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Herbal Treatment For History Of Head Banging
Resource material.: This would require a lenghty answer. Please check this site: http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/head-lice/ds00953. ...Read more
Will insurance pay for treatments for head lice? Will my insurance pay for any kind of treatments associated with head lice for my child?
Head lcie& ins. pmt?: If you have medi-cal it will pay for head lcie treatment. Otherwise you have to pay! ...Read more
Is there any risk of further progression of my ckd, as a result of using minoxidil 5% externally for hear treatment?
No: No. There's not enough absorption for it to cause a problem. ...Read more
Are there any other treatments for lissencephaly other than physical and occupational therapy I should know of for my 4 month old baby?
No treatments: He will likely need speech therapy as he gets older. He needs a good pediatric neurologist and a geneticist. A Developmental Pediatrician may also be helpful. I would find a primary care pediatrician who has experience in caring for kids with chronic illness. I see the complex kids in my practice every 3 months. Keep up the good work! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Head injury from short fall, doctor diagnosed multiple sclerosis, given 3 doses of Rituximab, is the diagnosis and medication correct ?
See below: The diagnosis of MS can be rather complex, as several other entities need to be excluded, and the MS does need confirmation. But assuming diagnosis is correct, the drug Rituxamab would actually be a rather terrific choice. Cannot confirm your diagnosis based on information provided. ...Read more
Head trauma: In the er patient is quickly assessed, stabilized with regards to blood pressure, pulse rate, blood transfusion if blood needed- most important airway maintainance. After stabilization the patient is sent to radiology for necessary ct scans. Meanwhile a neurosurgeon is called if available. ...Read more
8 year old with daily head aches, an e.E.G. Showing absence seizures; past head injury and concussion. What to request from paediatric neurologist?
Ask them: If there is a focal lesion which can be followed or removed. You need the highest quality imaging... Sedation. 32 channel 3t head coil is needed. If your hospital does not have this - ask your surgeon if they know of a place that has this. This gives you the best chance to find a seizure focus. Just for instance i found a seizure focus in a patient missed by two prior scans. So ask for it. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Are stimulants ever prescribed for chronic fatigue following a diagnosis of mono in the past? Any other treatment?
Is there any proper treatment for viral encephalitis with polycythemia ? Pt is 17 years old and over 6 month in icu waiting for good treatment
Missing information: You get more from the site when you provide better background information. Just listing "Viral" doesn't give much to work with. If it has lasted 6 mo and the patient is in the ICU I suspect it is Herpes encephalitis that has not responded to treatment and the prognosis is poor. Once the infection has lasted that long the damage is often permanent. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not much: If no other sx-ice frequently and patience. They will go away. ...Read more
I'm 21 years old , female complaining from recurrent nosebleeding (epistaxis).What is the diagnosis and causes and treatment of my condition?
What is the diagnosis for symptoms that include: head aches, face disfiguration and eye protrusion?
Orbital disease: In addition to thyroid this can be orbital inflammation, tumor or infection. This can be primary or secondary. You should not wait. You need to see an ophthalmologist who is comfortable with these problems, you should wait. This can be vision or life threatening given the content of your question. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Reasons for adult-onset facial tics? No history of medication, no history of tics nor tourette's. Started at age 22
Two types of: Medications are available: cholinesterase inhibitors such as Aricept and nmda receptor antagonists like namenda (memantine). The first class increases acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter involved in memory. Namenda (memantine) decreases abnormal brain activity allowing clearer thinking. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer