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Lung X-ray during virus: "prominent diffuse interstitial markings. No acute findings/infiltrates"does this mean I have interstitial lung disease?
Psmear result, pus cell 6-8, epithelial cell ++, gram [email protected]+vebacili+, gram-vecocci, -vebacili nil, fungal [email protected] nil, do ihve to wory?
No worry : The primary purpose of pap smear is to detect cancer or pre-cancerous changes of the cervix. Nothing in your report suggests that. Gram positive and gram negative bacteria along with some fungus, epithelial cells, and leukocytes are all normal inhabitants of the vaginal flora. The presence of trichomonas (std) or hpv (std linked to cancer of cervix) would be abnormalities requiring treatment. ...Read more
Develp sepsis treatd as chestinfection,days latr chest/lung cleared,sepsis ongoing,sepsis due to chest/lung infection?or how posible 4m anothr source?
My HBV DNA shows-detcted, spcm value-9.27e+8iu/ml.And5.82 copies.And bfre 6 mnts spcm value was grtr than 1.10e+8iuand 5.82copies.Is there any decrease
Wrong guy: I am an ob/gyn specialist. I have no answer for your question. ...Read more
I got seman tests shows 4-5 sperms only other tests are norml
fnac shows smears shows dispersed sertoli cells admixed with leydig cells and germ cells?
NOA?: I think you have what we might call non-obstructive azoospermia despite a few sperms. We only need the number of sperm to match the eggs from your partner. Needle aspiration is usually not reliable in this situation so open biopsy may be more successful. With so few sperm, you need ivf/icsi. Consult your specialist who has the details of your situation. Best wishes. ...Read more
Sir, my liver tests are:billiribun is0.9, sgot28, sgpt30, albumin 4.0, pti 15seconds, globlin3.2, plalelets155000
but ultra sound has coarse texture?
26 yo m passing worm-like particles in urine. Ua normal. Cytology showed reactive urothelial cells & marked, mixed inflammation. No d/c or dysuria?
Here are some ...: Seeing "worm-like particles" in urine may occur in highly alkaline urine in which some floating particles of amorphous phosphates may be apparent. For such, microscopic urinalysis is the must to follow & close observation as instructed should be taken. Urine cystology would not help much for diagnosis, especially in an asymptomatic 26-y-o men. With these in mind, you can converse with Doc sensibly ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Chrnic pancreatitis EUS showed signs/unknown y nodrinkr/nodrugs - GB gone2001&in hosp5dayswith CP-still be y? I am lessor known gene hemochromotosis
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My unmarried elder brother told me he leaked semen while forced stool excretion, he's scared.He's 28.Std (-)ve.It occurs frequently.Is it alarming?
Had pain in penis n testicles. Got both urine n semen culture done. Found nothing in urine but foulnd klebsiella pneumoniae in semen. Curable? How?
Worry abt ret placenta13 wk pp.Passed yellow mucus/clumps of tissue.nauseous.Low milk supply.No fever/odor.Dr said no worries unless fever/odor. True?
Yes true: Retained placenta usually causes persistant cramping and bleeding and wouldn't affect your milk supply. However, if you can save some of the tissue in a clean zip lock, your gyn can send it to pathology to confirm what it is. This might just be membranous endometrium. In addition check a pregnancy test as this could be a new pregnancy. Breast feeding isn't protecting you anymore. ...Read more
Just finish psmear, pus cell6-8, epithilial cell++, gram+vecocci++ @ +vebacilli+, tricho vginalis nil, gram-ve cocci @ -ve bacilli nil.Do I have std?
This doesn't tell: There is nothing here to say "yes", but this doesn't rule most stuff out. You may have hpv / human papillomavirus, sypilis, chlamydia, hiv, hepatitis, crabs, herpes gonorrhea or trichomonas that is not active, the pap smear isn't about ruling these in or out; it is primarily a search for malignant / premalignant cells. I'm sorry if there was some confusion. Best wishes. ...Read more
Hi, I'm 22 yrs old, F. Just wanna ask about my sputum results. 1stday: No AFB seen, PUS cells:few, Epithelial cells:few. 2nd day same except PUS:rare?
Pus cells;WBCs: Pus cells are white blood cells. It is normal to have a few or rare pus cells in a sputum but it would be concerning for infection if there were large numbers of them. AFB are acid fast bacilli and these are a marker for tuberculosis. The results are normal on both days with no sign of infection or AFB. However if they are concerned about TB with you then a sputum culture is needed. ...Read more
Vaginal discharge, & hv the gram stain result: smear shows few gram neg bacili n sngles, few gram pos cocci n sngles n mode8 epthelial cels n pus nted?
28/male/non smoker/Asthma/GERD. Chest x-ray for tightness/dyspnea showed interstitium slighty coarse with no acute abnormalities. Concerned, IPF?
Talk to doctor: Chest x-ray is not a good way to diagnose IPF. From what I can see, the likelihood is low . But if you are concerned there are more accurate way to rule out IPF (HRCT chest, DLCO/PFT etc). ...Read more
See answer: The number of WBCs considered normal is typically 2-5 WBCs/hpf or less. A high number of WBCs indicates infection, inflammation, or vaginal/skin contamination. Normal number of RBCs 1-3/hpf. Both amorphous urates and mucus threads are not uncommon findings and usually by themselves have no clinical significance. Overall, a fairly unremarkable U/A with mildly elevated WBCs. Urine culture to r/o UTI ...Read more
3/17/14 cxr showed scarring in lung. Oct/2014 cxr was clear.Asbestos xposre in july breif. Is scarring from xposre. Is scarring fatel?
I wouldn't worry: Brief asbestos exposure is very unlikely either to cause scarring -- especially scarring that one radiologist sees and the other doesn't, making it a likely overcall. Even people with a little asbestos on board seldom die of it -- though heavy exposure is serious. I trust you're not a smoker. The old EPA "zero tolerance even for one fiber" was simply politics. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer