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What are Cameron lesions?

What are Cameron lesions?

Gastric erosions : Cameron lesions are linear gastric ulcers or erosions on the mucosal folds at the diaphragmatic impression in patients with a large hiatal hernia. The lesions are associated with occult bleeding and development of chronic iron deficiency anaemia, but are often overlooked during routine endoscopy. ...Read more

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What areinstetine lesions?

What areinstetine lesions?

This: Is a generalized term. I imagine that in one way or another the bowels (intestines ) has been visualized and "something" was found. The question is was that something is important, or not. I deduct most probably it was not as otherwise it would have been spelled out and called by its name such as ulcers, polyps, inflammation, etc. Etc. The doctor should most define what were those lesion. ...Read more

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Could you tell me what are melanocytic lesions?

Could you tell me what are melanocytic lesions?

Melanocytic: These are lesions that contain melanocytes which are the pigment cells. Such lesions include moles, freckles, etc. ...Read more

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Should i be concerned with these lesions on my husbands back?

Should i be concerned with these lesions on my husbands back?

Internet medicine: I am sorry to report using the word "lesions" is way too ambiguous to give you any valid response. Skin is hard enough to discuss on the internet. Please be more specific. ...Read more

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Can lesions be in seman?

Can lesions be in seman?

Doesn't make sense: A lesion is a visual representation of damage or disease on something solid (e.g. Skin or organ). Semen is liquid. There may be abnormalities in the semen signifying a problem elsewhere that may lead you to a lesion on the organ (e.g. Prostate) but a liquid material like semen can't have a lesion. ...Read more

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What causes vascular lesions?

What causes vascular lesions?

Depends: It depends on what type of vascular lesion one is dealing with. ...Read more

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What dries out herpe lesions?

What dries out herpe lesions?

Location: It depends on location, but astringents such as aloe vera and aveeno (oatmeal) work well and are inexpensive. ...Read more

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Would you treat MS with no lesions?

Would you treat MS with no lesions?

Prevention or Rx?: Ideally, someone diagnosed with MS has no lesions because they have responded well to treatment. The goal of treatment is to prevent attacks, and in a sense, to prevent lesions. It is not obvious that MS is the diagnosis if there are no lesions at the onset of the condition, however. ...Read more

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What is this hypoattenuating lesions?

What is this hypoattenuating lesions?

Low density: Hypoattenuating is a term that means low x-ray density. Lesion means a non normal area but not necessarily bad (cancer or infection). There are many benign lesions. Usually, a low density lesion is benign but should be investigated further. ...Read more

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What do vulvar lesions usually look like?

What do vulvar lesions usually look like?

There are different: Types of vulvar lesions. There is not one particular appearance. ...Read more

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Does anyone have recurrent cervical lesions?

Does anyone have recurrent cervical lesions?

Yes: It is very common for women to have recurrent cervical lesions that can be of all types. If you are talking about cervical dysplasia the hpv virus has probably infected the cervix at one time and can continue to cause issues. ...Read more

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Will ammoxacillin make herpes lesions go away?

Will ammoxacillin make herpes lesions go away?

Not at all: Amoxicillin is an antibiotic used to treat certain bacterial infections. It will not help in any way against a virus such as herpes. Acyclovir or Valacyclovir are antivirals used to treat herpes ...Read more

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Don?T understand what are lesions on the spine?

Don?T understand what are lesions on the spine?

Review with your doc: Without knowing more details about the lesions in the spine and your medical condition, they can be anything from common vascular lesions such as hemangiomas and benign bone islands to malignant lesions. You should review your diagnostic exam result with your physician who will be in the best position to explain these spine lesions. ...Read more

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Does size of hyperechoic lesions mean anything?

That depends: Hyperechoic lesions in what organ? And exactly how is the report worded? I cannot answer based on the limited information provided. ...Read more

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What is people with MS do to avoid having lesions?

What is people with MS do to avoid having lesions?

A FEW THOTS: First, make certain that your medication is potent and safe (consider tecfedera, gilenya, or even tysabri (natalizumab). Make sure that you have adequate vit d levels (about 50-60) and supplement to reach that level. Maintain aerobic exercise, follow both low fat and low salt diets. Try to manage stress as well as possible. Recognize that hot summer weather will potentially increase lesions, so use ac. ...Read more

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Can seborroheic keratosis lesions be multicolored?

Can seborroheic keratosis lesions be multicolored?

SK color: Yes, they can be brown, dark brown/black, light brown or tan. Typically rough texture (like a wart) or waxy texture. Hope this helps ...Read more

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Can seborehhic keratosis lesions be two different colors?

Can seborehhic keratosis lesions be two different colors?

Sure: They usually start as small, rough bumps, then slowly thicken and get a warty surface. Most are tan or brown and can be multiple shades. They have a waxy, "pasted on" appearance...they look like a dab of warm, brown candle wax on the skin. There are some skin lesions, especially smooth moles, with various pigments which should be checked, especially if very dark/black suggesting melanoma. ...Read more

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Can u have herpes symptoms without having lesions or sores?

Can u have herpes symptoms without having lesions or sores?

Herpes Simplex: Yes, it is called asymptomatic shedding of the virus. It is believed that 60-70% of transmission is via asymptomatic shedding oh the virus. Thus, there may be no lesions present but one can still spread the virus. ...Read more

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What is vaginal lesions and what causes them ? What are symptoms?

Too broad: There are probably a thousand different ways to answer this question. That would require a textbook to do it justice. On this simple app it is best to be specific about what you have and what it looks and feels like. ...Read more

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What causes lesions in kidney? I have a few the largest being 23mm.

What causes lesions in kidney? I have a few the largest being 23mm.

Need more info: To answer accurately, need more specifics. Most common kidney lesions are benign cysts. Additional kidney findings include complex cysts, benign tumors such as angiomyolipomas , and cancers. ...Read more