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Mild Asymmetry Of Soft Tissue Of The Supraglottic Region In Neck Positional Or Rotational
Mild headache on left brow region for 1 month. Comes and goes through out the day. Worst in the morning. With clogged nose and left neck pain. Causes?
The body is composed of tissue that are classically described as beiing derived from three basic embyonic layers known as the endoderm, mesoderm and ectoderm that then differentiate into the structures that compose the body such as skin, soft tissues, bone, muscle, organs, etc. Stem cells are not differentiated and have the potential to ...Read more
Will deep tissue massage/myofascial release work on the occipital region, neck and shoulder help heal or worsen occipital neuralgia?
MY MRCP report tells -pancreatict duct in head body tail region shws mild dilation+abrupt cut in head region+neck tail branches r narrowed. Duct 6mm.
I doubt that you have pancreatic cancer (your age), and I do not have films or complete history. Yet this must be looked further as Pancreatic duct stones or other processes may give these results.
See and experienced gastroenterologist, maybe the person that did the ERCP ...Read more
A long, thin, sharp foreign body under the skin / in the soft tissues of the neck/throat region retained for several months. I consulted a doctor. Who sent me for an X-ray, which didn`t show anything. Subsequently, I also saw another doctor, who sent for
US..: Get soft tissue ultra sound to locate and determine orientation.....then see a doctor to deal with it. ...Read more
Possible to get results with phys. Ther. A year after soft tissue injury to neck? Drs at the time did not refer to pt.
Yes after evaluation: Before you go to pt you should be evaluated by a neurologist or neurosurgeon. ...Read more
Common: Soft tissue tumors include lipomas, which are one of the most common tumors in soft tissue. Therefore, in the head and neck, these are quite common. If you are talking about sarcomas (malignant soft tissue tumors), they are much less common. The location is important: neck versus larynx (voice box), versus oral cavity or nasal cavity: location is important in determining outcome. ...Read more
Abnormal: Masses such as tumors, cysts, abscesses, or enlarged lymph nodes. Can show inflammatory changes of regional structures such as salivary glands. ...Read more
My trapaziod has hurt for 1 month. First as a knot. Now its a litte bigger, hurts into the base of my neck. It also is messing with the soft tissue in?
OTC meds, imaging:
Muscular pain can be frustrating. Taking an anti inflammatory drug such as aspirin, Ibuprofen, naprosyn obtained OTC at a pharmacy may help. Take with food so it does not upset your stomach.
Changing position, work clothes posture may help as well.
Massage and warm shower can break muscle spasm
May need to get imaging tests.
Dr Lange ...Read more
Nodes on CT: This is the radiologist describing how the lymph nodes look...They were easily seen and were separate from the surrounding tissue. As opposed to having strands or invading adjacent tissues, or another favorite is "cannot separate from adjacent organs". It doesn't tell you if there is anything going on in the nodes. It is purely like looking at a picture and trying to put it into words. ...Read more
MRI should: Easily visualize a large tumor, but very small mucosal lesions may only be visualized endoscopically. So the answer is...sometimes. ...Read more
What can I do if my mom has a soft tissue mass on the back of her neck is this most likely benign?
May or may not be: She needs to have it checked by a doctor. Without a medical examination, your guess is as bad as anyone else's. A benign growth typically does not grow...So if it is getting bigger, then a medical check up is essential before it gets out of control. ...Read more
Ii have a soft tissue edema on back of neck with chronic migraines no dr seems to no what 2 do this has been over a year?
Related vs Unrelated: Someone who has mysterious symptoms needs to find a primary care doctor who has the time and an interest in the particular type of symptoms. That doctor can evaluate and refer the patient to specialists to figure things out over time. For soft tissue edema, one needs to find out if it really is edema, and then why it's there. A dermatologist, ENT doctor, rheumatologist, and cancer doctor may help. ...Read more
Can a known maxilary sinus growth vanish? . Assuming its was not a srcs? Can midseptal emphaseyma be same soft tissue srcs in upper lobes, to neck?
Assuming that you meant a polyp or polypoid growth, the answer is possible. But if it is a cancerous growth (much less likely), the answer would be unlikely.
I don't understand what the 2nd part of the question is either. In the future, it is best to post one question at a time given the limited space for replies. ...Read more
It depends how you: Define 'upper'. The cervical esophagus (the part in the neck) is demonstrated, but most of the esophagus is in the chest. ...Read more
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