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Lower Extremity Venous Duplex
How can I have a ultrasound in the lower extremity that revealed venous insufficiency in the saphenous vein but no varicose vein?
Saphenous vein Weak: A vein ultrasound can reveal early vein dysfunction in the saphenous vein (venous insufficiency with valve dysfunction) before it becomes clinically evident. The most common visible physical finding with saphenous reflux is either varicose veins or leg swelling. If the study is done early on in the condition before the dysfunction is severe, you can see the insufficiency without varicose veins. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Lower extremity: Legs. ...Read more
BLELDSM made simple: In sensory polyneuropathy, sensory nerve fibers that carry info about temperature, touch, pain, & position are damaged & can't transmit signals. Length-dependent means limbs furthest away are 1st to be affected, as in both lower legs. Common causes include diabetes, nutrient deficiency, connective tissues disorders, infectious diseases, or toxins. Blood tests can rule out most of these causes. ...Read more
I am 40 with unexplained lower extremity parapasesis. I cant move anything waist down. how much muscle loss/ nerve loss to expect.
Insufficient data: First of all, "paraparesis" MEANS lower extremity weakness. What does "unexplained" mean? That you can't explain it, or your doctors can't? Are you absolutely sure they didn't find a cause? Some patients just don't get it the first time around. - If the weakness is from the CNS (spinal cord), you'll get disuse atrophy. If PNS (lumbosacral plexus), you'll get neurogenic atrophy - much worse. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not a common feature: Leg pain is not a usual feature of ovarian cancer. A person with ovarian cancer may develop deep vein thrombosis in the legs and have pain, but that is not common. Unfortunately ovarian cancers do not cause specific symptoms, at least not in early stages. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can a bad chiropractic adjustment of the lower extremity cause permanent disability? ex.pubic symphysis.
Unlikely: Forces required to disrupt injure the human pelvic ring are massive in the lab and beyond what can be produced by hands applied externally ...Read more
I had a Bilateral Lower Extremity Angiogram on 12/12/14. I woke up tonight and have pain in my groin and pain in my left leg. What should I do??
See a doctor: This may or may not be related to your injection of medication. Things to consider are a cellulitis (skin infection), blood clot in the deep veins of your leg, or just inflammation/clotting of the superficial veins in your leg. Please have yourself evaluated by a doctor asap. ...Read more
I have nontraumatic compartment syndrome of lower extremity is this something that could be corrected with a laparoscopic surgery?
Fasciotomy procedure: The surgical procedure for people with compartment syndrome is known as a fasciotomy and this may be done as an open procedure, or with assistance from an endoscope. Prior to the procedure you will also need to have testing done to confirm your intercompartmental pressure to see if you are a good candidate for the fasciotomy. Conservative treatment options should be exhausted before surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
MRI without "dye": Some hospitals have a permanent MRI unit; others share one with other hospitals; there are also free-standing imaging offices that do ct's & mri's. Unless you are allergic to contrast (dye) or have severe kidney disease, contrast is used for an optimal study. Discuss that issue with the doc ordering the mri. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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