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How to cure sarcodocises?

How to cure sarcodocises?

Multisystemic: Sarcoidosis is a multisystemic disorder, can affect all organs. Treatment depends on the organ involvement and the severityof the disease.Steroids are usually the first line treatment . Please consult md who would refer to the specialist depending on the organ involvement. ...Read more

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Osteosarcoma (Definition)

A malignant neoplasm that arises ...Read more


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How to cure paraoid?

How to cure paraoid?

Do you mean paranoia: Don't know "paraoid"- guessing you mean paranoia, unless you mean parotid! like all things, this depends on the cause, which could be schizophrenia or bipolar disorder or heavy metal toxicity or infections of the brain or side effects of legal or illicit drugs or even alcohol. Treatments include pharmaceuticals, counseling, vitamins, herbs, homeopathy etc. Depending on cause. See doc for evaluation. ...Read more

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How can we cure neuroblastoma?

How can we cure neuroblastoma?

Support new research: Depending on the risk group, we cure the majority of children with neuroblastoma using a combination of surgery, chemotherapy, radiation and stem cell transplant. However, there are a significant number of children with high-risk neuroblastoma that ultimately succumb to their disease. Immunotherapy, alk inhibitors, mibg therapy and others are being tested now. More targeted therapy is needed... ...Read more

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How to cure pneumonia?

How to cure pneumonia?

Pneumonia: Pneumonia is an infection of the lungs causes by bacteria or virus. Bacterial pneumonia is more common in community and needs antibiotics . The prognosis depends on various factors like, immunity, age, severity of pneumonia, associated medical conditions like other lung disease, smoking, diabetes etc. the patient will need to see a doctor for exam , investigation and treatment. ...Read more

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How to cure stargardt?

How to cure stargardt?

No cure or treatment: There is no treatment or cure for this disease which is inherited by receiving a recessive gene from each of your parents. Some speculate that bright lights may trigger the macular degeneration, so it is suggested o wear sunglasses to reduce this trigger. ...Read more

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How to cure scoliosis?

How to cure scoliosis?

Depends: Scoliosis is a curvature of the spine in the coronal plane. The majority of cases of scoliosis are mild and do not cause symptoms and do not need treatment. Curvatures greater than 45 degrees usually relentlessly progress, and surgery is really the only cure for large curves. Thank you for your question. ...Read more

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How to treat ewings sarcoma?

How to treat ewings sarcoma?

Combination therapy: Chemotherapy is given to all patients and surgery and/or radiation therapy is used for local control. ...Read more

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How to cure spondylitis?

How to cure spondylitis?

Manageable: Spondylitis the condition related to your spine. It is an anatomical change which does not cause problems in all in all individuals. You need to discuss this with your physician and determine if it is effecting any nerves or cause of the pain that you may be having. In most individuals therapy and exercise will help manage the problem. Surgery may be needed in some circumstances. ...Read more

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How to cure artiritis......

How to cure artiritis......

Depends on type: Osteoarthritis is not curable. You can try exercise for strength training around the joint, physical therapy or injections but eventually it may require a joint replacement surgery. Other types of arthritis such as rheumatoid or psoriatic are treatable. ...Read more

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How to cure gynocomastia?

How to cure gynocomastia?

Gynecomastia: It depends on the etiology, severity of it. Often it resolves on its own. Make sure you have been checked for thyroid and gonad conditions and your medications are reviewed to rule out gynecomastia as a side effect. Some drugs are effective and if it is very severe, surgery is an option. ...Read more

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How to cure bursitius?

How to cure bursitius?

Where?: 'Curing' bursitis is somewhat dependent on its location. Shoulder and hip( greater trochanter) respond well to well- placed injections , rest from offending activities and other treatments.Knee, elbow and other 'bursitis ' often improve from avoiding pressure on the offending bursa.Be more specific ... Best of Luck! ...Read more

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How to cure thayaroid?

How to cure thayaroid?

Thyroid Disease: There is usually not a cure for a hyperactive or a hypoactive thyroid. The treatment is to get the thryoid hormone level in the blood to be normal. That usually means being on medicine for the rest of life. ...Read more

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How to cure ringworm?

How to cure ringworm?

Antifungal med: Ringworm is a skin infection secondary to fungus. Medications such as Miconazole applied to the area as directed on the package should be successful. These medications, creams and lotions, are usually in the "foot" section of a pharmacy or grocery store. You should be certain of what you are treating and if it does not improve with treatment see your pcp. ...Read more

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How to cure cataracts?

How to cure cataracts?

Surgery : Cataracts are the number one cause of treatable/curable worldwide blindness. Cataract surgery, when indicated, is the treatment of choice to improve vision loss associated with the formation of a visually symptomatic cataract. ...Read more

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How to cure dengue?

How to cure dengue?

Dengue treatment : There is no cure for dengue- only what we call supportive treatment. That means, if necessary, the patient can be placed in the hospital and given IV fluids, pain medications and continuous monitoring until they get better. Good to avoid mosquito bites - esp now that it's rainy season there. ...Read more

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How to cure pancreatic cancer?

How to cure pancreatic cancer?

Surgery is Key: The best option for cure is surgery. About 20% of patients with pancreatic cancer are candidates for surgery. The surgery is pancreaticoduodenectomy, also called a Whipple procedure. It usually involves removing. 1. The head of the pancreas 2. A part of the duodenum 3. A of a portion of the common bile duct 4. The gall bladder 5. In many instances a portion of the stomach ...Read more

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How to cure xanthomas?

