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Lesion In Mid Right Cereubellum
How serious, lesion on R PAV 40% stenosis 9mm lenght. Lesion on Mid RCA 20% stenosis 19mm lenght. Thank you?
Heart disease: I means you do have heart disease. It would be a good idea to exercise and eat a healthy diet. If you smoke, quit. DASH diet to improve blood pressure and health. I am sure your doctor also recommended a statin medication to lower your cholesterol to prevent further blockage of the blood vessels ...Read more
There is presence of large non-enhancing predominantly hypodense lesion (HU-80) seen involving the upper and mid pole of right kidney. It measures ~166?
Cyst: It is likely a cyst, which is oft;en benign. However, I would recommend the opinoin of a urologist. ...Read more
What is a low-density lesion medially in mid pole of kidney, most likely represent a cyst, can't be definitively characterized as study is unenhanced.
Probable cyst: Based on the test result but the radiologist is not sure. Strongly suggest an informed followup discussion with the doctor that ordered the test. ...Read more
LCX (left circumflex): om1 has ostial lesion (>80% stenosis).om2 got critical stenosis in mid course. Rest of LCX is normal. Ur advice stent, medicine?
Cad: Films need to be reviewed with good history and physical along with other diagnostic tests ...Read more
US 3.8cm mildly complex ovarian cyst. Septations mainly in mid aspect of lesion and no vascularity seen. What does "mildly complex" mean?
Great question: Not really sure. Any thing that is not a simple cyst is called complex. Sometimes the person who is reading the report does not think it is so bad so calls it mild. But it is not really a medical term. ...Read more
I had a focal lesion on my head at birth due to some doctors negligence. Can it trigger simple partial seizures now that I am in mid-twenties?
Almost any focal brain lesion can act as a focus for partial seizures. These can happen at any age and may appear years after the original insult.
Simple partial seizures may be difficult to pick up on routine eeg and may need prolonged monitoring. Generally speaking, we can only pick them up on routine eeg 30-40% of the time. ...Read more
Hi I have a sore mons pubis in one area but when I try looking there is no lesion so what is the cause of this pain it's only on the left mid section?
Pain: It could be muscular in this region as many muscles attach in this area. ...Read more
Focal lesion mid brain tegmentum on the right side involving the periaqueductal region and tectal plate, t2 flair images in mid brain. How serious is?
Some comments: Cannot interpret the exact nature of your lesion from your description, but would certainly have an experienced neurosurgeon evaluate. Could well be a benign chronic lesion, which may have been present for years, but regardless, get this addressed and treated, so you can feel better about this. ...Read more
A barium swallow test result said that I had 3 small mucosal lesion within mid/distal esophagus. What should be done?
Within cortex of mid pole of the right kidney, there is a 6x7x5mm echogenic lesion with no posterior shadowing. What does this mean? Stone or tumor?
Not likely a stone: The lack of shadowing generally means that it is not a Stone. Is it a complex cyst or a tumor or a benign mass? That depends on a myriad of factors. While doctors may have their suspicions, the proof is in a biopsy. If the pt is otherwise healthy, it may not be worthwhile to biopsy an incidental lesion. TTYD or use HealthTap Prime. Good luck! ...Read more
I have <1cm hyperechoic lesion at mid-lower right kidney. No symptoms outside mild back stiffness. Urine/IVC/liver = normal. How worried should be?
Possible cancer: A hyperechoic lesion should be evaluated. Check to see if Hgb increasing or blood in urine. An angiogram of kidney should be performed because of increased vascularity of kidney tumors and a PET scan would also indicate if lesion is possibly malignant. A needle bx then required to make histologic dx. ...Read more
What is left hyperbole in renal area and possibility of being a cancer have lesion right upper lobe lung have had right mid lobectomy.
Here are some. ..: You should get in touch with your treating Doc to discuss the details of your concerns so to best benefit from medical care in considering the clinical complexity & severity of your illnesses. Online guessing & inquiring is definitely not sufficient to address what in mind through a 400-letter space. So, collect the onset, degree, duration, & progress of all your Sx and bring those to your Doc... ...Read more
Fluoroscopic Esophagram shows Mildly delayed peristalsis within the mid esophagus. No evidence of stricture or obstructive lesion, or tertiary contractions. Small reducible hiatal hernia present. PLEASE Explain. And what is solution? THANKS A LOT Drs
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Catscan for microhematuria revealed a focus of sclerosis in left superior sacrum representing a bone island or Chondroid lesion and 2nd smaller sclerotic focus in mid left iliac bone presumably of similar etiology. Is this of any concern?
Ortho oncology: Multiple lesions are concerning. You should see an Orthopaedic oncologist for the proper work up which may involve a biopsy. I would not take any chances. ...Read more
Periodically I get sm 2mm or less skin lesions. They start dark like a burn that part falls off leaving a light the mid and drk around. No itch/pain.
Skin lesions: Thank you for your question. Skin lesions that burn and then leave pigmented marks may be caused by many things. There are forms of inflammatory conditions of the skin that could cause a rash as well as responses to external/internal sources such as allergies or otherwise. Having an examination performed by a qualified medical practitioner would be helpful in diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
I had severe lung TB, took my course for 6 months. My X-RAY report shows Fibrotic Koch's lesions in both upper/mid zones. Danger? Treatment?
Yes....: Need to FU with treating doctor to determine cur vs continued disease process. ...Read more
Got my bone scan. Multifocal uptake seen in mid to distal radius and ulna? Subtle uptake in distal aspects of both bones but no bony lesions? Meaning?
5 months upper-mid abd. Pain/18 pound weight loss. Upper GI, US, 2 CTs, 1 MRI. UGI found gastritis, HP neg. No help from PPIs. Gallbladder ok. CTs/MRI followed spleen lesions, thought now to be Sarcoid. Could Sarcoid cause other pain? (Lungs ok.)
Abdominal pain: Your various and detailed testing only showed gastritis but your ongoing pain combined with significant weight loss suggests more than gastritis going on. I recommend a gastroscopy with special attention to areas of the stomach where some gastric ulcers-benign or malignant are difficult to visualize. If you've already had a gastroscopy I recommend another one for thoroughness. ...Read more
Get eval: There are multiple causes of back pain, and it very common, being one of he most common reasons for visits to the Dr. Could be arthritis, to strain, to a pinching nerve form a disc issue, etc. Take some OTC medications and use heat to the area, call the Dr and get an eval for the proper diagnosis and treatment. Good luck, get well soon. ...Read more
Depends on risks: You should have a thorough vision exam by a trained eye practitioner (optometrist or ophthalmologist) every 2-3 years before the age of 40, then every year or two after the age of 40. If you have diabetes, it should be an annual exam independent of age. A number of diseases can present/be found on a dilated eye exam. It's amazing how much information we can gain by looking in your eyes! ...Read more
Yes.: Mid left back symptoms could be referred to left kidney, spleen or back musculature. ...Read more
Yoga & swimming: Try these activities to keep your muscles toned and working well. ...Read more
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