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How Long Does An Emg Take
Emg (electromyography) is a test of your muscles and nerves. It is typically performed along with nerve conduction studies (ncs). The EMG portion involves placing a recording pin (like a fine wire antenna) into various muscles, looking for 'muscle distress signals' that could suggest nerve or muscle diseases/problems. Nerve conduction studies involve stimulating nerves ...Read more
Depends.: That is a very vague question. That depends on what the assessment is for and could vary from 5 minutes to several weeks or longer depending on the situation. Ask a more specific question and I am sure you will get a more specific answer and good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
EGD is pretty quick: Upper endoscopy uses an optical device on a flexible, steerable tube to examine esophagus, stomach, ; upper small bowel. Often, biopsies are taken to rule out barrett's esophagus, eosinophilic esophagitis, h.Pylori bacteria, celiac sprue. A diagnostic study as such takes less than 5 minutes, during which you are sedated. Therapeutics (dilation, cautery, polypectomy, etc.) adds a few minutes more. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Gradually: Unrestricted tooth movement may take many years, gradually at first but with increasing rapidity over time. Untreated malocclusions can result in excessive wear to teeth, joint damage, damage to the bone/gum complex that supports teeth, and other problems. See a qualified orthodontic specialist (ask your general dentist for referral) for exam (usually free) and rx options. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
About 2 hours: Most myelograms are performed in a radiology facility by a radiologist trained in interventional procedures. The procedure may involve a tilting radiology table, in order to investigate the flow of the injected dye. This procedure often includes a post-myelogram ct scan, allowing the radiologist to obtain information similar to that of a MRI scan. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
It depends...: It depends on the routine report turn-around time of the individual medical/business practice you visited. Typically anywhere from 2 days to 1-2 weeks, depending on if you are required to see your referring doctor to get the results in person. ...Read more
Depends: This depends on what it is given for. ...Read more
STI Treatment : Most sti's caused by bacteria can be cured with antibiotics which can take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks depending on the type. There are no effective cures for most viral sti's (e.g. Herpes, hiv, genital warts) but various form of treatments are available. Prevention is the best form of cure. ...Read more
20-60 minutes: It varies depending on how many sequences are required. A basic scan runs about 20 minutes, but if the scan requires specialized looks at specific areas (such as the pituitary, the temporal lobes, or the orbits), or if additional sequences with contrast agent are needed, it can take significantly longer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Varies: Angioplasty's can be performed on any artery in the body. Certain areas are easier to access and treat than others. Certain blockages or problems are also more easily treated than others. Some of the shortest angioplasty cases may last only minutes while others may last several hours. ...Read more
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