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Does one of the most powerful 7 tesla MRI machine has the resolution of evaluating the cremaster muscle for strains or inflammation?
Maybe so.: You would likely be the first person imaged on a 7t system for that diagnosis. ...Read more
Does a CT scan pick up endobronchial tumors at the bifurcation of bronchi or is its use limited in these types of tumors?
It depends: on the size and shape of the tumor. If it is large enough to project into the lumen it can potentially be seen on CT ...Read more
Diagnostic imaging in 2009: update on evidence-based practice of pediatric imaging. What is the role of imaging in sinusitis?
Complicated but: Imaging indicated in sinusitis for chronic infections (>90 days), recurrent infections, concern for complications of sinusitis (e.g. Periorbital cellulitis, brain abscess), or preoperatively before sinus surgery. Ct scans are almost always done, but mris are helpful for intracranial or orbital extension. Threshold to image is higher in pediatric population in order to avoid unnecessary radiation. ...Read more
It depends: Once the amalgam has been removed and all caries excavated, a bonded inlay or onlay can be made with minimum additional tooth reduction, unfortunately when there are caries present you may have to remove some healthy tooth as well, your dentist will do his best to keep as much healthy structure as possible. Do not worry too much. [email protected]limplants.Com. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Head ct: On year ct the contrast between structures is not that great. Ct is good to see bleeding in the brain or skull, a shift due to a mass can see a stroke a couple if hours old. Also good to see boney structure. Mri has better contrast differentiation but has other trade offs. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
MRi of mine showing evidence of tubular T2W hyperintense lesion measuring 45(trans)x8.5(AP)x9.5(cc)mm in the subcutaneous plane in posterior neck?
Get checked: Preferably a neurosurgical consultation.Get a more detailed answer ›
On MRI is "high grade chondral defect overlying the central MFC which measures 6mm" bad? Also "absence of PH of MM suggest chronic partial tearing"
Depends: This means you have a small defect in your knee cartilage and perhaps some 'wear and tear' on oyur meniscus. Whether anything needs to be done about this depends on your symptoms. If you are having severe knee pain, these things might be contributuing and could therefore be addressed. Follow up with Dr who ordered the MRI to discuss the way forward. ...Read more
What are the different types of cervical extradural spinal cysts?C1-2,under spinal cord,pushing it up,1/4 size of canal,result of TBI.Signs 2 watch 4?
See neurologist: too complicated , need to be followed by mri's of neck , cysts can grow variably and push on spinal cord causing symptoms, if growing and causing symptoms bets to have it taken out . ...Read more
For visiualization of the internal structure of human body, is it best to have computed tomography?
No: It depends upon what you need to visualize. If you need to see the cerebellum, a ct scan doesn't work as well as an mri. If all you need is to look at the liver or kidneys, then an MRI is overkill compared to an easily accessible ultrasound. Plus, ct scans expose you to (unnecessary) radiation. So ask your family physician and radiologist what's the best way to find the information you need. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Which of these 3 does the most good , with the least damage to the stomach? Tylenol, (acetaminophen) motrin, or aleve?
Yes and increasing: The increased availability of advanced imaging techniques are useful in accurately locating impacted teeth, diagnosing pathology, locating vital structures for implant placement and tooth removal, to diagnose fractures and facial malformations and in general allow the dentist to accurately see that which is unseen. ...Read moreSee 9 more doctor answers
1943: First noted in 1943 an x-linked pedigree with enlarged testicles. Chromosome defect described in 1969. Name of defect was coined in 1970. ...Read more
Glenoid: Shoulder socket = glenoid.Get a more detailed answer ›
Weak Norco (hydrocodone and acetaminophen): Hello. I doubt that 10mg hydrocodone is weaker. You are most likely dealing with tolerance issues with Hydrocodone. Other scenario, which happened to 2 of my patients (BEFORE they started locking up their Norco (hydrocodone and acetaminophen)) is a family member well versed with opiates, swapped out their Norco (hydrocodone and acetaminophen) for OTC aspirin. No wonder they weren't getting the same relief! Their pharmacist noted incorrect pill type in bottle ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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