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Causes Of Diaphragmatic Excursion
Multiple medical: issues. Metabolic dysfunction, thyroid, cardiac, pulmonary, etc. You must obtain a comprehensive physical exam, blood testing and chest xray- please make the earliest possible appointment. ...Read more
I'm going to an excursion in France this Sunday,I read article that there is 75% chance for ebola to spread by the end of october there.ShouldIGOor no?
Ebola Virus: In an article published on 6 OCT 2014, “75% chance Ebola will reach France by end October, 50% for UK – scientists”- a prediction was made that based on airline traffic & infection pattern that there was potential for Ebola to spread to France because Liberia, Guinea & Sierra Leone are all French speaking countries. It was noted that “Air traffic is the driver”. ** However** it should be noted > ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why do get a rash and skin turns red with the slightest excursion. I have sarcoidosis could it be related to that?
Would cardiac pain that happens at rest always occur with any excursion or can it just happen and rest and be fine with excursion?
Not necessarily : The type of pain that happens at rest and gets better with exertion is different than pain that is worse with exertion. A detailed history and physical, regardless your age, can help determine what- if any- additional tests need to be done to figure out what is causing this pain. Remember also, chest pain is not always from a disease of the heart and can have many non-cardiac causes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
TAPSE: This is an attempt to measure right ventricular function. Unfortunately we don't have great success with this or other measures as independent useful indicators of RV function. They can be useful in certain clinical situations as part of an overall assessment trying to quantitate RV function. ...Read more
Had an echo for palpitations and murmur that was normal with an av excursion of 2.8cm & ef of 70%. What else can I do to address these symptoms?
Get the right test: Generally speaking, getting an echo for palpitations is kind of useless over-testing which does not address the symptom. Palpitations suggest a rhythm problem and the rhythm should try and be captured during the symptom, either with a 24 hour holter monitor or a 30-day event monitor depending upon the frequency and duration of the symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is mild lateral excursion to the patella with focal subchrondral bone marrow along the median ridge inferior patella? overlying chondromalacia
Weak VMO-LrgQ angle: The VMO ->the medial part of quadriceps muscle, when relatively stronger, it can help your patella (knee cap) track in the middle of its groove. As you grow, hips get wider and that increases the Q angle (look it up). Strengthen your VMO with Quad Sets. Put a Coffee can under your knee straighten- hold. Toes in X20, toes strait X10, Toes out X10. VMO works w/ toes in. incr. to 100/50/50. Ice. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: You state in your profile that your shortness of breath with exertion is progressive. You definitely need to see your doctor about this as soon as possible. ...Read more
Mctd- tachycardia upon excursion and flushing. My doc is putting me on calcium channel blockers til I see the rhuem. I need a second opinion.
Impossible to know: Without access to the EKG there is no way to provide an answer. ...Read more
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