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Human Antithrombin Iii Medication
Risk of blood clot: All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, if the test was done correctly, it means that you are at risk for developing blood clots. You may wish to consult a hematologist for further evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
I had 3 to 4 blood clots in lungs and hospital did a test to see why i had them fibringen antithrombin III protein c protein c antigen all high?
Not the cause of PE: Pulmonary embolism (pe) is an abnormal clot. Your docs are looking for cause. Fibrinogen is an acute phase reactant and is not likely a cause of your clot. Low protein c and low at-iii can contribute to pe; however your values are high and therefore did not contribute to your pe. I am sure your docs are looking for other causes. Good luck. ...Read more
Our two different radiologists disagree about Folfox vs. CapeOx for stage III-B CRC for a 30 year old female. We already know about both drugs and their doses, but we can't decide on which drug to use!
Years: That is billion dollar question and also equally that expensive to release the drug . Safety and effectiveness is tested in phase iii for fda approval to go for phase IV to public rx may take may take long time, some times years and some times never drug disappears . Public safety is essential, look what happened to thalidamide , a tragedy. ...Read more
Most are rare: Mitochondrial complex iii deficiency means defect in the third "complex" (structural unit) of the mitochondrial respiratory chain (chain of protein units that produces energy for our cells). All forms of complex iii deficiencies are rare. United mitochondrial foundation has excellent information on various types of mitochondrial diseases, including complex iii: http://bit.Ly/1meless. ...Read more
See a cardiologist..: Although EKG is a great tool for the cardiologist as well as other doctors including emergency doctors, yet it is not a very standard easy answer tool. Q waves generally mean heart muscle damage in the past, yet there are instances that these findings may be because of other reasons... these tools should not be taken in isolation. Please see cardiology specialist or your primary care physician. ...Read more
Knee cap wear & tear: Chondromalacia refers to wearing away of the thin layer of cartilage that lines the ends of the bones in a joint. Hyaline cartilage is a highly specialized material that is 100x slicker than wet ice on wet ice! hyaline cartilage is only about 5mm thick in most joints, and it can wear away as we age. Most times when we use the term chondromalacia patella, it refers to a pain syndrome of the knee cap, or patellofemoral pain syndrome. Its usually best treated with pt to strengthen hip flexors. A good home exercise program can be seen here http://nycsportsmed.Com/knee-foot-and-ankle.Html. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Manageable: I would not expect a cure, but the patient may have several more good years and there is the possibility of a breakthrough. ...Read more
Depends on your plan: Dental insurance is just like any product that has options. The more that the plan payer pays, the more the plan recipient gets in coverage. You will need to evaluate your insurance details and see what needs to be done about your class lll . Are you interested in orthodontics, have a functionality problem, or just need protection against excessive wear on your teeth? Ask your dentist! ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
I have ECG conclusion all normal except for III avf abnormal t wave. What is this? Should i take cautions? Tks
Abnormal T waves : Are not a sign of cad. During an acute coronary syndrome, an ECG may show peak t waves follow by st changes. I do not have your ECG to evaluate but i suspect are normal changes for you. If you are having symptoms like CP with activities a stress test will offer more definite diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can you, please, explain why is it, that st elevation in lead iii greater than the one in lead ii is suggestive of MI?
Hi! I've been told that I have a class III malocclusion and I was wondering what the best treatment option for that is! Thank you!
My son got dx yesterday of salter harris type III in his thumb. However he has no pain at the site. Possible its an old injury or is this normal?
Radiologic diagnosis: with no clinical correlation, however what was the reason to get the study done in the first place, or was it an incidental finding? It is not normal to have this type of fracture, please consult his doctor for further management, which may be just observation, or the need to get a specialist input, best wishes ...Read more
See below: Think you might need to rephrase your questions. The heart has 4 chambers. Upper chamber are the atria, lower chambers are the ventricles. Blood flows thru valves from atria to ventricles. In the right side is tricuspid, in the left the mitral. Then the right ventricle send blood thru the pulmonic valve to lungs. And LV to aorta via aortic valve. flow fwd or backward can cause murmurs. ...Read more
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