these carry a higher risk of potential complications especially phlebitis (superficial or deep). As a precaution, blood is only drawn from the leg veins if no hand veins are available. ...Read more

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Can you bruise a vein?

Can you bruise a vein?

Yes: Most bruises are due to leakage from damaged veins when they are struck or crushed. A blow sufficient to damage a vein is likely to cause leakage which would be interpreted as a bruise. ...Read more

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Can you bruise your liver?

Can you bruise your liver?

Yes : When your liver moves up against the rib cage when your body stops (quickly like in a car accident). Blunt force applied directly to the right upper quadrant can push the ribs down against the liver. ...Read more

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How serious is a subdural hematoma? Can I return to tennis if falling then caused it?

How serious is a subdural hematoma? Can I return to tennis if falling then caused it?

It's possible.: Assuming the subdural blood clot has been removed or has resorbed, you may be able to return to play. Your surgeon will take into consideration what risks you have for getting another one such as the use of blood thinners or a balance disorder. ...Read more

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Can you rupture your juglar vein? Or can it only be damaged by a cut

Can you rupture your juglar vein? Or can it only be damaged by a cut

Jugular vein: Jugular vein should not rupture spontaneously but certainly in medicine never say never. Generally rupture will occur from trauma ...Read more

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Can untreated subdural hematoma cause brain damage? If so would it be immediate or months or years?

Can untreated subdural hematoma cause brain damage? If so would it be immediate or months or years?

Subdural hematoma: It is size dependent if untreated. I suspect your doctor felt small. Damage caused by pressure on brain..Symptoms usually within 48 hrs altho case from chicago childrens caused symptoms over a week later. Symptoms can be as as mild as headace altho rare or difiiculty using opposite side of body or signs of increased brain pressure such as lethargy and vomiting. ...Read more

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What can cause someone to bruise easily?

What can cause someone to bruise easily?

Unsure: Do you have any type of bleeding disorder or do you take medications that affect platelets or clotting? ...Read more

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How can I most quickly bring an inflamed pimple down?

How can I most quickly bring an inflamed pimple down?

Pimple: Repeated warm compresses (warm water towel) and topical retinol or Retin-A cream (retinoid) will help reduce pimples. A dermatologist may also inject a corticosteroid into a larger, inflamed, pimple or cyst to rapidly reduce the lesion. ...Read more

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How much blood can safely be drawn from an infant?

How much blood can safely be drawn from an infant?

Not exactly sure: Not sure why exactly you are asking this question, but routine blood testing and blood draws that a doctor may order will not deplete the newborn to any point of harm. ...Read more

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What can trigger cavernous hemangiomas?

What can trigger cavernous hemangiomas?

Trauma growth: By far most liver hemangioms do not cause any issues at all some are large and like any big complex of blood vessels a traumatic injury like car accident boxing or even skate board fall can break it open or rupture.... Also very rarely they will continue to grow and eventually rupture....These growing hemangiomas become cavernous and may require surgery to prevent unwanted rupture. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how could the lymph vessels respond after they become infected?

Can you tell me how could the lymph vessels respond after they become infected?

It depends: It depends on the type of infection. Sometimes the lymphatic system heals well and sometimes the vessels will 'clog' and stop draining properly. The lymphatic system deals with many infections during your lifetime - some minor and sometimes major. It has the amazing ability to handle most infections very well. But if it 'clogs' swelling occurs that can be permanent. ...Read more

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Can you actually bruise your tongue?

Can you actually bruise your tongue?

Tongue bruise: I know personally that you can badly lacerate your tongue from biting. The tongue is mostly muscle and usually repairs itself when cut. I did check with an ENT doc and he told me that in rare cases patients who cut their tongue may develop some scarring. ...Read more

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Dr. James Sidman
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Hemangioma (Definition)

A birthmark often appearing as a rubbery, bright red nodule ...Read more