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Is the gym affects the longitudinal growth?

Is the gym affects the longitudinal growth?

Gym effect: Your longitudinal growth is affected by your genetic makeup not by gym effects. ...Read more

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Are longitudinal growth continues to 21 years?

Are longitudinal growth continues to 21 years?

No, that is rare: If no growth over the past year, then growth has finished. Most people reach their maximum height in their late teens. Without nutritional problems or chronic childhood illnesses, height is largely based on genetics and parental heights. Aside from eating right, exercising, sleeping well, and being happy, there's not much a person nor his doctor can do to increase height. ...Read more

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What are the reasons that affect longitudinal growth?

What are the reasons that affect longitudinal growth?

Most important: Most important factor is heredity. Can also be affected by diet, activity, climate, working conditions, etc. Factors too numerous to mention. ...Read more

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Is weightlifting affect longitudinal growth?

Is weightlifting affect longitudinal growth?

No in you age: You know this king of exercise make your muscles growth no you hight. ...Read more

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How much walking should I do in a camboot, I have been diagnosed with a longitudinal tear?

How much walking should I do in a camboot, I have been diagnosed with a longitudinal tear?

As tolerated: A cam boot would traditionally protect a longitudinal tendon tear in your foot or ankle, and so, unless your doctor instructed you otherwise, it is likely you could walk as much as tolerated. I would check with him or her first. ...Read more

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Is weightlifting affect longitudinal growth, I need a clear answer?

Is weightlifting affect longitudinal growth, I need a clear answer?

No: Weight trsining is importanr for losing weight. Raising you metabolism, strengthning your bones and muscles, and improving your fitness., . ...Read more

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When is Longitudinal Pancreaticojejunostomy (Puestow Procedure) necessary for pancreatitis patient.?

When is Longitudinal Pancreaticojejunostomy (Puestow Procedure) necessary for pancreatitis patient.?

RX for CRAP: When a person has Chronic Recurrent Acute Pancreatitis it is caused by scarring and stricturing of the main pancreatic duct of Whirsung usually caused by alcohol abuse.
The pancreas if fillet open and allowed to drain into the small bowel and relieves pain and symptoms ...Read more

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Is Longitudinal Pancreaticojejunostomy (Puestow Procedure) BEST for idiopathic recurrent acute pancreatitis boy of 19 age pain is weekly once if start?

Is Longitudinal Pancreaticojejunostomy (Puestow Procedure) BEST for idiopathic recurrent acute pancreatitis boy of 19 age pain is weekly once if start?

Need ERCP / MRI: See gastroenterologist and if these test show strictures of the Dust of Wirsung and pancreatic inflammation then I would say yes. Have it done at major university where the do hundreds a year (ie. UCLA) ...Read more

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Is surgery necessary for longitudinal peroneal tendon split?

Is surgery necessary for longitudinal peroneal tendon split?

Function: Studies show surgery if indicated for ruptures or when injuries diminish function. See ortho surgeon for expert consultation. Http://emedicine. Medscape. Com/article/91344-treatment#d10 ...Read more

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What do you recommend to treat a severed posterior longitudinal ligament?

What do you recommend to treat a severed posterior longitudinal ligament?

Depends: I presume you are speaking of the finger PLL. Treatment techniques depend on severity, age of injury, and the amount of deformity. If it is recent, splinting or surgery can correct the problem. If it occurred long ago, surgery may be the only way to correct it. If the deformity is mild, some people forego surgery and accept mild deformity after initial splinting. ...Read more

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IS Longitudinal Pancreaticojejunostomy (Puestow Procedure) safe for 19 yrs boy with idiopathic chronic pancreatitis. Bearable pain and is reducing.

IS Longitudinal Pancreaticojejunostomy (Puestow Procedure) safe for 19 yrs boy with idiopathic chronic pancreatitis. Bearable pain and is reducing.

For intractable pain: This procedure is performed to treat intractable pain in patients with chronic pancreatitis who have pancreatic ductal dilatation. The rationale for this operation is to relieve the ductal hypertension, and thus pain. It's a relatively safe procedure. Majority of patients remain pain-free or have significantly improved pain following the operative procedure.
Some data shows slow progression after. ...Read more

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I have a longitudinal peroneal brevis tendon split. Pain is on the opposite side of the ankle. Why?

I have a longitudinal peroneal brevis tendon split. Pain is on the opposite side of the ankle. Why?

You could be: "overcompensating" to AVOID pain on the same side as the tear. (A major symptom of Peroneus Brevis tear is pain on walking!

Apply ICE to both sides of your ankle prior to activity and wear good ankle supporting shoes (Until this is dealt with via surgery)
Hope this helps!
Dr Z ...Read more

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I have pttd w/ a longitudinal tear on my tendon. I've tried the brace and now orthodics. Nothing helps and now surgery is suggested. Should i?