Xanthomas: These are due to the deposition of excess lipids in the blood: http://health.Howstuffworks.Com/skin-care/problems/medical/xanthomas1.Htm this means you have an elevation of certain blood lipids and this should be evaluated and treated by your doctor with a combination of diet and medications, if necessary, depending on the specific cause of your lipid elevation. ...Read more

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How to cure psoriasis?

How to cure psoriasis?

Sorry but you don't: Sorry but we don't currently have a cure for psoriasis. We can offer various treatments to help you get the symptoms under control but that's not the same as curing you of this condition. Check out https://www.Psoriasis.Org/ and http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/psoriasis/ds00193 for more info on this condition. Then chat w/your dermatologist about what's right for you. ...Read more

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How to cure psoriasis?

How to cure psoriasis?

Psoriasis: There is no cure for psoriasis only control. There are prescription topical steroids. There are intralesional steroid injections. The biologics like Humira, Enbrel, Remicade, (infliximab) and Otezla are very effective at treating psoriatic arthritis and also the skin lesions of psoriasis. Patients with psoriasis are also prone to cardiovascular disease but the biologics help reduce this. ...Read more

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Is it possible to cure osteosarcoma?

Is it possible to cure osteosarcoma?

Yes.: Osteosarcoma can be cured with successful surgical resection and chemotherapy. In some groups, cure rates can be as high as 80%. Though this means that, in the best case scenarios, 20% of patients will have recurrences. Recurrences are much more difficult to cure. Good luck. ...Read more

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What is osteosarcoma?

What is osteosarcoma?

Bone cancer: Osteosarcoma is a cancer that begins in the bones, most commonly seen around the knee, but can involve any bone. It can be painful and can also spread to the lungs. ...Read more

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How can one get osteosarcoma?

No one knows: It is a horrible diagnosis to make and should be treated from the start by a tumor bone specialist. The biopsy may effect the result. ...Read more

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How to tell if I have osteosarcoma?

Biopsy: Osteogenic sarocoma usually presents with bone pain in the area involved with/ without a noticeable mass. While it has a particular appearance on radiology studies, the way to confirm the diagnosis is to obtain a biopsy. So see your doctor for the oppropriate studies and biopsy if indicated. ...Read more

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What are the tests for osteosarcoma?

What are the tests for osteosarcoma?

The test are X-ray: And magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan, computerized tomography (ct) scan, positron emission tomography (pet) scan, bone scan, blood tests and bone biobsy. ...Read more

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What organs can osteosarcoma affect?

Bone: Osteosarcoma is a cancer of the bone. It is most common near the knee. The most common place for it to spread is to the lungs. ...Read more

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How can osteosarcoma affect a person?

In many ways: Osteosarcoma is a primary cancer of the bone. It occurs primarily in the long bones and is usually associated with pain that ocurrs after a seemingly simple injury or pain that does not seem to subside after a normal period of time. A simple xray will dtect abnormal bone formation. A biopsy is needed to confirm and then surgery to remove it and possibly chemotherapy. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of osteosarcoma?

Pain, swelling, fx: The initial symptoms are often nonspecific but generally include intermittent bone/ joint pain that involves primarily one area and that becomes more persistent over time as well as development of a mass/ swelling in the area around the tumor. Occassionally patients will present with a fracture throught the tumor. ...Read more

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How can I tell if I have osteosarcoma?

See a physician: Osteosarcoma in your age group is low probability but the only definitive way of knowing anything about a tumor is to biopsy it and have the cellular structure reviewed by a pathologist. Often physicians use age, location and appearance on different studies to give a probable diagnosis of a tumor but its not definitive without tissue analysis. ...Read more

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What are osteosarcoma survival rates?

Varies: Osteosarcoma survival rates depends on many factors, with age being the most important. Up to 65% of children are cured with surgery and chemotherapy. We are now in some cases curing patients with limited metastatic disease or diseas ein other sites like the lungs. Extensive metastatic disease and age over 40 are typically two bad prognostic signs. This is one i would directly ask your physician. ...Read more

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How do you feel if you have osteosarcoma?

Pain and swelling: Pain is usually the first symptoms, but that applies to many issues. Swelling without a history of injury or trauma will also present, but this is in the later stages. If osteosarcoma spreads to other organs and areas of the body, it can affect overall health and functions of other body parts. ...Read more

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Can other disorders develop from osteosarcoma?

Yes, from treatment: Osteosarcoma is an aggressive bone tumor treated with chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery. The intense treatment can cause later problems, including bone fractures and osteoporosis, neuropathy, loss of fertility, chronic pain, neuropathy, and changes in cognitive abilities. Secondary cancers can develop in the areas where radiation was received. ...Read more

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What is osteosarcoma and how can it be treated?

What is osteosarcoma and how can it be treated?

Bone cancer: Osteosarcoma is cancer caused by the dysregulation and malignant growth of bone cells that produce the hard boney matrix. The treatment options include surgery, radiation, and chemo combination. ...Read more

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If osteosarcoma, what are her chances of survival?

Depends: Is the disease localized or not? If localized, 5 year survival may be 60-80% if not localized, significantly less. Good luck. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Osteosarcoma?

Neoplasm: Osteosaroma is a malignant neoplasm that arises from bone-producing mesenchymal cell ...Read more

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What is the treatment for osteosarcoma?

What is the treatment for osteosarcoma?

This a long subject: In brief hemotherapy, surgery, radiation therapy and experimental treatments. Please read below. ...Read more

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My friend has osteosarcomas, Is that a kind of cancer?

My friend has osteosarcomas, Is that a kind of cancer?

It is a rare cancer: It arises in bone, usually around the knee or shoulder in teenagers and young adults. It is treated with chemotherapy and surgery. Amputation is only rarely required. If caught before it spreads, it can often be cured. ...Read more