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Is Mssa Curable
Adhd attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is often caused or worsened by fluctuating blood sugars as a result of sweet drinks. Reactive hypoglycemia leads to inability to concentrate as the brain is temporarily starved for glucose. Then the low sugar levels stimulate the release of adrenaline leading to the hyperactivity.
Also mineral, hormonal, immune, ANS imbalances may play a role. ...Read more
Resolution: Typically mental health disorder are not thought of as curable. Rather, emotional issues and conflicts are usually though of as being better managed or resolved through psychotherapy/ medication as well. The symptoms, whatever they may be, ideally diminish in impact, but will always be there to a much lessened degree. Through psychotherapy one learns how to recognize triggers of emotional issues. ...Read more
Bronchiolitis Obliterans Organizing Pneumonia is a pulmonary condition. It is categorized as an interstitial lung disease.
Several causes lead to Organizing Pneumonia including autoimmune diseases, toxic fumes, radiation for cancer, infectious causes, etc. Prognosis is based on the underlying cause and duration. Most cases can be treated others are fatal. ...Read more
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Horner's syndrome: a rare condition caused by damage to the sympathetic nervous system that supply the eye on the affected side of the head.
pupil cannot dilate
loss of sweating
constricted pupils on affected side of face.
The treatment depend on the cause. ...Read more
Manageable ED: ED is a major public health concern, beyond mental health. In order to get help, people who suffer from it will have to be committed to a comprehensive treatment, including a medical doctor, a nutritionist, an ED psychotherapist, and peer group support. There are various degrees of severity, and levels of care could be outpatient, intensive OP, Partial hops, Residential & more restrictive IP. ...Read more
No: It is not curable. But it is treatable. ...Read more
Curable: Mycobactrium tuberculosis has different stains and it can affect almost every organ in the body. Most of the time it is curable but you have to take treatment for about 6 months and take it regularly, consistently and at the prescribed dose. ...Read more
Hopefully the link: Below would be of help! Take care! Http://www. Ohsep. Louisiana. Gov/factsheets/mosquitosmart. Htm. ...Read more
Usually: Leukoplakia by definition is a white patch inside the mouth. It could be any number of things from candidiasis to frictional keratosis (rubbing basically). I would have a dentist check it asap just to be sure. Especially if you are a tobacco user. Anything white in the mouth of a tobacco user must be checked for cancer. ...Read more
Call it "stoppable": Retinopathy is damage to the retina, which is the lining at the back of the eyeball that receives light that passes through the lens. Common causes of retinopathy include diabetes and high blood pressure, both of which damage the small blood vessels that nourish the retina. Stopping the diseases will prevent or stop retinopathy, but prior damage is not fully curable. ...Read more
It has to:
Be found out what caused it. A urologist has to check out if both testis are normal, and descended into the scrotum, also to exclude varicocelle (to many veins around the testis).
If all normal down there, an endocrinologist should look into the problem. If the problem has been identified than you will be one step ahead to find out if there is anything available to rectify the condition. ...Read more
Scar tissue: Ild is scar tissue that is in the lungs. There are many causes for this and some are treatable and some are not. The doctor will run test to try to determine the cause and severity of the illness. Once scars have developed then no you can not remove them. Attempts to slow the progression of this is based on cause. Lung transplant in severe cases. Not always treatable. ...Read more
Some are - want more: Polyarthritis is inflammation in many (poly) joints. Classically this is rheumatoid arthritis but can be many types: psoriatic arthritis, lupus, viral infection, bacterial infection, etc. Most are controllable but many types of polyarthrtiis are not curable, but bacterial is. We are working to cure rheumatoid arthritis at the american college of rheumatology through the ref research. ...Read more
Not a disease: Chondromalacia is not a disease and thus there is no "cure." it is softening or wearing down of cartilage. Ask your doctor if he or she has identified the activities (if any) that may have caused the condition. When the joint hurts, rest it, apply ice, and take medications prescribed by your doctor. ...Read more
Can be: Children and adolescents with Hodgkin lymphoma have approximately a 94% 5 year survival rate with proper treatment. Non Hodgkin lymphoma is a lot harder to predict the prognosis of because there are a lot more factors that go into calculating what a specific individual's prognosis is. There are 3 distinctly different kinds of Non Hodgkin Lymphoma and each have their own ways to determine prognosis ...Read more
Its very hard to find a proper cure for a disease, the reason to which is still unknown. There are many leucoderma treatments but none of them are proven 100% successful.
