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How to reduce or eliminate fatty tumors?

How to reduce or eliminate fatty tumors?

Excision.: The most common type of "fatty tumor" is called a lipoma. These tumors are benign and are often felt / palpated underneath the skin on the trunk and arms / legs. They are generally mobile and soft. Lipomas are not malignant and do not have malignant potential. If a lipoma is concerning or cosmetically unacceptable, the standard treatment is surgical excision. ...Read more

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Sma (Definition)

Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) ...Read more


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Can stenosis return after celiac artery compression surgery? Pain nausea steatorrea back. Sma plaque also. Could ischemia be from SMA alone?

Can stenosis return after celiac artery compression surgery? Pain nausea steatorrea back. Sma  plaque also.  Could  ischemia be from SMA alone?

Complicated Question: Celiac artery compression syndrome (cacs) is the condition usually associated with the surgery you've described. Stenosis does not generally return after surgery for cacs. Chronic mesenteric ischemia can be from sma stenosis in isolation, however, this would not include steatorrhea. With back pain, nausea, and steatorrhea i would consider pancreatitis or some other issue with the pancreas. ...Read more

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Which type of foods help heal leaky gut syndrome?

Which type of foods help heal leaky gut syndrome?

Garbage label: The gut really doesn't leak.If it did,the germs would get into your blood & you would die.Many use this label to promote various tests and supplements to "heal your leaky gut".Most are a gimmick. If you have true issues like IBS/celiac your injured gut can improve if you identify & avoid your food intolerances/allergies.Probiotics can also help.Beware the comment you have yeast in your gut it's nl ...Read more

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How long can a child live successfully with type one SMA (spinal muscular atrophy)?

How long can a child live successfully with type one SMA (spinal muscular atrophy)?

Depends on type: Prognosis is poor for infants with sma type i. Most die w/in the 1st 2 years. Sma type ii: prognosis for life expectancy or independent standing/walking roughly correlates with how old they are when they first begin to experience sx's - older children tend to have less severe symptoms life expectancy is reduced with survivers in young adulthood. Type iii prone to resp. Infections-nml life span. ...Read more

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Does eliminating stress prevent disease?

Does eliminating stress prevent disease?

Partially: Actually you cannot eliminate stress - but you can reduce the amount of unnecessary stress. As you do you will have reduced chances of most diseases - from diabetes to heart disease, from arthritis to cancer. But it won't prevent all illnesses. Re: stress, see http://drmiller.Com/learningcenter/stressmanagement/ learning to reduce unnecessary stress will reduce illness and increase your happiness. ...Read more

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Will stenosis - L5 and L6 ever alleviate itsellf without surgery?

Will stenosis - L5 and L6 ever alleviate itsellf without surgery?

Spinal Stenosis: Is a chronic progressive degenerative condition usually of the lower spine occurs when the spaces around the spine narrow. L5-S1 spinal stenosis is very common and can be very painful. Surgery is one option. Unfortunately once you have degenerative disease, not much will cure it, not even surgery. Surgery may help with pain and stability, but may also cause limitations in flexibility and movement. ...Read more

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What readily contributes to the development of ischemic colitis?

What readily contributes to the development of ischemic colitis?

Low blood flow: Ischemia is due in general to inadequate circulation colitis relates to the colon large bowel large or small blood vessel obstruction, thrombosis, embolism and some spastic vascular situations may cause ischemic bowel. ...Read more

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Do food allergies affect the fodmap elimination diet?

Do food allergies affect the fodmap elimination diet?

Not very much: The fodmap elimination diet is designed for people with irritable bowel syndrome (ibs). It's goal is to reduce sugars and short-chain carbohydrates in the diet. The major overlap is with wheat as most of the other foods avoided in this diet are fruit & vegetables that are not common food allergy offenders. ...Read more

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How to differentiate between anomalous pulmonary venous return & transposition of great vessels as the underlying disease?

How to differentiate between anomalous pulmonary venous return & transposition of great vessels as the underlying disease?

Ultrasound: Pediatric cardiologist use ultrasound (an echocardiogram) to identify the type of congenital heart defect. In anomalous pulmonary venous return, the pulmonary veins do not connect to the left atrium in a normal manner. In transposition of the great arteries, the aorta is connected to the right ventricle and the pulmonary artery is connected to the left ventricle (backwards). ...Read more

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Can only using stress test clarify existence of coronary artery disease (blokage due to high LDL, low HDL)?

