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Is The Picture Different Between Contrast And Non Contrast
Ultrasound pictures. Kid does not look like me. looks like others and with each visit, picture changes. Why would this be happening? I know the kid grows but there are no characteristics and the kid looks like 7 different people. Pulling my hair out with
Man, u need to relax: There is no way one can determine from fetal US pictures if the baby does or doesn't resemble them. The unborn baby is still developing and change their appearance, including facial features right upto and AFTER their birth. Try to appreciate the beauty of human development inside the womb and the miraculous process of birth. There are better ways to handle doubts afterwards. Be supportive now. ...Read more
Yes: We differ in our abilities to differentiate precise colors and nuances. Also, a person with cataracts will have distortion of color. ...Read more
My face looks totally different on both sides. I can't stand my right side but like my left side. And Pictures face on are just terrible. What to do?
None of us are: Truly symmetrical. I encourage you to learn to love yourself. ...Read more
Is it normal that my left jaw looks slightly different from my right? People don't notice it but I do notice it in pictures
ASSYMETRY: IS PRETTY COMMON. It doesn't mean that there is a problem. ...Read more
Can this be a bat bite?
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I got bit by what I'm assuming is a spider. In 3 different areas on my leg, they started out pinkish & now it's day 3 and there a little reddish purple and hardening. What should I do? I took pics as well.
See your doctor: You should see your physician to make sure you don't have a bacterial skin infection such as mrsa. ...Read more
Hi I am wondering if the pictures that I have on file look like hpv or a different std? Please help
Incomplete question: When you submit a question, you must provide enough background information for site docs to review. You must also submit a concise question that reflects the info submitted. This is not a chat room, so any question must be complete, We do not have access to any previous question or data you use upload in files. The sister site Healthtap prime has some of those features. ...Read more
What is t2 hyperintense r/lower pole renal lesion demonstrates hyperintensity on non fatsaturated t1 image. Post contrast vascular phenomenon MRI Scan?
Appearance descripti: These words (presumably from a radiology report) describe what the MRI looks like (hyperintensity — very bright) & the location (lower part of the [renal] kidney) & the way the images were obtained (T2 weighting & fat-saturation T1 & dye [contrast]). All this means nothing without symptoms. For a doctor to help you, he/she needs to know what the MRI was trying to diagnose. W/o symptoms, means noth ...Read more
Mri image of aorta show aorta white but I didn't take any contrast, how did they vizualise my aorta and would they have seen a dissection w/o contrast?
Yes: Special techniques and sequences including 3D have been developed to demonstrate aortic dissections without contrast or gadolinium. Different institutions utilize different techniques according to their skills and comfort. ...Read more
From mirror to mirror, my image changes significantly. Light is a great headache. It feels like my eyes cant adjust to different levels of light, why?
In an MRI of the spinal cord, what can a dark spot surrounded by a white ring I indicate? It was a SAG STIR image done without contrast.
Likely normal cord:
A STIR sequence is to evaluate edema or fluid.
On an axial slice using STIR technique you will normally see dark signal from the spinal cord surrounded by bright cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) in the spinal canal. However, inspection of all sequences are used to make a determination.
Definitely your review radiology report with your physician and the radiologist for answers. ...Read more
What are the different types of ultrasound? I've heard about level 2 ultrasound and seen some friends 3d ultrasound photos. What should I ask my ultrasound tech so I can get the best ultrasound pic of by baby?
3D : Level 2 ultrasound is the full anatomy scan of your fetus. To get the best picture you would ask for 3d us. Not too beneficial for diagnostic purposes but gives better pictures of the outside surfaces such as a face. ...Read more
In bed, I felt as though my heart was pounding but also not regular as usual, Ive been checking my HR lately, as it’s been slightly elevated. checked my HR & The rhythms looked different to me? Wonder if it’snormal? Have pictures
Needs examination by doctor and possibly an ECG (heart tracing) if in doubt. Without seeing the rhythms a little difficult to comment here
Here is some general information on palpitations.
http://patient.info/health/palpitations-leaflet ...Read more
IV contrast. : IV contrast fills blood vessels and helps to identify vascular structures, differentiating them from non-vascular structures. ...Read more
I had 2 chest x rays done 2 different times with portable mechine I seen the image but did not see the ribs just lungs is that possible.
The ribs: Should always be seen on a properly performed chest X-ray, but portable chest X-rays are notorious for having less than optimal technique, so if the X-ray energy is too high("over penetration"), they may be "burned out" on the image and difficult to visualize. ...Read more
I have an asymmetrical mole with different shades and a small black tubular growth crossing it. I used a pic of it for my profile. Is it melanoma.
When is the contrast needed in a head mri? If I prefer to skip it, will this be a good enough image to rule out brain legions for balance issues?
CT w contrast "findings" says known pulmonary emboli. "Impression" says no pulmonary emboli and was sent home. The pics weren't great quality. Clot?
What is the different between one series of Spine MRI pictures to Cervical, Thoracic, or lumbosacral Spine Mri (each separate)?
Palpable, visible, immoveable lump on jaw. No mass, but area of increased density on one CT image. No contrast. What could it be?
Bone cyst other: You have a palpable mass on the mandible or jaw. You had a CT scan without contrast and it showed increased density. You should continue to follow with your ENT doctor about the mass. They may order a panorex of the jaw. So long as the mass does not change in size and does not cause disfigurement then best to continue to observe. ...Read more
My son has a persistent path of ringworm on his leg. I've been using OTC Clotrimazole 2x daily for 4 weeks, with no change. Should I try a different OTC cream, or is a doctor visit needed at this point? I have pics available.
Does not sound .: Does not sound like ring worm please upload your pictures ...Read more
I get random small round red spots or small round bruises on different areas of my arms and legs what causes this? I can email a pic if anyone wants2c
Sorry, no pics.: You cannot upload pics on this forum. If you have something which a picture helps sort out, consider a video or text consult on Healthtap Prime, which is very reasonably priced, and you may upload images, lab results, and other health data. ...Read more
"Live" appointments: HealthTap PRIME doctors see and treat you, via smartphone, tablet, or laptop. They can see photos you upload into your FILES. You can also send images while in the middle of a live PRIME consultation. PRIME can be accessed from anywhere in the world, and patients just have a monthly subscription fee. (Doctors answering the regular, free questions are NOT able to see patients' images or photos.) ...Read more
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