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Multiple variably sized & shaped necrotizing epitheliod granulomas cuffed by dense lymphoplasmacytic inflamatory cells.PCR negative.pyrexia...-> TB?

Multiple variably sized & shaped necrotizing epitheliod granulomas cuffed by dense lymphoplasmacytic inflamatory cells.PCR negative.pyrexia...-> TB?

Need more info: Where are these granulomas? PCR for what? If tissue was tested for TB and was negative by PCR, it not likely to be TB. From what you have provided a diagnosis of sarcoidosis should be considered, however the issue is too complicated to be addressed in this forum. Please discuss it with your doctor. ...Read more

Plasma Cell (Definition)

A plasma cell is a special white cell typically found in the bone marrow which is responsible for making antibodies. When it becomes cancerous, it causes a condition ...Read more


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What is granuloma?

What is granuloma?

Small nodule: Doctors use the word "granuloma" in different ways. Pathologists may be the most precise in their use. It's basically a collection immune cells (macrophages) that are in a tight knit ball - could be either from an infection or not. There may be some necrosis in the granuloma. ...Read more

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What is a granuloma please? Tysvm

What is a granuloma please? Tysvm

A term used to: Describe a collection of inflammatory cells and most commonly caused by an infection of tissue. Granulomas are commonly found in the lung tissue which most of the time is the result of fungal infection. There are different types of granulomas depending on which tissue they develop in and what infection caused the formation of granulomas. Overall, they are considered benign lesions. ...Read more

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How is a granuloma treated?

How is a granuloma treated?

Depends on the cause: Of granuloma. Tubercular granulomas are treated with antibiotics, whereas sarcoid granulomas are treated with steroid. Other caused of granulomas are foreign bodies, leprosy, fungal infections and some auto-immune disorders. ...Read more

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What is a granuloma?

What is a granuloma?

Benign mass: In a granuloma, a group of macrophages (scavenger cells) stick tightly together to wall something off. It's the basis of the normal response to many things, from tuberculosis to a splinter to an ingrown hair. A calcified, stable nodule on your chest x-ray is likely an old granuloma; most of us here in kansas have one from meeting histoplasmosis. They're seen in many forms in many illnesses. ...Read more

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What is the definition of noncaseating granuloma?

What is the definition of noncaseating granuloma?

Hard in the middle: Granuloma is body defense mechanism response to an antigen which cannot be dealth with. Usually this response is by fibroblasts, macrophages and some inflammatory cells and is like a firm ball, in the center of which is trapped antigen. This is in contrast with caseating granuloma in which there is necrosis in the middle of this ball. This usually formed in tb. Shahzeidi, md. ...Read more

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Can u still go on abroad if u have small granuloma?

Can u still go on abroad if u have small granuloma?

Depends: That depends to where is the site of granuloma and what kind would that be?! for instance if it is in the lung and caseating form you should role out tb. Shahzeidi, md. ...Read more

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What is juvenile zanthro granuloma? How is it treated?

What is juvenile zanthro granuloma? How is it treated?

Franklins: juvenile xanthogranuloma is a self limited skin disorder. Mainly affects infants and small children consists of tan colored firm slightly raised papulonodules several mm in diameter. Treatment varies depending upon location from topical to intralesional steroids surgical removal use of radiotherapy ...Read more

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I have a stitch granuloma. Need to have it cauterised and burnt off. will it recur,what happens after theatre?

I have a stitch granuloma. Need to have it cauterised and burnt off. will it recur,what happens after theatre?

Resolves: Usually when you develop a granuloma like this, cauterizing it will resolve the problem. The cautery will destroy the granuloma and cause and wound that will hopefully heal with normal scar tissue. Occasionally granulomas recurr and have to be treated again with cautery or excision. Good luck. ...Read more

Plasma (Definition)

It is the fluid portion of both the blood and lymph system in which the ...Read more