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Metastases are: A mystery, but there are clear events necessary. Establishing a blood supply that delivers nutrients and carts away metabolites seem necessary (some tumors grow nicely in anaerobis, acidic, toxic environs). The colony secretes a local paracrine stimulus to develop a blood supply. Vegf also seems critical in development embronically of the cardiovascular system. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is meant by abundant benign appearing epithelial cells hemosiderin-laden macrophages and colloid present. Also scattered micro follicles noted?
It's good news: Sounds like you had a biopsy. I'm guessing thyroid. Epithelial cells, colloid, micro follicles all belong there and confirm an adequate sample was taken. No cancer cells are reported (good news!) hemosiderin laden macrophages can mean local bleeding, inflammation, or (rarely) that you store too much iron. Please ask your doctor about whether you should have your iron storage levels checked. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Which type of RBC inclusions are smaller nuclear remnants that increased with accelerated RBC regeneration?
Howell Jolly bodies: Howell Jolly bodies.Get a more detailed answer ›
What does this mean: flow void is identified in major intracerebral blood vessels. Small prominent perivascular spaces in inferior basal ganglia bil?
Please explain: renal cortex contains 29 glomeruli, 13 of which
are globally sclerosed. There is focal segmental mesangial
Sclerosis: So Glomeruli are Filteration units of Kidney. Since kidney's main function is Filteration; the health of glome is directly related to renal function. Sclerosis in layman term means scarring. So 13/29 glomes are scarred. Which means approximately 50% of functional units are scarred or non functional. Mesengial hypercellularity refers to the inflammation in the kidney. Very common with FSGS ...Read more
Abundant benign appearing follicular epithelial cells, hemosidering-laden macrophages &colloid present. & scattered micro follicles noted. Favor adenomatoid nodule. What is adenomatoid nodule?
Abundant benign appearing follicle epithelial cells present. Scattered micro follicles noted. Abundant epithelial cells hemosiderin-laden macrophages ?
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Colonscopy&then pathlogy report: mild oedema and lymphocytic infiltration focally forming dense aggregates&focal surface ulceration is it tumor tissu?
What does prominent anterior osteophytes at c6-7..scattered sclerotic changes.c5-6 multiple chronic appearing vertebral deformities & sclerotic changes are noted including biconcave surfaces of c3 & c4?
Cellular, micro & macrofollicular clusters of follicular cells, enlgd nuclear size, rare nuclear grooves, lg follicular clusters, dense colloid.Means?
Path report: Obviously, your doctor should be explaining this to you, in the full context and knowledge of your recent history that prompted this tissue evaluation. There is no mention of malignant characteristics or anything significantly abnormal on this brief outtake from the full report. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Rare condition: Cerebral venous sinus thrombosis (cvst) is a rare form of stroke that results from thrombosis (a blood clot) of the dural venous sinuses, which drain blood from the brain. Symptoms may include headache, abnormal vision, any of the symptoms of stroke such as weakness of the face and limbs on one side of the body, and seizures. ...Read more
Often they are: A bruit is a noise that is heard with a stethoscope reflecting turbulent flow. IT can be a normal finding and is non specific. It is often associated with narrowing of arteries, however that is unlikely in a 33 year old. THe pest way to tell if you have "PVD" is to have a physician measure the pressure in your feet and calculate an "ABI" (foot pressure/arm pressure) value of 0.9 or more is normal ...Read more
Subchondral linear focus of hypointense signal at proximal aspect of navicular, which may be subchondral fracture or avascular necrosis. Explain?
Is this an MRI?: It sounds like you are reading an MRI report, what they are describing is abnormal signal on the MRI in your Navicular ( one of the bones in your foot) It sounds like there could be a fracture - maybe you had an injury, or if there was no injury but you have had pain and there is an area just below the surface of the joint that the bone has died (Avascular necrosis- AVN) hope that helps ...Read more
Please explain peripheral hyaline cartilage lesions and subchondral oedema anterolaterally , impingement lesion and increased alpha angle thankyou?
See an orthopedist: This too complex to explain in 400 characters. See a good orthopedic surgeon and have them start from scratch. ...Read more
Bilateral probable complex cystic structures prob associated debris (blood flow noted) in the ovaries suggestive of bilateral hemorrhagic cysts.
Most likely: If bilateral, the hemorrhagic cysts are more likely to be endometriomas. ...Read more