Can only using stress test clarify existence of coronary artery disease (blokage due to high LDL, low HDL)?

Stress test is good.: Stress test is designed to detect coronary artery disease. It is not a perfect test, but very good. If you have a normal test you are very unlikely to have any significant fixed blockage of any coronary artery. Blockage is not due to high LDL or low HDL - there are associations, but causality is another story. ...Read more

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Will hernbal medicine work to eliminate raynaud's disease?

Will hernbal  medicine  work to eliminate raynaud's disease?

No: Herbal medicines do not help directly but switching from caffeinated drinks to herbal teas might help. Also, if herbs help you reduce stress, that would help. ...Read more

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Can phrenic nerve palsy lead to / create higher risk of hiatal hernia?

Can phrenic nerve palsy lead to / create higher risk of hiatal hernia?

Very unlikely: Excellent question. It is very unlikely this would contribute to the development if a hiatal hernia, which would be a stretching out if the natural opening in the diaphragm through which the esophagus passes. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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Which type of diet may contribute to gall bladder disease?

Which type of diet may contribute to gall bladder disease?

Gallbladder symptoms: Are made worse by intake of fatty or fried foods. Also some patients are affected by dairy products. If you have symptomatic gallstones, dietary adjustment is just a temporary fix. Definitive treatment is surgery. ...Read more

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Can a salmonella infection lead to the development, over the years, of alcohol intolerance and IBS / leaky gut? is low FODMAP diet a good solution?

Can a salmonella infection lead to the development, over the years, of alcohol intolerance and IBS / leaky gut? is low FODMAP diet a good solution?

No difference in Rx: A very recent research study found that people who had been infected with the intestinal parasite Giardia had an elevated risk of irritable bowel sundrome. Maybe other intestinal infections like shigellosis can do the same. However, it probably makes no differenence i how IBS should be treated. This is something to discuss with your doctor. ...Read more

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How does the lymphatic system promote disease resistance?

How does the lymphatic system promote disease resistance?

Drainage: Lymphatics are necessary for drainage of tissue fluid and are an essential part of the Immune system. It's a way for germs and debris that get carried by the lymphatic fluid to come in contact with and get processed by the immune system along the way in lymph nodes. ...Read more

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How will fat cause coronary artery disease?

How will fat cause coronary artery disease?

LDL Cholesterol: More specifically, LDL (low density lipoprotein) cholesterol gets deposited within the walls of the arteries. These deposits, known as plaque, can continue to build up causing narrowing of the arteries and may lead to blockage. If the involved arteries are in the coronary arteries, this leads to heart disease. ...Read more

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Diagnosed with Renal Artery Stenosis and resistant hypertension of 150/100 w/ 3 meds. Will resolving the stenosis correct the resistant hypertension?

Diagnosed with Renal Artery Stenosis and resistant hypertension of 150/100 w/ 3 meds. Will resolving the stenosis correct the resistant hypertension?

Not always: Stenting is now mainly used in people who fail maximal medical therapy as the CORAL trial showed that's tenting as a first line treatment was not better than medical therapy for most people. If maximal medical therapy has failed then you may be a candidate for stenting or renal artery bypass surgery but even these do not always correct the problem but at present are the best further treatments a ...Read more

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Will hygiene improve the chances of avoiding cytomegalovirus infections?

Will hygiene improve the chances of avoiding cytomegalovirus infections?

May be: By age 22 you probably already have been infected with cmv. If you are so inclined, you could get tested to see if you have been exposed to the virus. CMV is ubiquitous and harmless in healthy people. ...Read more

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How does celiac disease affect the small intestine?

How does celiac disease affect the small intestine?

Food malabsorption: Celiac disease leads to inflammation and damage of the lining of the small intestine, which causes decreased absorption of nutrients, vitamins, iron, etc... The intestinal lining loses its microscopic "villi", which are tiny protrusions that maximize the absorptive surface area needed to absorb nutrients. A patient gets diarrhea, anemia, lactose intolerance, tummy aches, irritable bowels, etc... ...Read more

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