I have pttd w/ a longitudinal tear on my tendon. I've tried the brace and now orthodics. Nothing helps and now surgery is suggested. Should i?

Surgical repair: If conservative care hasn't helped, then get a consultation of surgery. While the incision is relatively long, the tendon is pretty much right under the skin, so the level of discomfort post-op isn't that bad. Good luck. ...Read more

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Is Longitudinal Pancreaticojejunostomy (Puestow Procedure) compulsary for a idiopathic chronic pancreatitis 19yrs boy who has less pain history 5times?

No: A puestow procedure is a very involved operation and not without risk. It is designed for pancreatitis symptoms that are resistant to conventional medical treatments. Once these are exhausted then one can consider surgical options. If you have questions about risk and percentage of success tthen talk directly with a surgeon who has plenty of experience with pancreatic surgery, it is an uncommon su ...Read more

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I have thin, black longitudinal lines running down the nails of 3 fingers. Some are wider than others. I also have vitiligo. What causes the lines?

I have thin, black longitudinal lines running down the nails of 3 fingers. Some are wider than others. I also have vitiligo. What causes the lines?

Pigment cells: This is caused by pigmentbcells at the base of the nail and is common in african americans. The vitiliog is not conner ted but can be treated depending on the area, and size of the vitiigo. The lines do not require treatment. Removal would require surgery which is not recommended. ...Read more

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How can you avoid or slow down the neck longitudinal ligament calcification?

How can you avoid or slow down the neck longitudinal ligament calcification?

You can't: An anomaly primarily in Asians. No way to prevent or avoid. If becomes a problem, can be surgically treated. ...Read more

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Hi, my uterus size is : longitudinal 51 mm, anterio-posterior 30mm and transverse 37 mm is that normal?

Hi, my uterus size is : longitudinal 51 mm, anterio-posterior 30mm and transverse 37 mm is that normal?

Sonogram report: The numbers that you listed are within the normal range. Specific sonograms reports should be reviewed individually by the doctor who ordered the test who can interpret the results in the proper clinical context ...Read more

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Can someone explain. Liver normal contour. Diffusely increased in echogenicity compatible with hepatic steatosis. 17cm in longitudinal dimension.?

Can someone explain. Liver normal contour. Diffusely increased in echogenicity compatible with hepatic steatosis. 17cm in longitudinal dimension.?

Hepatologist: The findings are consistent with a fatty liver and a hepatologist or gastroenterologist would be best qualified to evaluate, advise and treat you as well as order any other appropriate testing. Fatty livers are taken quite seriously and efforts to prevent liver damage are important. ...Read more

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Ultrasound showed right kidney cortex demonstrates slight increase in echogenicity, measuring 6.7x3.0x3.7 cm in longitudinal. No right hydronephrosis,?

Ultrasound showed right kidney cortex demonstrates slight increase in echogenicity, measuring 6.7x3.0x3.7 cm in longitudinal. No right hydronephrosis,?

? renal mass on echo: 58F from LA notes:Ultrasound showed right kidney cortex demonstrates slight increase in echogenicity, measuring 6.7x3.0x3.7 cm in longitudinal. No right hydronephrosis,? ANS: Need to know why the ultrasound was done. Sounds like a renal cyst but CT better to followup on. I specialize in these problems so can do 2nd opinion if desired. ...Read more

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What does artifact on the proton axial sequence suggesting a longitudinal split mean on a MRI? What does fluid in the subdeltoid and subacromial bursa

What does artifact on the proton axial sequence suggesting a longitudinal split mean on a MRI? What does fluid in the subdeltoid and subacromial bursa

Possible tear: From your question it sounds like the images show something along the length of a tendon that could be from artifact or a tear. Fluid in the subdeltoid and subacromial bursa are secondary findings of a rotator cuff tendon tear. Rotator cuff tendon tear can happen in along the grain of the tendon (a longitudinal split) or across the grain of the tendon which shows up as a discontinuous tendon. ...Read more

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What kind of treatments for a pacient suffering from complex liver cyst sizing 9.61 CM x 8.87 x 8.96 CM in liver measures 14.3 CM in i'ts longitudinal?

What kind of treatments for a pacient suffering from complex liver cyst sizing 9.61 CM x 8.87 x 8.96 CM in liver measures 14.3 CM in i'ts longitudinal?

It depends: Unless the cyst is causing symptoms or growing in size steadily over a period of one or two years, you may not to do anything other than follow upmonitoring. The follow up should be done with a hepatologist or a gastro-enterologist...He/she can guide/advise you further. ...Read more

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Doc suggested Longitudinal Pancreaticojejunostomy for me iam 19.have idiopathic chronic pancreatitis. Am taking creon, ursoidal. If pain then tramodol.

No question: I'm not sure what you're looking for, but the procedure suggested is typical for chronic pancreatitis. The goal of the operation is usually pain relief, and there is some older experiments that suggest it may even preserve some of the digestive function of the pancreas. Hope this helps! ...Read more