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Usually signifies a benign tumor or growth on the outside of the eyelids or surface of the eye. It could also be something like a pigmented spot (Nevus) inside the eye. Essentially, any abnormality on or inside the eye is described as a lesion. It would be good to see an ophthalmologist to reassure you since about 95% of "lesions" found in or around the eye ...Read more
What to do if a colonoscopy done - my doctor said he found "bulls eye lesions" in the intestine I does anyone know what this is?
Benign tumor: Usually signifies a benign tumor or growth on the outside of the eyelids or surface of the eye. It could also be something like a pigmented spot (Nevus) inside the eye. Essentially, any abnormality on or inside the eye is described as a lesion. It would be good to see an ophthalmologist to reassure you since about 95% of "lesions" found in or around the eye are benign (not cancerous). ...Read more
No: No. The bulls eye is actually part of the rash resolution. ...Read more
Car accident two months ago. Severe vomiting several times a day, constant pressure in head, sometimes severe left eye pain, whiplash, brain lesions?
No way to tell: Impossible to tell without a photograph. In general multiple lesions under the liuds on both sides are benign. You need to see a doctor for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
When you get your eyes dilated can doctor see lesions? When eyes are dilated can you see behind optic nerve?
Yes and No: Yes a dilated eye examination facilitates examining the retina, it's blood vessels, optic nerve, & the vitreous humor. Any abnormalities or lesions will be identified as well. Sometimes mor sophisticated imaging techniques may also be utilized (ultrasound, optical coherence tomography, flourescein angiography). However a dilated exam will not allow viewing behind the eyeball where the optic n exit ...Read more
How does herpes in the eyes look/act, do you get lesions in the eyes, or bumps? How do doctors test for it?
In many ways.: Herpetic lesions especially involving the eyes is a potentially very serious matter. Go see an ophthalmologist as soon as possible! ...Read more
What causes itchy lips? But no lesions on mouth sometimes causes itchy face and eyes as well sometimes only lips are itchy sometimes lorritadine helps
I get red blister-type lesions around my eyes and in meibomian glands before a flare of autoimmune disease. Are these associated with any particular d?
Rosacea blepharitis: These could be findings associated with rosacea blepharitis which is associated with the common facial skin condition acne rosacea which is not autoimmune. Lupus (autoimmune) can have a facial rash as part of the symptoms, but red blister type lesions around the eyes sounds different. See a dermatologist and/or ophthalmologist for a closer look. ...Read more
2 month onset of mucin producing cystic lesions below left eye. Mucin seeping from left lower eyelashes, large refilling cystic area in left nostril d?
Doctor can evaluate: A middle-aged or older adult with a skin lesion producing mucus and not healing, should see the ENT specialist to find out what it is. It might be a rare cancer called primary mucinous carcinoma of the skin, which is an extremely rare skin cancer originating from sweat glands. The cancer usually occurs on the head and neck, with a commonly involved area being the periorbital region, near the eyes. ...Read more
What could fatigue, headaches, under eye puffiness, high uric acid, weight loss and skin lesions indicate?
Fatigue wt loss: 33 M asks What could fatigue, headaches, under eye puffiness, high uric acid, weight loss and skin lesions indicate? ANS: This indicates you need to see a Dr. Give your detailed Hx of sex practices, wt loss take pictures of skin lesions, and have a careful exam. Consider: cancer, hyperthyroid, TBC, renal failure, HIV, to mention a few. Happy to do 2nd opinion to help. ...Read more
You need: To see your doctor for a correct diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
What causes pressure from inside your head and severe scalp burning pain w no lesions or cuts? Please help
Headache: This can be tension, but needs to be evaluated, see your doctor. ...Read more
Am diagnosed with MS having 2 lesions on spine causing electric shock symptoms up spine into head, could I safely take hypericum to dampen pain.?
Why consider this?: Hypericum is a homeopathic remedy for anxiety and depression, and would have absolutely no effect on a Lhermitte's phenomenon, which you describe. You would likely find better benefits from gabapentin, Lyrica, Cymbalta, Gralise, or Horizant, all prescription meds which your doctor could provide. Also, make certain that you are taking a potent MS medication, such as one of the orals, or Tysabri (natalizumab). ...Read more
Unlikely: This is not a guarantee that this is not the cause. Most of these are not painful or sensitive. To be completely sure the man involved should be seen by your doctor to identify the problem and guide therapy if any is needed. The doctor should also identify the lump under the foreskin. ...Read more
I hit my head into a steel post, the zone where happened hurts when I press it, should I be worried or concern with permanent lesions on my brain?
