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Developmental error: In fetus in initial stages of development all bowel is out side like a garden house, as abdominal wall develops it returns back in side in a systemic patron get rearranged by a series of steps, ( called rotation ) partial failure , like bands ( lad's ) etc called partial malrotation will cause obstruction of bowel in new born or later stages of life.Yes treatable by surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
CT urogram: Ct urogram is a exam perform to evaluate to urinary tract (kidneys, ureters and bladder) for a cause of hemturia. The exam is performed before and after the administration of iodinated contrast. Most cases of hemturia have no findings on this exam. The most common finding is a kidney stone. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My CT scan showing non specific sutble terminal ileal bowel thickning and ic junction what is findings?
Probably normal: When a radiologist reads a finding on a scan as nonspecific and subtle, it often has no clinical significance. The only way to tell in your situation is to see your doctor, who can match up your symptoms with the areas that were mentioned by the radiologist, to determine if it sounds as though any further work up would be necessary. Good luck. ...Read more
PCNL: Minimally invasive surgery for removal of large kidney stone/s. Nephrostomy tube (catheter) is placed in kidney thru skin in back or flank, either under local anesthetic & with sedation or general anesthesia day before or day of procedure. Then nephroscope (kidney telescope) passed thru catheter channel, stone is visualized & broken up with laser or percussion "gun" & fragments are irrigated out. ...Read more
Whats percutaneous cholecystectomy? Whats transhepatic biliary catheter? Whats biliary stent? Are they effective alternatives to a cholecystectomy?
Possibly: Percutaneous cholecystostomy is a tube placed through the skin into the gb for drainage. Thbc is a tube passed through the skin, the liver, and into the bile duct system, a form of biliary stent. Some stents can be passed into the lower duct using an endoscope through the stomach. Any may be necessary in some cases, but cholecystectomy would be the gold standard in most cases. Good luck. ...Read more
Is barium poisoning possible from drinking barium sulfate suspension for abdominal/pelvic CT scan?
Inflammation : What you are describing sounds like an inflammed end of small bowel. This is an area where many different entities live such as Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis with backwash ilEuros as well as infections. It is best you talk to your doctor so he can match your symptoms with the images. ...Read more
Would a regular abdominal/pelvis CT scan with contrast and barium suspension reveal moderate to severe ulcerative colitis / Crohn's?
Via tube in kidney: Placement of nephrostomy tube through flank into kidney. Then passing a nephroscope (operating telescope for kidneys) through nephrostomy tube and breaking up or pulverizing kidney stone mechanically, by laser or ultrasound by a probe through the nephroscope. Procedure is performed under direct observation via a camera attached to the nephroscope telescope. ...Read more
Can ibs, ibd or ulcerative colitis be diagnosed by contrast iv, oral contrast and rectal contrast ct scan?
Type brain surgery: The fluid taht flows around and inside the brain is called cerebral spinal fluid (csf). Sometimes there can be an obstruction of the fluid. It can build up pressure inside the brain called hydrocephalus. This is a minimally invasive surgery which can decompress the fluid and allow it to flow back into the proper space. It can be done in a subset of patients. A neurosurgeon can explain it better. ...Read more
My ct scan showing non specific sutble terminal ilieal thickning and ileocecal junction what is finding?
Not a very specific: for the terminal ileum. This portion of the small bowel can become inflamed for any number of reasons. This is say it looks a little thick. Maybe that is the reason for your symptoms and the reason for the test. I suggest talking to your doctor so that a complete story of the CT can be made ...Read more
Repair: Enterocele is when the small bowel dips down into the pelvis and may prolapse out the vagina or other opening. Laparoscopic techniques involve minimally invasively (with small incisions and a camera) going in to fix the problem. It sometimes is associated with the repair of prolapse of other organs, and may involve the use of mesh. ...Read more
What is the difference between an enteroclysis CT and a normal CT? I drank two bottles and had an IV. Is the contrast different?
The CT: enteroclysis is specifically tailored to evaluate the small bowel, so the technical parameters of the scan are different than a standard abdomen CT. The intravenous contrast is the same. The oral contrast for the enteroclysis is generally different from the standard oral contrast. ...Read more
Is it common to have abdominal pain after CT enteroclysis? I drank the solution and had some through IV.
Need to seek trtmt: I am not an expert here but having elevated blood sugars this high for too long can be life threatening and lead to permanent organ damage. Could land you in a diabetic coma. You need to seek medical attention with an internist, family practice doc, or endocrinologist to get this under check. ...Read more
Depends: Depends on what type of IBS you have… Constipation type we have a few different medications, for diarrhea type there are fewer options. Before diagnosing yourself with IBS though, make sure you have colonoscopy and EGD and labs done and an examination as IBS is what we call a diagnosis of exclusion, where we "rule Out" other causes then call it IBS. ...Read more
PTSD symptoms: Persistent re-experiencing of a traumatic event that threatened death or serious injury, or that one witnessed in another. Persistent avoidance of stimuli which might remind one of the event, and generalized numbing. Symptoms of increased arousal such as intense anxiety, difficulty falling asleep, nightmares if you do sleep, exaggerated "startle" responses, and hypervigolance are also common. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possible MOS reclass: Are you asking about a waiver to get in, or to stay in? Regs to get in are of course more stringent than regs to stay in. After you've gone through Basic, AIT, and spent time serving, the military will rightly try to keep you, since you have valuable training & experience. It all boils down to safety. You've got to pass the PFT & perform basic soldiering duties in an austere environment to stay in ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Risk of B12 shots: No.Except it is an injection and may cause some pain.Vitamin b 12 is a water soluble vitamin, which means if you have enough in your body the excess will pass in the urine.It can also be given in oral form, but absorption is unpredictable, and nasal spray which is comparable to shots but costs more.There is no contradiction except i dont recommend in children and young adults as they dont need it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: ... Unless most other species of mammals are doing something profoundly wrong. Do remember the risk of some sexually transmitted diseases (famously syphilis and gonorrhea) is very high with oral sex. And you are crazy to have any kind of sex leading to ejaculation with a woman you do not know very well -- nowadays you may be tricked into becoming a father. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A pedometer: This is a small clip like device that measures the number of steps you take. It also measures the flights of stairs that you climb and estimates calories burned. It is synced with your computer and keeps track of calories eaten if you fill that in by computer or smart phone. You can look at how you do compared to others your age. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Needs an evaluation: Shortness of breath is not normal, unless it is the mild, temporary shortness of breath with sports activities (but even then, one must be sure he is not having more shortness of breath than his sports peers have). Possible reasons for shortness of breath include heart attack, heart arrhythmia, heart failure, fluid around the heart, fluid around or in the lungs, asthma, chestwall tightness, etc... ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers