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Persistant focal asymmetry in right breast on both view. Ultrasound found fluid cyst but is smaller in size to focal asymmetry in mammogram. Worry?
Follow directions.: Just follow directions from you DR, but make sure you do go in for followup. ...Read more
Skin, fat, bone, etc: Alterations in shape of skin, fat, muscle, bone, cartilage and other tissues as well as tumors can all be causes of facial asymmetry, diagnostic imaging is often required. Many options for treatment are available depending on the underlying cause. See a plastic surgeon, ENT or dermatologist for an initial evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can bad teeth cause face asymmetry. All my left sided teeth are pushed in towards the tounge. Can this cause the cheekbone to look sunken ?
Will constantly sleeping on one side of face cause facial asymmetry & would it make that side flatter or portrude more ?
Unlikely: Asymmetry is usually genetic and preexisting except for traumatic injuries. ...Read more
I had an ultrasound performed yesterday and the doctor advised that there is some sort of asymmetry in the head, however there is no midline shift, ?
Im 21 year old guy n have a lil bit asymmetry jaw which makes my face look larger in the right side compares to the left.Can braces fix the unbalance?
Only part of the ans: You are describing a common issue that varies by degree in all of us.If it is very noticeable, it is sometimes called hemi-facial microsomia. This occurs when both sides of the facial structure don't develop equally. Improvements can be made by building out the under developed side.This may require the areas of oral surgery, facial reconstructive surgery and orthodontics. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ultrasound at 19 weeks shows asymmetry on the head,but grey matter n ventricles normal, with no midline shift,what could this mean. ?
Very difficult : To say. This may be a neutral finding and not have any consequences. Still this can be followed with ultrasound to see if anything progress. Even then if there is little change in its appearance developmental milestones will need to be met by the child. No easy answers ...Read more
See my pic one jaw heavy n tilt cause asymmetry and uncomfortng itching feelng on less heavy part furcher cause head ache, heavy jaw also pops (tmj)?
Probably infection: Appears likely to be an infected tooth/teeth. Hard to say without x-rays and exam. Should see a dentist asap. If jaw pops, probably also have a tmj/tmd issue. Be sure to discuss with the dentist when you are seen for the potential infection. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
My friend have asymmetric face. He is worried coz as he getting older his face getting more asymmetric. Please suggest somthing.
CT scan: Facial asymmetry may be caused by trauma, congenital predisposition or tumors/cysts/neoplasia. See an otolaryngologist or plastic surgeon. CT facial bones generally recommended. ...Read more
About what ?: The crowding of twins in the womb often result in some initial distortions in their newborn appearance that disappear with time after they are out of the confined space of the womb.Unless you are skilled in recognizing this, and understand it, your input is more likely to be seen as cruel and judgmental. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
29 year-old woman who has been suffering malocclusion and tinnitus since a facial fracture 5 years ago, is now looking for her first surgical.....?
Team treatment: Patient suffered dental and skeletal displacement and fractures. These anatomic malrelationship said have to be restored to normal for resolution of am atomic malrelationship said. Team should be assembled chaired by both an Orthodontist and an Oral surgeon who communicate well with each other and who have a track record of treating Orthognathic cases. Team should also include ENT, neurologist, general physician, perhaps a periodontist, and a restorative dentist. But most important, align upper teeth to upper jaw, lower teeth to lower jaw, then properly align jaws to rest of Craniofacial-facial structures and to each other. ...Read moreSee 10 more doctor answers
Hard to say?: Without a picture or an exam, i don't believe anyone can tell you. Repharase your quesition and give more information. Age would ben nice to know. Any trauma. Since birth? Do your relatives look the same? Interesting question but just can't answer based on your limited question. Sorry! that is my flat-out answer! ...Read more