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Rotator Cuff Tear: If you are 31 and have a full thickness tear of your suprspinatous tendon, you have a problem. The supraspinatous is one of the 4 muscles that make up your rotator cuff. Tears at your age are unusual, often due to trauma and should generally be repaired with surgery. See an orthopaedist to get it checked out. ...Read more
Depends: So depends on wear tear is. Is it just a laceration or cut on the hand or skin? If it is superficial or small then it does not require any stitches/sutures. If deeper it may benefit from some stitches. But usually not surgery. This can be assessed in a local urgent care or emergency room or even by your doctor. At this point, keep it clean with antibiotic ointment and occlusive dressing/bandaid. ...Read more
Not much: That statement, obviously out of context, does not mean much. Was this a description on a physical exam? An ultrasound? You should ask your doctor, or whomever wrote this, what it means. Is the thyroid enlarged? Are there nodules? Is it over/underactive? ...Read more
What does this mean? endometrium demonstrates a thickness of 0.7 CM and is hyperechoic. Within the cervix, there is crescentic echogenicity, 1.7 cm.
Ii fall at work, I had a MRI done the impression said, full-thickness to full Thickness tear of the distal Supraspinatus 8mm.do this require surgery?
Depends: Are you sure they did not mean full thickness, full width or complete tear? Depending on how long ago or chronic the tear is, and whether or not there is fatty atrophy of the Supraspinatus muscle bulk, you might need surgery (especially yes if the tear is a recent full thickness , full width tear with retraction of the tendon, and there is no fatty atrophy of the Supraspinatus muscle) ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cartilage Repair: Cartilage may take several months to repair so it is not surprising to note lack of cartilage after arthroscopy, usually scraping and cleaning of the torn and injured fibrinous material is performed. It is up to the physiology of your body to repair after this "clean-out". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a rim rent partial thickness tear involving the articular surface of the infraspinatus tendon 2/3rd of the thickness what treatment would recom?
Depends: Depends if you are having shoulder pain and your exam correlates w/ your pain and MRI findings.Your history doesn'tmention shoulder pain. If u do and it meets criteria above then arthroscopic repair(for2/3 partial thickness tear) would be done.Your symptoms suggest other possibilities in addition to your "mri diagnosis". See an experienced ors... Gl! ...Read more
What does subtle heterogeneity and increased thickness of anterior fundal myometrium mean please?
Description: It sounds like you are trying to interpret an ultrasound. This is a description of what the uterus looks like. It needs to be taken in conjunction with the clinical picture. Are you mid cycle, pregnant or just lost a pregnancy, looking for a tumor? It just means that there are different components of material in the uterus like old and new blood in the tissue being the most common. ...Read more
Knee MRI shows complete rupture of acl, inner margin tear of medial meniscus posterior horn and body w/mild partial thickness. what's usual treatment ?
ACL injury : You'll likely need surgery. I usually recommend to my patients to get a second opinion and research your orthopedic surgeon before committing to surgery for ACL and meniscal repair . ...Read more
What does it mean for the endometrium: Normal thickness but of somewhat heterogenous echo texture and with several echgenic foci with in?
Endometrial contents: This means that the sonogram detected something inside of the cavity but that they were unable to determine exactly what it was. This is typically followed up with an endometrial biopsy and some method to evaluate the cavity. The two most common approaches are a sonohystogram or a hysteroscopy ...Read more
What is meaning of full thickness chondral loss to medial patella and what is heterogeneity of lateral patellar?
My MRI results for left kneew reveals: mild thinning of the cartilage along the lateral femoral condyle with out full thickness defect or underlying reactive change. There is mild to moderate thinning of the medial compartment cartilage w/out full thickn
You : You have several reasons for pain based on this report. Where is your pain? Along the inside, front, or back of the knee. Based on the fact that there is mild to moderate thinning of the articular (joint surface) cartilage in the medial (inside) compartment, i assume your partial menisectomy in 2000 was on the inside (medial) aspect of your knee. If that is the case, you have done very well for the past 12 years considering that you are a runner only to have mild thinning! grading of arthritis in an MRI (where most likely you were laying down) is sometimes a little artificial so it is a little hard to tell how bad it really is. You definitely have thinnning, and it is probably a little more advanced in the medial(inside) compartment than for age, although basing this on a report is very subjective. The baker's cyst is located in the back of the knee, so if your pain is in the back, then this is the most likely the culprit. That being said, the baker cyst is a direct result of the joint being irritated, either from the medial meniscus tear or arthritis. Pain from the current meniscus tear should be along the inside of the knee, and it may be associated with instability, locking or catching. Based on this report, you should see a sports medicine professional to discuss your options. Good luck!. ...Read more
Uterus is normal sized and anteverted with uniform myometrial echopattern measuring about 80mm x 51mm x 43mm in length width and AP dimensions respect?
Ultrsound: What you describe are normal measurements. Be reassured. ...Read more
What is the treatment for full thickness tear in the anterior distal supraspinatus tendon with 1.5 CM of tendon retraction?
Depends: Depends on if you are having symptoms or not, if it's dominant or nondominant side. Can be treated conservatively initially with strengthening of the rotator cuff, steroid injection if needed. If this fails, ultimately surgery would be required to reconstruct the tendon and put it back where it should be. ...Read more
Endometrium is very crucial for the female reproductive cycle. In a post menopausal female with irregular bleeding with thickness of >5mm, an evaluation is required with endometrial biopsy orD &C.
In your case, 43 yo with about 3cm endometrial thickness which seems quit enlarged. Ensure that pregnancy test is done after which if negative, an endometrial biopsy or hysteroscopy/D&C need to be done ...Read more
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