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Mammo result residual fibroglandular tissue do I need to go any farther with other testing? Ultrasound or biospy?

Mammo result residual fibroglandular tissue do I need to go any farther with other testing?  Ultrasound or biospy?

See report: Fibroglandular tissue is normal breast tissue. Sometimes if can look like an abnormality and addition tests are needed. If the report says to return for additional tests, then you should follow that suggestion. If you are feeling a mass and the mammogram does not show an abnormality, you should contact your doctor or a breast specialist. ...Read more

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Tissue (Definition)

The body is composed of tissue that are classically described as beiing derived from three basic embyonic layers known as the endoderm, mesoderm and ectoderm that then differentiate into the structures that compose the body such as skin, soft tissues, bone, muscle, organs, etc. Stem cells are not differentiated and have the potential to ...Read more


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What does a birads 3 mean on mri. My mam screening had a density show up , dignastic said irreg focal asy. Den. Mri asy fibroglandular tissue. What to?

What does a birads 3 mean on mri. My mam screening had a density show up , dignastic said irreg focal asy. Den. Mri asy fibroglandular  tissue. What to?

Repeat in 6 months: I recommend following up with a breast specialist who can examine you and review the films. Birads-3 means there is a benign (noncancerous) finding that should be repeated in 6 months to make sure it is stable. ...Read more

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What is genarlation tissue?

What is genarlation tissue?

Granulation Tissue: Granulation tissue is a beefy red wound bed that is rich in healing & immune defense factors. When wounds become infected and are opened for the infection to be physically removed, they are packed with wound care products that promote this tissue to grow and help in wound closure. The granulation tissue fights infection & contracts the wound shut over weeks - months depending on nutritional status. ...Read more

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What are the benefits of injecting insulin in fatty tissues?

What are the benefits of injecting insulin in fatty tissues?

What do you mean?: Insulin is usually injected under the skin, into the fatty layer that lies below skin and above muscle. It is then absorbed into the blood stream and lowers blood sugars. It usually will not directly affect the area that is injected. ...Read more

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What is tissue diagnosis?

What is tissue diagnosis?

Pathology: A "mass" can be anything including non-cancer. A piece of tissue from a mass (or bone marrow biopsy, or blood) placed on a glass slide for a pathologist to review with special stains and sometimes molecular tests can give a "tissue diagnosis". With very few exceptions (eg, hcc, germ cell cancer) oncologists require a "tissue diagnosis" before treating cancer. ...Read more

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How to heal nerve tissues?

How to heal nerve tissues?

Depends: Complicated question as nerves can heal with the right energy, and nutrients and appropriate protection and use of the injured area. Best to discuss specifics with a practitioner. ...Read more

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What organs and tissues can you donate?

What organs and tissues can you donate?

Many: Organs: heart, lungs, larynx, esophagus, liver, kidney, pancreas, small intestine, hands, face, abdominal wall tissues: blood, skin, bone, cornea. ...Read more

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What is soft tissue edema?

What is soft tissue edema?

Anything other than: Anything other than bone is considered to be soft tissue. Usually one sees soft tissue edema or water swelling in the lower extremities especially when you press a finger into the skin, you leave an indent that goes away in a few minutes. ...Read more