Using colored creams and tanning creams to hide the patches of skin is a more common method. This hides the patches but requires a lot of time to apply the creams and the drawback is it doesn't prevent more spots from appearing. ...Read more
It depends: The majority of cases of PCOS are associated with being overweight or obese causing insulin resistance and in such cases, losing significant weight (? 20 or more lb) can cause symptoms to disappear and periods to become regular but one has to keep the weight off to be "cured". For PCOS in women of normal weight medical treatment to help lower male hormone levels and regulate periods is best. ...Read more
Usually: There are three primary forms of plague, caused by Yersinia pestis which is transmitted via fleas: bubonic plague, septicemic plague and pneumonic plague. Bubonic plague accounts for about 80-90 percent of cases, with septicemic accounting for 10-20 percent. Pneumonic plague is rare. Overall, estimated mortality for untreated plague is 60-100 percent; less than 15 percent if treated. ...Read more
With right treatment: This is a collection of pus between the lung and the inner lining of the chest wall. Usually caused by an infection. Treatment is to cure the infection and drain the pus though antibiotics and placement of a chest tube. Sometimes a surgeon might need to peel away the linings of the lung if the lung can't expand (stuck). With proper treatment and time, patient should recover fully. ...Read more
Sometimes: Dyslexia reflects the brain's inability to decode written information reliably. While it is true that some dyslexics have done great things, that does not make it a non-problem. There are techniques such as fastforward that seem to help the brain modify itself and correct certain types of dyslexia. For most, though, effective techniques help the person work around the problem. ...Read more
No: The answer depends on how you define curable. We don't eliminate glaucoma with today's therapies, and we currently cannot restore vision that is permanently lost due to glaucomatous damage. However, we lower the intraocular pressure through medications, laser, or surgery in order to slow down or halt the rate of glaucoma progression so that you can outlive losing your sight. ...Read more
Yes: Ischemia refers to inadequate blood flow to the heart or other organs. Various techniques such as angioplasty and stents or surgical bypass operations can increase blood flow. Drugs like statins can slow the progression of atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries). Drugs like Aspirin can decrease the risk of blood clots forming on the walls of rough or narrowed arteries. ...Read more
Yes. Survival among: Leukemia patients is influenced by many things, including phenotype, molecular features, presenting white count, patient age, etc. We are making strides every day, with survival improvements across the board. But a leukemia diagnosis does not mean you should give up hope for a long and meaningful survival. For some patients/leukemias survival is near 95%. Be hopeful as you move forward. ...Read more
No: This rare pattern of premature aging is seldom seen by primary care providers. Assessment and confirmantion of any such DX by a geneticist is imperitive. Most work with a team of specialists who can monitor the DX specific healthrisks & provide guidence for your local source of care. They seldom live past their teens & often die of advanced heart disease. ...Read more
No: Some studies showed that uvb-nb phototherapy may restore the pigments but we don't know how long this restoration will last. Even more important, it is the cause for the vitiligo which determines whether it will get worse. Note that vitiligo may well be a manifestation of an autoimmune disease. ...Read more
Possibly: Scientific community, while acknowledge the benefits of exercises and healthy lifestyle in treating diabetes, differ when it comes to the claims of permanently curing disease. Physicians and surgeons are studying pancreatic transplant in patients with uncontrolled type 1 diabetes, but with a functioning kidney. Islet cell transplant from pancreas of deceased to live patient another possibility. ...Read more
Often: There are actually maybe a hundred subtypes by now. Some are famously curable -- most of the time. Some can't be cured -- yet -- but these tend to be slow-growers. In the old days, they were all fatal; be thankful for today's medical interventions that actually work. ...Read more
Not yet: There is not yet a cure for pemphigus vulgaris, but the condition is controllable with immunosuppressive treatment. The usual treatment is with corticosteroids, which are often started at high doses, together with immunosuppressive drugs (azathioprine, cyclophosphamide, cyclosporin, methotrexate, etc.). New medicines called biologics (such as rituximab) are being studied, for treating pemphigus. ...Read more