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What body parts are affected by sirenomelia?

What body parts are affected by sirenomelia?

Varies: Signs and symptoms of syringomyelia depend on size and location of cyst in spinal cord. May affect the back of neck, shoulders, arms and hands in beginning. Other symptoms: muscle weakness and wasting, loss of reflexes, loss of sensitivity to pain and temperature Other signs and symptoms may include spasms and weakness in arms and legs. Bowel and bladder function can be affected. ...Read more

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What parts of the body are CT scans mostly used for?

What parts of the body are CT scans mostly used for?

There are CT: indications for almost every body part, but in general the most commonly scanned region is probably the abdomen. ...Read more

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What parts of the body are CT scans mostly used for?

What parts of the body are CT scans mostly used for?

There are CT: indications for almost every body part, but in general the most commonly scanned region is probably the abdomen. ...Read more

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'm just genuinely curious, but when people have parts of their body (tumors, cysts, legs, kidneys etc.) removed where do they go?

'm just genuinely curious, but when people have parts of their body (tumors, cysts, legs, kidneys etc.) removed where do they go?

Pathology lab...: When people have tissues / cells removed from their bodies, these specimens are generally sent to a pathology laboratory where lab staff, technicians, and doctors (pathologists) study the tissues and cells (usually under microscopes) to help determine what is wrong with the tissues. The lab will determine if the process is an infection or a tumor and whether or not a tumor is benign or malignant. ...Read more

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Can a man stay conscious while being struck in head multiple times with maglite if he recieved fractures of the left anterior & posterior tables?

Can a man stay conscious while being struck in head multiple times with maglite if he recieved fractures of the left anterior & posterior tables?

It depends...: In all such events, one's symptoms depend on one's individual condition pre-impact, and then on factors such as the force of each impact, associated impacts such as falling on the ground or banging into the wall, the care received afterwards, etc., etc... So, there is no simple answer. ...Read more

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What body systems and organs are affected by astigmatism?

What body systems and organs are affected by astigmatism?

Eyes: Astigmatism is caused by changes in the cornea of the eye. The cornea functions as the watch crystal focusing light into the eye. Astigmatism is the natural changes in the cornea that is one cause of a patient needing glasses or contacts. Astigmatism can be measured by special computers in your eye doctors office! ...Read more

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Numbness whole face, Tongue, mouth, forehead, genetalia region. MRI of brain, cervical and thoracic were normal, LP was also normal?

Numbness whole face, Tongue, mouth, forehead, genetalia region. MRI of brain, cervical and thoracic were normal, LP was also normal?

Neurologist: I would make an appointment to see a neurologist if you did seek a second opinion there are many causes for numbness bout yours is diffuse so I would want to make sure there isn't some overall illness or nervous system condition at fault ...Read more

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Please explain why does my body grow random benign tumors in random places of my body (internal feet, bones, joints, spine)?

Hard to say: There are several disorders that have this feature and without a history, exam and some tests, it is hard to say which type would be involved. ...Read more

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Had MRI of brain. States diffuse pathologic t2 hypersignall noted bilaterally in frontal parietal regions. I'm scared....Dementia? ? Ms???

Had MRI of brain. States diffuse pathologic t2 hypersignall noted bilaterally in frontal parietal regions. I'm scared....Dementia? ? Ms???

Discuss w/ provider: One of the most important parts of imaging is providing meaningful and clear explanations of results to the patient and their family. There is no need for you to suffer additional hrm from being scared. Don't wait - call for a followup visit ASAP. Meanwhile - stop trying to guess at the meaning. It takes doctors years to understand these results. You'll Best! ...Read more

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What parts of the brain are affected by hypnotism?

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What parts of the brain are affected by hypnotism?

Hypnosis: Studies using MRI showed that in highly susceptible subjects there were increase in brain activity in anterior cingulate gyrus and left side of prefrontal cortex. ...Read more

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Can bell's palsy affect other parts of the body?

Can bell's palsy affect other parts of the body?

No: The name bell palsy is specific to its location on the face. A person can have a neuritis with similar changes in nerve function at different body locations but would be called something different. Medical conditions are often named for the person who first published a description in a medical journal so others could be aware of it. ...Read more

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Which parts of the nervous system exactly are affected by epilepsy?

Which parts of the nervous system exactly are affected by epilepsy?

The brain: Nearly any part of the brain, controlling motor activity, consciousness, sensation and thinking can be involved. ...Read more

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I'm 21. Out of absolutely nowhere, developed involuntary facial, hand, foot tics on left side of my body. Occur very frequently during day.norm MRI?

I'm 21. Out of absolutely nowhere, developed involuntary facial, hand, foot tics on left side of my body. Occur very frequently during day.norm MRI?

Tics: Please get a second opinion about your tics. Many neurological conditions are difficult to diagnose at first. If physical etiology is ruled out please look into the possibility of an anxiety disorder and seek psychological support. Peace and good health. ...Read more

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List the cranial nerves: signify each of the nerves function, which ones have parasympathic innervation, which ones are involved in smell, sight, auditin?

List the cranial nerves: signify each of the nerves function, which ones have parasympathic innervation, which ones are involved in smell, sight, auditin?

The cranial nerves: I controls smell; ii vision; iii, iv, and vi all control eye movement; v controls part of the face sensory and muscle; vii is the main facial nerve and controls facial movements; viii is the auditory and vestibular (balance) nerve; xi controls part of the throat & tongue; x controls the gag reflex and parasympathetic function; xi controls the large strap muscle on the side of the neck; xii tongue. ...Read more

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Which body systems are affected by a stroke?

Which body systems are affected by a stroke?

Neuro: A stroke affects your brain and the nervous system. YOur nervous system controls a lot, from breathing, to heart rate, but mainly a stroke reveals itself through a muscle or sensation defect. ...Read more

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