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In Neuroradiology,: caput medusae is a brain MRI finding that is essentially diagnostic of a developmental venous anomaly(DVA). The MRI appearance of the abnormal veins draining into a single vein is reminiscent of the snakes extending out of the gorgon Medusa's head in Greek Mythology. ...Read more
Molding: is a simple shifting of the infant skull plates, while a caput develops from the accumulation of blood between the periosteum and the skin of the scalp. Both are common and not harmful, usually. ...Read more
Natural event: While squeezing into a shape that would fit your birth canal, some fluid and blood was trapped by the tourniquet effect of the canal. The caput is common, and will generally disappear after the tourniquet is gone (birth) although it can take a few days. ...Read more
Would a good neurological dr , take a look at my notes & tests?Neroapathy going on like nerves going caput & neck spine grinding going on with facial
A Comprehensive Exam: From a neurologist :starts with a detailed history, which may include previous doctors notes if they cannot be relayed in a conversation with you. This is followed by a focused physical and neurological exam and ordering tests relevant to the problem checking that those were not done before.) keep in mind that sometimes the details you think are important are not necessary for diagnosis... ...Read more
I had mild trauma on my caput epididymis and scan shows my mediastinum was ruptured. Will the mediastinum have broken gaps exposed?
Trauma: You may see your doctor for evaluation ...Read more
While palpating, I pressed my caput epididymis very hard. Will some cell in rete testis burst or intracellular fluid flow out of broken cell membrane?
Doubt damage: It seems unlikely that pressing or pinching the epididymis would do more than cause bruising and irritation. If there is swelling/pain, wearing tight jockey shorts and sitting in a warm bathtub (not necessarily at the same time...) would be good first aid. If problems continue, consult your doctor or an urgent care. ...Read more
Hard to say?: Without a picture or an exam, i don't believe anyone can tell you. Repharase your quesition and give more information. Age would ben nice to know. Any trauma. Since birth? Do your relatives look the same? Interesting question but just can't answer based on your limited question. Sorry! that is my flat-out answer! ...Read more
Tell us about it.: We would need to more information about your headache to help you determine a cause and treatment. Migraine? Sinus? Tension? Cluster? There are several types of headache, and they have different treatments and garner different levels of concern. How about a consult with one of us? We'd be happy to try to help. ...Read more
Protective secretion: Skin may become oily for a number of reasons. It has many small glands used to provide a thin covering of oil-like secretions often accumulated from proteins in the skin. This protects the skin from dehydration, bacteria and other elements. Depending on diet, health and genetics your skin may release more or less oil than the next person. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer