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Complications Of Transient Synovitis
The synovial membrane is the lining of a joint and synovitis is inflammation of that lining. It can cause joint pain, swelling, and stiffness. When inflamed, the lining will create excessive joint fluid, causing swelling and increased joint pressure. The lining can also become thickened and cause apparent joint enlargement. Commonly associated with ...Read more
Must be ruled out: Vascular conditions must be ruled out as part of the injury evaluation and treatment. Vascular conditions after an injury are not uncommon; they often are missed because they're not suspected and don't have symptoms right away. A missed vascular condition after injury can be devastating. If you are injured, ask your doctor to evaluate you for a possible vascular condition. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Most heal completely: Most injuries to the lungs heal with very little after effect. In a few cases where there has been blood in the chest cavity ( hemothorax), scarring can occur that limits lung function. This causes shortness of breath and fatigue with exertion that did not previously cause problems. If this is the case, see a chest surgeon for evaluation. ...Read more
Stroke: Cerebrovascular disease is a broad term, encompassing strokes because of blockage of major blood vessels of the brain, bleeding into the brain, and tiny strokes. Major strokes cause severe disability, and the complications of paralysis, swallowing problems, cognitive problems and blindness can lead to many lethal complications. ...Read more
Pain and rehab: The loss of any body part to trauma is difficult. The immediate complications are usually due to wound healing issues and loss of function. During early healing, there are the issues of pain management and the possibility of wound infection. Once those have been taken care of, it is a matter of getting appropriate therapy to rehabilitate and return to normal function as quickly as possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Chance of fully recover after 1 episode of acute pancreatitis with unknown reason. And chance of recurrent?
Yes: There is a great chance to recover, specially if precipitating factors are transient. (like viral) other factors for attack should be evaluated by the gastroenterologist. ...Read more
Can thickening of the MCL or scar tissue cause instability of the knee to include buckling, stiffness, locking, and catching?
Pain, numbness: Facet joint injections are often done in the lumbar & cervical spine, often under fluoroscopy (live x-ray), bathing this joint with an anesthetic (lidocaine, etc.) and steroid/cortisone. Common side effects include pain (during and for the first 48 hours), numbness (often temporary) and bleeding (usually minimal). Rare & serious side effects include infection, nerve injury and spinal fluid leak. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Why numbness of the feet could result as one of the chronic complications of uncontrolled hyperglycemia?
Recovering viral myocarditis -smaller areas of hypokinesia each time on mri-carry what risks?
Are the risks mainly associated with acute myocarditis?
Acute vs long term: A myocarditis is an inflammation of the heart muscle, often triggered by a virus, but not always. In an early myocarditis the muscle could fail with a fatal result.If you are recovering this puts you into the better outcome category.The heart muscle can heal up to a certain level and meds can help it along.Your level of function can be very good or less so.Only time will tell. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What level of pain associated with severe hip osteoarthritis rel to severe avascular necrosis resulting in progressive bilateral hip deformities.
Talk to a dr: Hi, Thank you for your question. I would love to discuss this in more detail with you. Please contact me if you would like to tackle your problems one on one. Either way hope you feel better. Dr. M ...Read more
Does excision of ilioinguinal nerve during hernia repair surgery cause any complication afterwards, like atrophy of testis or some other complications?
Many: Syphilis can eventually result in an inflamatory immune process in the brain some 10-20 years after primary infection. Occuring in about 15% of untreated cases, it can lead to coordination difficulties, paralysis, numbness, blindness and dementia. The damage may be serious enough to cause death.Various folks have suggested hitler showed signs of the problem in his final days as well as some gangsters. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Sirs represents an inflammatory response that has 'gone out of control, ' and is defined usually by vital signs abnorms and abn's in the blood count. Can occur with autoimmune problems, pancreatitis, burns, other physiological insults. If an infection is detected (with cultures, or clinically), then we refer to it as sepsis. Docs will sometimes use terms loosely, leading to some confusion. ...Read more
Few if repaired well: Depending on the repair used to treat a traumatic femoral artery injury, long term issues are related to the repair itself and its "patency, " or how long it'll stay open before closing off. Any repair to the blood vessels is subject to scar tissue formation or accumulation of plaque that will cause narrowing. Regular follow up with a vascular surgeon is essential to prevent complete blockages. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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