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Causes Of Scar Tissue On Cervix
The body is composed of tissue that are classically described as beiing derived from three basic embyonic layers known as the endoderm, mesoderm and ectoderm that then differentiate into the structures that compose the body such as skin, soft tissues, bone, muscle, organs, etc. Stem cells are not differentiated and have the potential to ...Read more
Many causes...: Infections, cancers, trauma, autoimmune diseases such as lichen sclerosis, gonadal/sex hormone disorders etc...I would say that infections lead the pack here--vaginitis/vaginosis, candidiasis, and std are most common. If you are experiencing symptoms, consult doc for an evaluation. Good luck. ...Read more
Yes but,: Will likely just leave more scar tissue as the minor salivary glands tend fibrose after trauma (surgery). ...Read more
At risk of bowel obstruction due to scar tissue. How can I dissolve the scar tissue without surgery?
What type of tissue is the stroma in your iris? A connective tissue , nervous tissue, or epithelial tissue?
Iris: Stroma is made up of fibers & cells. ...Read more
Attempts to Repair: Scar tissue results from your body's natural attempts to repair damage from injuries. Immobility may increase this, and physical therapy may be needed to counteract it. Your info indicates you've had some surgical procedures already, so your surgeon would be the best person to ask about your case. ...Read more
Scar is normal: Healing with scar tissue is part of the normal healing process. At times a scar can become wide - a hypertrophic scar or the scar can keep on growing as in a keloid. Hypertrophic or keloid scars may need some treatment such as surgical scar revision or cortisone injections. See you doctor if you think you are having excess scarring. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can a previous surgery of inguinal hernia lead to fibrous tissue on the left side of the penis and its curvature ?
Here are some ...: Inguinal hernia repair has nothing to do with later developing penile curvature at erection, which was dubbed as Peyronie's disease, I guessed, in memory of the original describer. Although most of cases have been thought as idiopathic, at times, a history of penile injury from "rough, violent" sex could be tracked. More? Seek pro-evaluation and counseling timely. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unclear: I'm not sure what your question is. Scar tissue is a an area of fibrous tissue where there has been an injury. It has the same building blocks as normal tissue but they are arranged in such a way that they are usually stiffer. There can be increased blood flow in the area with redness or an increase in pigment. ...Read more
Can a light message for the tight thin tissue around opening of the vagina cause relief from that pain during sex.The tissue on the left is tight&thin?
Hymen: Stretching of an intact or tight hymen can cause a burning sensation and pain with intercourse or with any stretching. As a woman is more sexually active the stretching occurs with time. You can stretch your own hymen with massage with your fingers or toys. I suggest you stretch enough to fit two fingers in the vagina comfortably, then you will be fine. DrG ...Read more
Scar tissue full circle of scabs was formed on the tip of the foreskin covering the head, the skin is fully retractable, happening for past 3 years.
See urologist...: From what i can sense on what you described, your condition probably poses no serious healthy concern as long as not hurting, not swelling and thickening, and no expanding. For the time being, avoid any further local physical and chemical stimulation if any. Of course, go to see urologist for further attention. Besides, healthy lifestyle with no overindulgence and obsession will help... Best. ...Read more
Presacral ultrasound shows "thickening/edema of subcutaneous fatty tissue". PAINFUL and hard lump under the skin and can be felt. Surgical removal?
U/S is non specific: You need diagnosis. More history. The U/S adds a little but not enough. MRI would also add info, but again may not be enough. MRI would be most sensitive in seeing borders and might give useful info for a surgeon, for ex. vascularity. Only surgeons can decide on incisional bx. vs. excision. Hacking around is cheapest, but for me (a radiologist) MRI is good to avoid surprises and safe to do. ...Read more
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