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Barrettes esophagit.: it is possible.Get a more detailed answer ›
Why do some people get erosive esophagus and others just get non-erosive esophagus reflux disease?
My wife has ulcerative colitis erosion is threatening disease? Any complications during pregnancy and child health will lead to my wife's health?
I have erosive gastritis and diverticular disease. I love white and green tea. I stopped eating meat and eat fish instead. Am i right?
I was diagnosed with celiac disease for around 6 years. An endoscopy has detected severe duodenitis, associated with erosions. Can there be a link?
Can someone direct me to a doctor who can treat erosive pustular dermatosis of the scalp? Will travel anywhere in the u.S. Have suffred for over five years with this disease. I am being treated locally, but it is getting worse every year. The entire top o
Sort of: This is a condition following corneal abrasion in which the surface of the cornea (the epithelium) has defective adhesion and lifts up a little reproducing the symptoms or rarely actually recreating the abrasion. It is very uncomfortable so those who have it 'suffer' to some degree. There is fairly effective control and treatment but it can be a persistent problem. ...Read more
Medications: I presume you've had a gastroscopy to diagnose that? If not please see a doctor to verify the diagnosis. There are general measures such as alcohol reduction and avoiding nonsteroidal anti inflammatory meds and a variety of other medications to treat it. A consult with a doctor would be recommended here ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Bone erosion: If you are referring to the coccyx again or for that matter any bone the fact that seems most important is you are from australia. I am not sure but i would guess that tropical infections would have to be higher on the list of possibilities than they are here in th usa. In general those findings suggest inflammation and degeneration (infection, trauma, tumor). ...Read more
An erosion: is a superficial break or breach of the epithelium or lining tissue of the mouth. This can be caused by minimal trauma from a sharp/rough tooth, food or implement in the mouth, burns, chemical injury, or canker sores/apthous stomatitis among other causes. An antiseptic or analgesic mouthwash could be tried, or topicals such as Orajel. Antibiotics may sometimes be needed. Good wishes:) ...Read more
Defective adhesion: This occurs, usually after a corneal abrasion, when the new skin (epithelium) covers the cornea but has defective adhesion to the underlying basement membrane. This leads to partial elevation of the epithelium and sometimes reproduction of the initial abrasion. It can last several years and is painful. A corneal specialist can recommended ways to lessen the pain and time. ...Read more