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Can Your Spleen Grow Back
No: When a complete tonsillectomy is performed, the gland does not grow back. Some techniques are partial tonsillectomies, leaving remnant glandular elements in the tonsillar fossae or inferior poles. These elements can become enalrged with chronic inflammation, but this is not true regrowth. ...Read more
Can you get herpe on your lymph node in the throat and your brain if your stomuch pushes gas up to your head. And can this cause depression?
???: For a specialist to answer your question , it has to be a little more clear, can you rephrase it? ...Read more
No: Fibroids can grow into the uterine cavity (intraluminal), under the inner lining of the uterine cavity (submucosal), in the wall of the uterus (intramural), under the outer lining of the uterus (subserosal) or pedunculated. The subserosal and pedunculated varieties are the ones that stick out. They can grow back towards your spine or front towards your belly. ...Read more
Usually not: Enlarged spleens peek out from below the rib arch on the left, but won't protrude upward. Even if the abdomen is sunken in and fully relaxed, most people have enough fat and/or ab muscle to prevent it from being visible even when it is easily felt. A very large spleen (gaucher's, schistosomiasis, malaria) might be seen as an asymmetry in the upper left quadrant. ...Read more
Can benign hepatic liver lesions spread to other body areas? Waiting to see if they grow in few months with mri. Can i get these out will come back?
No: By definition benign hepatic or liver lesions don't spread or else they are not benign but malignant. Rarely "benign" that is non-cancer, non-malignant liver lesions grow big enough to rupture or cause symptoms requiring surgery, but most are incidental findings during imaging study such as us, ct scan or MRI & are of no consequence other than usually followed over time to confirm not growing. ...Read more
Unlikely to happen: Some kids continue to grow taller into their late teens or rarely early twenties but only when their bone maturity lags behind their age. If the growth centers of the long bones have fused, you cannot grow taller. A single x-ray of the wrist ; hand can yield a bone maturity. When you have reached bony maturity, you are done. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can you give me advice* how can body hair grow back normal, without irritation and look and be normal again?
Healthy growth: For healthy hair growth: Get adequate sleep,avoid excess sugar & fat in diet, v carbonated beverages, eat enough protein, exercise regularly. Biotin helps (but don't over do it). Insure you have adequate Iron (think kale & other dark green leafies), Omega 3 fatty acids (think walnuts) and vitamin E (fruits & vegetables). ...Read more
Infection: The lymph nodes drain inflammatory fluids away from sites of infection. If swollen node is shrinking it is doing its job, if it continually swells and shrinks, you likely have a persistent infection, an example would be a dental abscess that drains and gets worse with time, but can reduce temporarily with a route for drainage through tooth or gums. See an md or dentist and good luck. ...Read more
Often yes: But takes time- year.Get a more detailed answer ›
NO: Unless you become pregnant.Get a more detailed answer ›
It is not likely..: Fatty liver by itself typically does not cause pain. Acute hepatitis--either from infection/alcohol/or drugs can cause pain, but you will have other symptoms as well. From knowing a bit of your history (you have lost 52lbs in 6 months and liver is only "borderline fatty"), i sincerely doubt the liver is the cause of your pain. Please consult doc for eval what else is causing your pain. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Maybe gallstones?: Stones in the gallbladder (gb) can project pain to the back --they migrate into the neck of the gb (& block exit of bile) or into the common bile duct. Symptomless gallstones may be diagnosed by chance by imaging or during investigation for some other condition. Only 10% become symptomatic within 5 years of detection.Ultrasound, CT scan, MRCP find stones & CCK-HIDA scan can suggest dysfunction. ...Read more
Consider putting : this question in context? Was there loss of body hair in any specific body locations? If yes, what are the locations? Did you do some form of procedure that led to the hair loss or too shorter hair? If yes, what? If no, did you have other symptoms at the time of hair loss? There isn't enough information to be able to provide you with the guidance you seek. ...Read more
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