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Left Ventricle Ballerina Foot
Plantar fasciitis: Otherwise known as plantar fasciitis is the most likely cause. Normally caused by excessive weightbearing activity with not enough support being provided by feet. Try more support shoes, inserts and stretching. Ice may also be helpful. If this does not help, see podiatrist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What does the aorta, superior vena cava, inferior vena cava, right and left atrium, left and right venticle, aortiv valve, mitral valve, do?
Heart disease: There is no room here for all that. Look up cardiac physiology online for the explanation. ...Read more
Question: What you describe is quite nonspecific. A pulmonary murmur with peaked p waves of right ventricular load/right atrial enlargement would fit this but so could multiple other things. ...Read more
Pain in back, left leg thigh joint, left leg bone below knee, pain in foot bone near pinky toe & one beside it, glucose levels r elevated bordererline?
Athlete's foot on r foot between 2 toes (gone), and now athlete's foot on L foot between 2 toes. Does this mean diabetes?
Neck pain into forehead and left side of nose left shoulder left arm left elbow left hip left leg left foot. Top of foot feel numb. What is this?
Headache?: Any reason to believe you are having a stroke ? Are you having any weakness anywhere? How is your speech? The areas you described aren't linked so easily. Only place i source i could think of would be in your brain, but even there, what you are describing is just one place. Seek help please! ...Read more
Probably not: First, neck vein distension can be caused by many things, only one of which is heart failure. Second, if it were due to heart failure, it would likely be on both sides, and then would reflect problems on the right heart. But since the most common cause of right heart failure is left heart failure, neck vein distension is a sign of heart failure. But not likely in you. Talk to your own doctor. ...Read more
My left foot towards sideways/outwards, even in different shoes. I'm 67, 6' tall woman, narrow feet with high arch, hammer/crossed toes & neuropathy.
Hip muscle weakness: The neuropathy has not caused the lateral deviation In the foot placement. This is typically a hip,muscle weakness. You should be in a better shoe,to,accommodate the hammer toes, or see a podiatrist to determine if foot reconstruction is needed for these multiple maladies ...Read more
This used to be: Called "idiopathic hypertrophic subaortic stenosis" ihss which was a mouthful reduced to ash, assymetric septl hypertrophy.These may be the cause of sudden death in young athletes, perhaps from arrhthmias, but rescussitation may be difficult. If you know you have this. You warrant a cardiologist to advise management, and it may be minor to nothing, but trust an expert not a website for this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pain started at bottom left foot near heel, now top foot left pain with calf and behind thr knee pain. No swelling, wear sandals, lots of standing?
Foot specialist?: Hard to say, but it could even be from improper fit of your shoes and the standing or both. I would be evaluated by a professional and not try to heal yourself, which could make things worse. ...Read more
Unilateral swelling : The symptoms reported are vague and a doctors visit is recommended to help sort this out. Swelling to a doctor could mean swelling, edema, synovitis, lymphadenopathy, etc. The fact that its unilateral is interesting. With history of cat allergy as listed in your profile, angioedema comes to mind, which can cause swelling attacks and not always symmetric. Good luck. ...Read more
A swollen vessel: There are a network of vessels that criss-cross the foot in the are of the arch. Sometimes if a vessel is engorged (like a swollen vein) a "pulse" can be felt and it may be adjacent to one of the nerves that cross that site. It could cause some vibration sensation as well as some discomfort. Have a podiatrist examine it to determine what is going on. ...Read more
Strassburg sock - gastroc contracture. Keeps foot out of equinus, but stretch felt in mid foot & not ankle/calf. Have CS in medial foot. Keep wearing?
Equinus: Try wearing a night splint that contours to the back of your leg. Stretching exercises, such as a heel drop of a step or a runner's stretch ie. lean into a wall with your arms extended and one leg back. Lean forward to stretch the calf. Hold all exercises 30 seconds, do 2 sets, 3 times per day. Hope this helps. ...Read more
My 10 days son is having right ventricle body-10.1 mm, left lateral ventricle body 11.4 mm Occipital horn right-13.8 and occipital horn left 15mm. ?
Ultrasound or MRI: Sit down with your doctor to discuss the results. Anytime you are unclear about what is happening with your son and what it means; ask for interpretation from his doctor. All the best. ...Read more
Can the right foot have an effect on the left foot? Sprained right ankle three years ago but left foot it's hurting where bone ends on foot. Crackalot
Bone spur and Plantar fascitis in left foot from accident that fractured entire left side of body. Severe pain left outside of foot,under+behind heel.
What could I do about overpronation of right ankle from unhealed sprained ankle injury and normal pronation of left foot. Left knee clicks a lot?
Orthotics or brace: It is important that how your foot comes in contact with the ground that the weight is distributed evenly and not creating imbalance in the joints above, including the ankle. Consider the use of an orthotic and/or ankle brace that keeps the back of the foot (rearfoot bones) aligned and in a more efficient biomechanical position. Visit the podiatrist for a complete evaluation and assessment. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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