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Deep Bone Thrombosis
Pain and swelling: I assume you mean dvt. The most common symptom of DVT is pain and the most common physical finding is swelling. However, not everyone has these. If you have unexplained swelling with or without calf or thigh pain then a venous ultrasound would be indicated to look for a dvt. Sometimes even a ct scan or mrv is necessary. The bottom line is, if DVT is considered, then proper testing is required. ...Read more
Bone is a living growing tissue made mostly of collagen (protein that provides soft framework) & the mineral calcium phosphate that adds strength & hardens the framework. Two types of bone are found in the body; cortical (dense compact outer layer) & trabecular (makes up inner layer, ...Read more
I suffered a Brain Venous Thrombosis almost 8 years ago. Which caused me to suffer repeated Tia's. The thrombosis was the result of a Serious infection in the Mastoid Bone. I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia 2 and half years ago. Could this be linked to my
Comments: Glad you emerged from a severe brain problem relatively unscathed. There is NO direct or indirect relationship between cerebrovascular problem and fibromyalgia, but make sure that the latter diagnosis is well documented and correct, as I have seen numerous erroneous labels in this category. ...Read more
Can diffuse haemangioma in skull bone cause Subdural Hematoma or cavenous sinus thrombosis so worried?
I need bisophanates but am so frightened of the side effects of osteonecrosis of the jaw, thrombosis, stroke, bone cancer etc etc how common are these?
Not so common: And much less common than the dread complications of osteoporosis. I'm not impressed with what i've read about the stroke or cancer risk; good oral hygiene and early recognition should help with the uncommon jaw osteonecrosis. Would like to hear from others about what they've decided. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Highly variable: Deep knee bruises (contusions) have a highly variable recovery timeframe. Not all bruises about the knee are the same. Important variables inlcude: actual location of bruise; level of impacting force applied to cause bruise; whether or not overlying articular cartilage is involved. Best diagnosed and followed by routine mri. Seek evaluation and treatment from your orthopaedic surgeon for your knee. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Gradually return...: You may work your way back as your swelling/ pain decreases, you regain full motion, & strength. Also, expect that returning to certain activities may be more difficult than others. Part of this will be based on whether you have injured your dominant/non-dominant wrist & your position. If you have persistent symptoms, consider additional imaging, such as an mri, to r/o soft tissue injury. ...Read more
I am having intense pain in my upper right arm - it feels like deep bone pain coming consistantly every 10-15 seconds. It's so intense i just vomited?
I have fibro, raynauds, sjögren's. Why do I feel what feels like deep bone pain . Stinging sharp and dull severe pain ?
Nerve pain, likely: Sounds like "nerve" pain, not bone pain. 1. Nerve roots' blood supply may become compromised in immune disease that involves blood vessels; or: 2. "small fiber" nerve disease (rsd/crps); or: 3. Compromised blood supply (ischemia) due to the small arteries spasm; or: 4. Blood clots (autoimmune disease is often thrombogenic); do coagulation study. ...Read more
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