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Renal Failure Normal Anatomy And Physiology
On the back of both thighs, on the outer portion in the exact same spot, there are lumpy feeling things. 3 dr's said normal anatomy. What is it?
Why are you: Having trouble believing the three doctors who have already evaluated you? Are you hoping that something is wrong? The doctors online can't examine you - so we can't assess your issue. If you find that your health fears are taking over - you might consider cognitive behavioral therapy. It may help you with your feelings of anxiety & anger as well. Take care. ...Read more
The kidneys do several tasks. Dialysis is necessary when one or more of the following occur, that can't be remedied or palliated with medications: 1. Insufficient clearance of daily toxins in food and metabolic waste 2. Insufficient clearance of excess water 3. Dangerous electrolyte imbalance, ...Read more
What is a grossly small stable syrinx in the lower cervical spine? I was told it's part of my normal anatomy but that just doesn't make sense
Like a cyst: A syrinx in the spine is just a small fluid filled sac. It usually does not cause problems if it is stable. Your doctor may want to have it checked again to make sure it is stable, that is not enlarging. If it is truly stable then it is nothing to worry about. If they cause symptoms or enlarged they can be drained but it is best to leave them alone if they are causing no problems. ...Read more
Can a toddler develop tracheomalacia? Endo/bronch showed normal anatomy 4 months ago. new scope today showed tracheomalacia. Is that even possible?
Tracheomalacia: If something like a vascular ring is compressing the trachea, it can cause tracheomalacia over time ...Read more
What may be a raspberry-like bulge at the top, center entrance (inside) the vagina? The bulge is bumpy. Is this normal, anatomy, or something else?
Can't see it!: You'll need to go see your Family Doc, GYN or Planned Parenthood for evaluation. ...Read more
With normal anatomy does their upper palate touches the lower palate uptill epiglottis when their mouth is closed? Pls pls send the reply yes or no.
Throat anatomy: I'm afraid it's not a simple yes or no answer. There isn't a lower palate and an upper palate. There's a hard palate and a soft palate. Neither of them touches the epiglottis when the mouth is closed. The soft palate descends into the throat from the back of the hard palate, and lays behind the tongue when the mouth is closed and during breathing and swallowing. The epiglottis is much lower down. ...Read more
How can I tell what is molluscum and what is just normal anatomy of my skin. They are so small it's hard to tell and stressful. Does tea tree oil work?
Umbilication: Molluscum contagiosum bumps have a characteristic indentation or umbilicalion at the top of each bump. This can sometimes be appreciated with a magnifying glass. A dermatologist will often give the bump in question a light freeze with liquid nitrogen to accentuate the umbilication so when in doubt see your dermatologist. ...Read more
33F. Lifelong bed wetting. Also, sometimes when I pee I feel like I've emptied bladder. But when I stand more pee comes out. Normal anatomy. Help?
Here's...: Your clinical complexity in urinary tract is far beyond what the 400-letter space can do. Seek a trusted urologist to conduct a comprehensive evaluation & follow-up ASAP. Best wishes... ...Read more
Are papules normal anatomy of the soft palate? I see a bunch of dots on the soft palate, above uvula and only appears if i touch palate with finger.
MoneyWhereYrMouthIs: Ahh,so! Very perceptive, grasshopper!!You may be describing what are called "petichiae,"which are small dots that don't blanch with pressure and may indicate inflammation, infection, local minor trauma(what you been puttin' in there, hmmm?),a blood problem OR nothing.So ask yourself if anything is wrong or if you feel OK.If OK,wait and see if they go away or get worse. If you feel funky, see a doc ...Read more
Baby boy has penile adhesion. Per doc, been pulling back and Vaseline. Now notice small skin bump/tag next to urethra. Normal anatomy? Or concern?
Went to ENT for a small bump close to lingual tonsils behind anterior arch. Had largynscopy done. He says normal anatomy. Bump behind arch normal?:(
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