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Which is the 5th nerve and meckels cave mean when your having an m r i of the head?

Which is the 5th nerve and meckels cave mean when your having an m r i of the head?

Importent anatomical: Location point to detect pathological process , 5 th cranial nerve is trigeminal nerve , at meckels cave , 5 th nerve has a thickening called trigeminal ganglion , CSF ( cerebra spinal fluid ) surrounds it , other important cranial nerves , internal carotid artery , cavernous sinus etc are adjacent to it. Just don't worry about anatomy speak to your doctor will explain to you , your problem. ...Read more

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I was diagnosed with dysmetabolic syndrome x and am still having problems losing weight - what kind of diet/food is best? Help!

I was diagnosed with dysmetabolic syndrome x and am still having problems losing weight - what kind of diet/food is best?  Help!

Difficult: I have the same problem. So do 100 million americans. You are not alone. Here's a link that can give you some guidance but there's no easy solution. http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/mayo-clinic-diet/my01646. ...Read more

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Nickle assosiated with multible food allergy syndrome?

Nickle assosiated with multible food allergy syndrome?

Possible: One can see dietary nickel cause symptoms. Here is a link to a nice paper on this topic. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/pmc2923958/. ...Read more

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What kind of food should one stay away from if diagnosed with carcinoid syndrome?

What kind of food should one stay away from if diagnosed with carcinoid syndrome?

Avoid tyramine: Alcohol, aged cheeses, avocado, and processed foods containing tyramine may increase symptoms such as flushing, wheezing and diarrhea. Avoid them! ...Read more

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Any cure for "dumping syndrome" where food digests very fast?

Any cure for "dumping syndrome" where food digests very fast?

Diet change: Primary recommendations are dietary changes to smaller, more frequent meals. Cholestyramine has been used with some success. And if there is an issue with too much gastrin, proton pump inhibitors can be tried (zollinger-ellison syndrome). ...Read more

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What's the difference between a food allergy and "oral allergy syndrome"?

What's the difference between a food allergy and "oral allergy syndrome"?

Cause of Oral allerg: Oas is seen when people with high level of ragweed pollen allergy feel itchy mouth and throat when they eat melons, (watermelon, cantaloupe, honeydew and rarely cucumbers). Also, birch pollen allergy triggers this when eating peach family fruits ( cherries, apricots, nectarines, etc...), apples and pears. Diagnosis is made by positive tests to the pollen and history. Pollen immunotherapy may help. ...Read more

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