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Excised, right?: If this is a benign giant cell tumor of the tendon sheath, read by a pathologist, then congratulations. It is not a cause for concern. If you were given the diagnosis "giant cell tumor of bone" at this location, have a few other pathologists look at it, as this would be unusual. ...Read more
Glaucoma risk: Pigmentary dispersion is a syndrome where pigment is liberated from the back to the iris due to chaffing and is released into the aqueous humor. The pigment gradually obstructs the drainage apparatus of the eye and in about 30% of the time, may cause enough elevation in the eye pressure to cause glaucoma (pigmentary glaucoma). Its more common in younger myopic males. Treatment is available. ...Read more
Cbc~wbc17.2, plate476 ab-high>neut10.2, lymph5.13, mono1.37, baso0.17 low>iron31, bun8, lap#13(15-85range) jak2 neg. Cml ph-neg? Something else?
Suspect?: Please send us your serial WBC counts done so far. You need to do some more CBC tests and see how your WBC count would change over a few months before we can be certain as to what is causing the high WBC counts. There is no rush for doing any other tests for the next few months unless WBC count keeps rising. ...Read more
Not the right place: If you want to find the right breast surgeon, for your family member's care, you have to make some personal enquireies about any surgeon like the following. 1) some one you know treated by that surgeon, is the best reference. 2) your family physician whom you trust, will advise you. 3) qualifications like board certified , had teaching experence etc 4) finally should consult , and decide ...Read more
Orthotics : Or arch supports are a good start to help relieve strain/pressure off the plantar fascial ligament. ...Read more
Normal blood count with blood smear leukocyte; particles of toxic granulation, atypical cells lenfomo nuclear, one cell view of downey. Male, 58 ?
Typical cell: This is a typical cell type (both the lymphocytes with toxic granulation and the Downey cell, which similar is a lymphocyte with features consistent with activation). These occur in the context of infection or stress when the lymphocytes are receiving "danger" signals. Can't comment conclusively without knowing more about the clinical situation, but not likely something that needs follow up. ...Read more
Dementia pugilistica: Numerous brain injuries cause disruptions in the fragile circuits that govern brain function. When injuries occur deep within the brain, they may affect a part of the brain that regulates movements. The part of the brain most involved in suppressing Parkinsons movements is called the substantia nigra. Mr. Ali has had injuries that damaged this part of the brain, which leads to his tremor. ...Read more
In a report its written.. Alert! rbc: moderate anisopoikilocytosis. Predominantly microcytic hypochromic cells with ovalocytes and elliptocytes?
Path. Report"the panel reveals no increase in cd3+cd8+ intraepithelial t-lymphocytes. Cd3 & cd20 dem. Lymphocytes w/ a reactive pat. Of dist." means ?
Lymphocytes: This is describing t and b lymphocytes, but without context one cannot interpret what the report means. ...Read more
Hello, I have pain in my feet. Sobre todo en el talón, cuando juego al tenis. A qué se puede deber y a qué tipo de médico debo ir? Muchas gracias
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My biopsy report say , show foreign body & langhans type multinucleated gaint cells.-ve for malignancy, zn stain -ve fr acid fast bacilli.Wat treatment?
Hello doctor mare skin black hai kuch bhi lagati hu frak nahi padat please koi aisa prouduct batye?
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Saw dr for anxiety, insomnia, sleep paralysis. Pulse 95. White blood cell differential: neutrophils 35.9% lymphocytes 56.5%. Possible thyroid?
160 days Post auto stem cell transplant for NHL double hit cell counts low hemoglobin 9.6 platelets 63 white cells 1.7. Can this resolve on its own in time? How long? Fearing MDS.
Several possibilitie: There are several possibilities, but this may simply be a slow recovery after engraftment, especially if the trend is one of gradual improvement. You should be checked for vitamin B12 and folate (folic acid) deficiency. If the low counts are progressing, then discuss with your transplant physician a bone marrow with cytogenetics to rule out MDS, although MDS usually occurs at a longer interval after SCT. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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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