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Can natural remedies (e.g. Plants, spices, roots) be utilized in rudimentary wound care? If so, what are the best options?

Can natural remedies (e.g. Plants, spices, roots) be utilized in rudimentary wound care? If so, what are the best options?

Yes, many options: Medicinal herbs have been successfully used to treat wounds for thousands of years. Herbs can be antimicrobial, relieve pain and swelling and speed healing. Dozens of herbs can help, including calendula, aloe vera, plantain, yarrow and comfrey.
Health food stores sell salves containing these herbs.
See http://www.anniesremedy.com/chart_remedy_cuts.php
and http://tinyurl.com/j6u7bu4 for details. ...Read more

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If I've been diagnosed with 2 cerv ribs rudimentary mor on rght, been to neuro and gone through many tests 4over two months w dementia what do I do?

If I've been diagnosed with 2 cerv ribs rudimentary mor on rght, been to neuro and gone through many tests 4over two months w dementia what do I do?

Puzzling: Rudimentary cervical ribs can result in thoracic outlet syndrome, but I don't know of any relation to dementia. Your age is listed as 30; very young for dementia. You need to have a serious discussion with your doctor regarding his/her recommendations, and possibly an evaluation with a neuropsychiatrist as well. If you're taking medications or drugs, these need review for any cognitive effects. ...Read more

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Hi! I have been diagnosed with a rudimentary horn in my uterus! This sounds very scary. What is it actually & what r the consequences?

Hi! I have been diagnosed with a rudimentary horn in my uterus!  This sounds very scary. What is it actually & what r the consequences?

Yikes! A horn!: When we are just embryos, two tubes join together to create the uterus. If the tubes join incorrectly, the uterus may have "variations:" anything from a double uterus and double cervix to a single uterus with a wall dividing it into halves. Another variation is a "rudimentary horn" — a partial division. In general, a small variation like I'm guessing you have won't cause trouble, but ask your doc! ...Read more

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Partial fusion of C7 and t1 vertebral bodies with rudimentary intervening disk and bony fusion of right facet joint. Is this serious? Implications?

Partial fusion of C7 and t1 vertebral bodies with rudimentary intervening disk and bony fusion of right facet joint. Is this serious? Implications?

See a Neurosurgeon -: Who will examine you and take it from there. Without knowing how all this is affecting you, it'll be difficult for anyone to answer your questions.
You were born with these and it might be causing some stiffness in your neck motion(maybe!!), otherwise I don't think it'll be causing anything else.
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Suffering primary amnorrhea and having no sec sexual character there are no periods yet.uterus is smal rudimentary age is 18 chromsomes are 48XX.

Suffering primary amnorrhea and having no sec sexual character there are no periods yet.uterus is smal rudimentary age is 18 chromsomes are 48XX.

Primary amenorrhea: Has your MD spoken with you about your lack of periods from the chromosomal abnormality yet? It is time to sit down with him/her at a consultation and have future prospects outlined to you about what to do going forward with your life which includes whether childbearing is possible if desired. ...Read more

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MRA revealed Small right and Rudimentery left posterior communicating arteries. What does this mean?

MRA revealed Small right and Rudimentery left posterior communicating arteries. What does this mean?

There: Are various normal anatomic variations in this region, and small PCAs are a common one. It simply means that these arteries are underdeveloped...relatively small in caliber...compared to other arteries around the Circle of Willis region. ...Read more