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Renal Failure Normal Anatomy And Physiology
--: Anemia means low oxygen carrying agents in the blood and this is then compounded with the heart effort to maintain the oxygen delivery to other organs especially the brain by increasing its cardiac output -- and in the presence of a weak heart or other stress factor such as trauma or infection, the heart is overwhelmed and congestive heart failure ensues. ...Read more
Non sustained VT<30sec more concern in patients with Left Ventricular Impaired function compared to Normal LV function normal heart ejection fraction?
Yes, but concern: NS Ventricular tachycardia has a higher degree of concern in patients with impaired ejection fraction. However, the larger concern is that having runs of nonsustained VT are not particularly common in the normal population, so even in patients with normal EF, would still be concerned about ischemic heart disease in patients who are having runs of NS VT. ...Read more
Normal left ventricular dimension with segmental wall motion abnormality suggestive of CAD with adequate systolic function. What's the meaning?
Would one papvr with no other abnormalities in the heart lead to right heart failure? My rv enlarged but normal function and, pressure. Lv normal too.
It is possible: You have elevated pulmonary vascular resistance. Though your RV function is normal it is enlarged. You may want to find out why you pulmonary vascular resistance is elevated. Do you have have a condition that is increasing your pulmonary blood flow? Are you having silent pulmonary embolism that is decreasing the size of your pulmonary vascular bed? Both conditions can raise your pulmonary vascular ...Read more
Not always related: Renal failure in and of itself is not realted to cardiac output, there are many things that can cause both renal failure and decreased cardiac output, but they are not always related. However if someone has really low cardiac output, one could develop renal failure b/c not enough blood is getting to the kidneys. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Abnormal septal motion in ventricle, EF 60-65% small LA and LV normal in thickness gd systolic function and sinus tachy 120bpm pulmonary Hypertension?
18 years old having pre hypertension normal renal Doppler no kidney disease possible causes ? Normal heart echo
Wt/diet/predisposed: In adults, once the specter of kidney damage is removed we find most patients have a limited set of problems.Either they are carrying excessive weight, have a diet that aggravates the issue, or they are destined to have HBP based on unknown factors. (essential hypertension) ...Read more
Not much, but: Need a follow up ultrasound in a few years to see if increasing suggestive of polycystic kidney disease (pkd). If this is the case there is a chance to lose kidney function over long years. It is not a cancer. But increasing cysts number and size can overtake kidneys. Chances are, none of that will happen to you. But, better safe than sorry. Pkd is a benign and slow condition but may cause failure. ...Read more
Shadow showing on ultrasound of pancreas, all p.enyzme levels normal. liver function normal. blood results normal only high cholesterol. cyst?
Well: You must have had a doctor who ordered the scan. Call him and have him go over the results to be sure you understand the results. Have the doctor explain to you ...Read more
A small left atrium normal in thickness on my echo with abnormal septal motion. Heart structure normal with EF 65%. Possible pulmonary hypertension?
If. Some body have osephgeal varices and. Normal liver function normal alpha protien is normal. And CT scan show mass in liver. Ap and portal or 12m?
Renal anatomy: The solid tissue of the kidney is divided into an outer cortex and inner medulla. The blood is filtered and urine and is produced here. Urine is emptied into the collecting system of the renal pelvis. The ureters then transport urine to the bladder. Prominence or enlargement of the collecting system can sometimes indicate obstruction to this outflow. Bilateral means it is seen on both sides. ...Read more
Whether end systolic with dimension 3.2 CM and end diastolic with dimension 4.9 CM are normal heart condition (mitral valve)?
Dimensions: Those are normal left ventricular dimension measurements. ...Read more
What is the probability of sca with a normal ekg(normal heartbeat, just fast), normal echo shows normal function, normal stress test/normal blood work?
Low: The probability of sca is low in the young, healthy population. Unless you have a family history of sca or a genetic predisposition to sudden death, your risk should also be low. There is a risk calculator that can be applied to assess sca risk in patients undergoing surgery. It was developed by dr. Gupta and can be accessed at www.Qxmd.Com. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
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
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
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
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
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
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?:(
More information..: Usually in renal failure BUN and creatinine, especially creatinine are elevated. If they are normal as well as your GFR which defines how your kidneys are filtering waste products from your blood then there is no renal failure. However, if there is protein in your urine and no infection and if in significant amounts this would need to be checked for kidney damage. We would need to know about this. ...Read more
Creatinine level is 12.6. Can this be brought down? Can it be a case of acute renal failure and things get back to normal after some treatment?
If someone has complete or close to complete renal failure. Wouldn't the specific gravity in urinalysis be 1.000 or lower than normal consistently since the kidneys can't concentrate anything?
Let's think: You're on the right track, but the specific gravity of the glomerular filtrate is 1.010 because of the abundance of ions and other substances. As the tubules fail (glomerular failure is a different matter), the specific gravity tends to settle around a constant 1.010. ...Read more
Isn't it impossible for someone to have end stage renal failure with consistently normal bun and creatine blood levels and only protien in urine?
Most likely yes: The diagnosis depends on multiple factors including the likelihood of improvement with treatment. If there can be no improvement and there is severe protienuria due to glomerular malfunction, it is possible to be labeled end-stage before a significant change in creatinine or BUN has occurred. ...Read more
Does cold feet lead to renal failure? Sometimes i feel pain around my kidney. But my serum creatinine level is normal.
I am a diabetic and renal failure patient.switched from capd to hd recently.recent shows normal lft test.usg report says hepatic coarse parenchyma.ple?
I have irregular menses, heavy eye's, continuous dark circles, dry hair, thyroid-normal , hb-11.2, father had renal failure, can u please help?
Ok, hold on, don't : Go make your will yet. Sleeping well at night? Stress level elevated? Crying spells? Issues with weight? You may be having irregular menses b/c you are not ovulating regularly. This is pcos, usually. This can put you at risk for a mood problem, often signified by sleep disruption. There is a link to diabetes, if pcos, metformin can help and prevent dm in many cases. I'm sure ur kidneys r ok. ...Read more
Acute renal failure after hysterectomy becuase of uterine cancer. Is this normal after a hysterectomy? Problems after surgery, dec 2011, mother 62, now renal failure. Kidney doctor found blockage causing the kidneys to fail.
Assuming : Assuming that your mother did not have chronic renal disease going into surgery, then the prognosis for recovery of kidney function will depend on the reason for the acute injury. Most often acute renal failure is due to a period of low blood pressure, where there is not enough blood pressure to perfuse the kidney which results in something called acute tubular necrosis. There are varying degrees of this, which should improve once the blood pressure stabilizes, in some cases, hemodialysis may be necessary to support the kidney until this recovers. Another potential cause though, particularly in uterine surgery, is injury to the ureters, sometimes due to the extent of the tumor or difficulty in removing the uterus. As you mention that the kidney doctor said a blockage was found, this may be a contributing factor, but usually is known prior to surgery. Other causes (unlikely here) may relate to drug toxicities, for example antibiotics or chemotherapy related. In general, if the patient goes into surgery with good kidney function, the prognosis for recovery is good once all the inciting factors are removed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
ESRD options: Patients with esrd have 4 options. One is hemodialysis (h), either at a dialysis center, doing regular or nocturnal h, or doing h at home. The second is, peritoneal dialysis. Esrd patients can receive a transplant for either a living related or a cadaveric donor. The 4th option is one that very few patients consider, and that is not starting dialysis at all leading to a fatal outcome. ...Read more
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