Do Head MRI look for specific problems? Are all areas looked at thoroughly? Is the Clival always checked or only when requested? Can lesions be missed
The clivus,: Part of the skull base, is always included on a brain mri. As far as lesions being "missed", no test is perfect, and no human endeavor is without the possibility of error. Fortunately, the level of training for those interpreting MRI and for other specialists mitigates the risk to the extent possible. ...Read more
Could Humira (adalimumab) cause drug-induced lupus on the head? Some small lesions on the head. (Rheumatoid arthritis)
Can inflammation of head / neck arteries cause skin lesions on scalp, neck, head, face, cervical spine?
Had CT scan done of my sinuses today and she showed me my sinues and top of head and said no lesions. Would this show cerebellum?
Probably not: Most dedicated sinus CT scans focus specifically on the sinuses, which are located around the nose in the front of the head. The cerebellum is in the back of the head. Also, the images on a sinus CT are produced in such a way as to optimize appearance of the bony structures, which makes it hard to see the parts of the brain that happen to show up in the images. ...Read more
Why is white matter lesions on the brain so common in sjogrens? Has to be some sort of reason. I have terrible head aches and chiari 4 mm
Sarcoid lesions in marrow of humeral head and neck. Small 4 mm tear of the anterior fibers of the supraspinatus tendon. Rest of rotor cuff ok.-surgery?
How much pain: Are you having? If you are in persistent pain and cannot use your shoulder or have night pain, typically the tear would be responsible and surgery might be indicated. Most docs have to see the MRI to determine need for surgery. If you have little pain and or are using the shoulder without too much problems you probably don't need surgery. ...Read more
I have brain lesions (possible m.s.)have severe face/ head pain. Have tried carbamezapine, Cymbalta, Lyrica (pregabalin) amitrtiptyline, no relief. What can I try next?
I have 2 white matter brain lesions, pressure in head, fibromas, body pain, high white cell count, fever below 102, why is this all happening?
Had head CT yesterday for noctural headaches. Didn't hear from md yet. Can I pretty much assume there's no tumors, head swelling, lesions, etc? Negative?
Never: Assume anything. Sometimes it takes a couple of days for things to be read. I would hope something bad would have been called by the radiologist but it does not always happen that way. ...Read more
Possible cystic lesions on head of pancreas vs dilated distal common dt. If it is gallstone, will I need surgery to get rid of it?
Possibly: Cystic abnormalities of the pancreas are not uncommon. Mri imaging characteristics can raise or lower our suspicion of it representing or becoming something more worrisome that would require surgery. If you have gallstones in the common channel between the liver and the intestine, ERCP is necessary to remove the stone from the duct and the standard recommendation is to remove the gallbladder. ...Read more
3mm hypodense liver lesion in caudate lobe & two 3mm hypodense pancreatic head lesions on CT in setting of carcinoid workup. Can these be tumors?
May or may not be: It takes time and follow up CT scans to see if these tumors are growing in size. If they are not tumors (cancer) it will remain unchanged in size over a period of 3-6 months. A biopsy may be required to confirm it in case these lesions are increasing in size (growing bigger). They are too small to do a biopsy now, need to be at least 1Cm or bigger. ...Read more
Hi! I have an MRI on disc of my head SAG view (LOCALIZER). There are many bright white spots/dashes. One near the cerebellum, one on the straight sinus, one near the pituitary gland, optic chiasma & aqueduct of midbrain. Are these considered lesions?
Impossible: To venture a guess without the images. Normal and abnormal structures can appear bright or dark depending on the sequence used. Also, a "localizer" is a quick initial image used for planning the rest of the scan, it is not sufficient, nor in most cases very useful, for diagnostic purposes. ...Read more
2 different meaning:
1. Your eyes were closed you were sunbathing and your eyelids have sunburn. No permanent effect on vision.
2. Affecting vision: a. Staying in bright sun in the sand or snow for a long time, temporary sun burnt eyes, it will almost always recover.
B. Looking directly with or without protection at the sun: may get a retinal burn and have permanent decrease in vision. ...Read more
Various reasons: The conjunctiva, which lines the surface of the eye, can develop patches of pigmentation over the years to have a "muddy" appearance. Yellowish spots on the inside and outside of the iris called pinguecula are also normal changes, usually related to exposure to sun and wind. Redness can be from allergy, dry eye, and other causes. Any new pigmented place on the eye in a caucasian should be checked. ...Read more
???: I'm unsure of the question but if you have a sandy feeling in the eyes, you could have dry eyes or blepharitis. The causes are numerous. You could try artificial tears first. Seeing an eye care professional would be recommended for the best care. Since you live in Orlando, I'd be happy to help since we have a comprehensive dry eye clinic. ...Read more