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Hepatobiliary study: Patient injected intravenously with isotope tagged to chemical hida that is extracted preferentially by liver cells mimicking bile.Some stored in gall bladder and some enters small bowel from common bile duct. Cholecystokinin, natural hormone, slowly injected intravenously to stimulate gall bladder contraction. Normal function has at least 35% emptying of gall bladder in adults. Some pts have pain. ...Read more
Not sure what you: Mean by "explanation? " hydrocodone is a semi-synthetic form of codeine, which is an opiate drug derived from the opium poppy. It attaches to receptors that are concerned with pain, and turns those receptors off, so we do not feel the pain. This occurs at the site of the pain, in the spinal cord and in the brain. Some act at one receptors, and others at multiple receptors, differ in side effects. ...Read more
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Impaired function: Concussion occurs after some trauma to the brain. It can affect your physical state, thinking ability, emotional state, and can affect your sleeping pattern. Some common findings are headaches, nausea, sensitivity to light and noise, fatigue, visual problems, problems concentrating, emotional irritability, drowsiness, sleeping problems. There are tests that can be performed to gauge the severity. ...Read more
Detrol (tolterodine) is: Detrol (tolterodine) is one of drugs for treating overactive bladder with frequency, urgency, and urge urinary incontinence, like Ditropan (oxybutynin), Toviaz (fesoterodine), Santura (trospium), Vesicare (solifenacin), etc. Their purpose is about the same to ease bladder muscle spasm to avoid uncontrollable bladder contraction leading to urge urinary incontinence; their side effects are similar. ...Read more
It's a tendon in the: Back of lower leg that aches to the heel bone. What else do you want to know about it? ...Read more
Angioplasty: Ultra sound angioplasty means- opening of vessel under ultra souns guided methodology. ...Read more
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Infection around eye: It is a bacterial infection around the eye. The eye is an extension of the brain. Because of this, these infections may be serious. They require early, aggressive treatment. ...Read more
Herpes Simplex Virus: 1 most commonly causes cold sores. In some cases - it can also cause lesions on the genitals. ...Read more
ON hypoplasia: Optic nerve hypoplasia is a congenital condition in which the optic nerve, the nerve between the eye and the brain, does not develop properly. On appearance, the nerve is much smaller than normal. The visual effects are variable with vision anywhere from normal to totally blind. ...Read more
Interstitial: It means the area between the alveoli. That includes the blood vessels and the basement membranes, etc, anything not part of the alveoli itself. When there is an inflammation, it occurs in that area. The fibrocytes, part of the inflammatory reaction lay down fibers (scar), it thickens that area making the distance between the wall of the alveoli and the blood vessel farther, diffusion is impaired. ...Read more
Heart procedures: An ECG or ekg, electrocardiogram, measures the electrical activity of the heart. It can give an indication of abnormal heart rhythm, heart attacks or many other conditions. An angioplasty is when a small balloon and/or a stent is used to treat a blocked artery in the heart. Open heart surgery is used to describe surgery on the heart, typically for coronary artery bypass or valve related surgery. ...Read more
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My X-ray result shows hazy densities in the right upper lung. What's the best way to explain it in a easy explanation so I can understand what's it.
Xray: Air doesn't show up on X-rays. Bony stuff is white. Hazy means that part of your lung is not completely filling with air. You really need a CT scan to determine exactly what it is. Some types of things in lungs that people get have calcium in it (old infections sometimes can show this, scarring). The location and the context of the patients history can lead down different diagnostic pathways. ...Read more
Genetic mutation: This is the most severe form of icthyosis, and is caused by a mutation in abca12 gene. ...Read more
What to do if I can't understand the pathway. So anyone can give any of metabolism bilirubin explanation?
Get help: The porphyria synthesis and breakdown pathways are elementary if you understand organic chemistry and its application to general metabolism, incomprehensible if you do not. Nobody here is going to be able to tell you anything more. Perhaps there has been a problem with sequencing the topics. ...Read more
I need an easy explanation of right ventricular muscle bundle. And, does this condition require surgery to repair?
RV muscle bundles: These are usually benign structures that exist often in the r side of the heart. Sometimes they are increased thickness muscle that may be due to obstruction to outflow of blood from the r heart (increased pressure in the r heart). Sometimes they can actually cause obstruction to outflow from the r heart. These usually require surgery (this in turn may cause r bundle branch block as elsewhere). ...Read more
My 2 month old son has e-histolytica. How serious is this? I didn't understand the doctor's explanation.
E. histolytica: Is parasite that has invaded your baby's intestinal tract. It is more common in tropical countries and spread through hands, food, water or other close contact with an infected person. It is usually associated with diarrhea, weight loss and abdominal pain. Treatment is with very specific antibiotics that will be prescribed by a doctor. This is contagious, others in the house should be tested. ...Read more
Mri shows s1 as cause of pain. My doc just said my symptoms indicate L5 is the issue but offered no explanation. Please help me understand how this is?
Slipped disc: Is in between the fifth lumbar vertebra and the first sacral vertebra, so both are right. ...Read more
I have diagnosed with 37 x 27 mm uterine fibroid. How serious is it? As I am mongolian who lives in vietnam, I cannot fully understand doctor's explanation. Please advise me how should I treat this fibroid
Common: Fibroids are the most common tumors of the female reproductive tract and this is a small one. They extremely rarely become malignant. They really only have to be treated if they cause symptoms, most frequently abnormal bleeding or start growing rapidly. They shrink after menopause. If they are symptomatic there are several different treatments not all of which are surgical. Hope that helps. ...Read more