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What is the definition or description of: Rotated ears?

What is the definition or description of: Rotated ears?

Rotated ears: Low-set ears are often posteriorly rotated. This dysmorphic feature can be associated with a number of medical conditions. ...Read more

Dr. Milroy Samuel
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Rotated Ears (Definition)

Low-set ears are often posteriorly rotated. This dysmorphic feature can be associated with a ...Read more


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Would someone with digeorge syndrome have rotated ears?

Would someone with digeorge syndrome have rotated ears?

Has low sst ears: These babies have certain facial features like low set ears, wide set eyes or a narrow grove in the upper lip and may have cleft palate. ...Read more

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Treating a Rotator Cuff Injury (Checklist)

Have a check-up with your orthopedic or sports doc
Monthly
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Why does the bone posterior to my ears on both sides always make sound while i chew? (No pain) Is that normal?

Why does the bone posterior to my ears on both sides always make sound while i chew? (No pain) 
Is that normal?

Ears: You probably have some arthritis of temparomandibular joint. Do you grind your teeth during sleep or chew gum excessively? ...Read more

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If a spider bit my ear would my posterior cervical lymph nodes swell?

If a spider bit my ear would my posterior cervical lymph nodes swell?

Spider bite: Hello. Yes, a spider bite can induce posterior lymph node activation and swelling. See your doctor for a thorough evaluation and treatment. ...Read more

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Treating Swimmer's Ear (Checklist)

Keep water out of ears (use earplugs or shower cap when showering)
Daily
Use eardrops as directed
Daily
Use Tylenol or warm compresses to minimize pain
3x day
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Treating an Ear Infection (Checklist)

Look for other sources of ear pain besides infection
Once
Ask doc if TMJ (spasm of muscles to jaw joint) is causing ear pain
Once
Know that middle ear fluid isn't necessarily infection
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Look for ear pain and ear drainage -- both signs of infection
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Is a lympf node supraclavicular or cervical posterior if its located behind the ear nibble but straight down in the fossa? few mm, u cant see it, ok?

Is a lympf node supraclavicular or cervical posterior if its located behind the ear nibble but straight down in the fossa? few mm, u cant see it, ok?

Neither: A lymph node located behind the ear is a postauricular lymph node and is not in the supraclavicular or posterior cervical chains. It would raise concern if it increases in size or new lymph glands appear. ...Read more

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Swollen lymph node under jaw. Dr said its from a mild ear infection. Now just felt another pea sized lymph node which is a posterior cervical node. ?

Swollen lymph node under jaw. Dr said its from a mild ear infection. Now just felt another pea sized lymph node which is a posterior cervical node. ?

May be normal.: Lymph nodes sometimes swell and get painful without an obvious cause. When nodes are "stony" hard, very large or progressively increasing in size and number we try to find a source. Localized lymph edema (LA) is usually related to trauma or infection in the local area as your doc suggests. Generalized LA may represent HIV / TB or infectious mono. ...Read more

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I had a sudden shock-like feeling on the posterior side of my head while doing pec-fly exercise in gym.And have a dull pain since then.Is it serious ?

I had a sudden shock-like feeling on the posterior side of my head while doing pec-fly exercise in gym.And have a dull pain since then.Is it serious ?

Doubtful: This sounds like a sprained muscle/tendon, and should improve with time and ice andanti-inflammatories and avoidance of aggravating activities. If symptoms do not improve with time, then see a physician to evaluate for possible less common causes such as a disc herniation. ...Read more

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What is a enthesopathic fibrocystic foci on the posterior of the humeral head (associated with lots of pain in my shoulder)?

What is a enthesopathic fibrocystic foci on the posterior of the humeral head (associated with lots of pain in my shoulder)?

Humeral Cysts: Cystic changes are seen in the head of the humerus on MRI scan of the mature shoulder in the bone marrow of the greater tuberosity where the rotator cuff tendons insert. In medicine, an enthesopathy refers to any disorder involving the attachment of a tendon or ligament to a bone called an enthesis. When inflamed it is called enthesitis. By age 50 partial tears of the RCT are seen on many MRI's. ...Read more

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I had bil. posterior shoulder dislocations and bil. Fx. of the head of the humurs. I need something that hooks in front and takes pressur off my shoul?

I had bil. posterior shoulder dislocations and bil. Fx. of the head of the humurs. I need something that hooks in front and takes pressur off my shoul?

Physical therapy &MD: See your doctor for a consultation and describe what you are feeling. Your orthopedic doctor. He/she will refer you to a physical therapist to make a brace that helps. You may need therapy, it might need a long time to improve ...Read more

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I have swelling on one side of my posterior skull. I had a head injury many years back. I had c-t scan also. Can this swelling develop into tumor?

I have swelling on one side of my posterior skull. I had a head injury many years back. I had c-t scan also. Can this swelling develop into tumor?

Sounds unlikely: Soft tissue swelling doesn't usually develop into a malignancy but need to know why you have the swelling. Is it new?
You should be examined carefully. ...Read more

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Type lll slap and posterior decentering of the humeral head with evidenceof repetitive trabecular impaction capsular destention meaning and treatment?

Type lll slap and posterior decentering of the humeral head with evidenceof repetitive trabecular impaction capsular destention meaning and treatment?

Bucket-handle tear.: A type III SLAP lesion consists of a bucket-handle tear of the cartilage around the shoulder socket (glenoid labrum) with an intact biceps tendon. This type of labral lesion is stable and usually treated by arthroscopic debridement, although you may need capsular tightening due to the repetitive strain on your shoulder capsule. Your surgeon will be able to answer your questions more specifically. ...Read more

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Am 35 weeks pregnant would my ob know if my baby is anterior or posterior? Also my baby is head down still.

Am 35 weeks pregnant would my ob know if my baby is anterior or posterior?  Also my baby is head down still.

Baby position: The Ob may be able to get some idea of the position but he will not be able to tell for sure till the head is engaged in the pelvis even then most babies that are posterior rotate to anterior during labor ...Read more