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Which is better with least side effects - nasonex (mometasone) or rhinocort? Have inflamation/little scar tissue after surgery 7 mths ago. on vancomycin for cdiff.

Which is better with least side effects - nasonex (mometasone) or rhinocort? Have inflamation/little scar tissue after surgery 7 mths ago. on vancomycin for cdiff.

Both good: Both are good. It depends upon person to person. Both have equal side effects. See which one works best for you moreover if you need to take it in long term basis think of treating the cause that is usually allergy. Please visit us at www.ehacstl.com to see how we propose to treat the cause or see an allergist ...Read more

Tissue (Definition)

The body is composed of tissue that are classically described as beiing derived from three basic embyonic layers known as the endoderm, mesoderm and ectoderm that then differentiate into the structures that compose the body such as skin, soft tissues, bone, muscle, organs, etc. Stem cells are not differentiated and have the potential to ...Read more


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What can you do to minimize internal scar tissue after back surgery?

What can you do to minimize internal scar tissue after back surgery?

Newer Biologics : In the past we had certain chemical materials to prevent scarring around the nerves. Ones own fat from the wound may in some cases help. There are newer biologics such as amniotic membrane that also can reduce scar formation. ...Read more

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Adhesion and scar tissue after laporoscopic surgery what are side effects?

Adhesion and scar tissue after laporoscopic surgery what are side effects?

Dont worry: We always heal with scar formation. Adhesions are sheet like scars that span across the abdomen. In many cases you have them for yeas and never are bothered by them. The risk is one of these bands wrapping around your intestine and strangling it. In that case you will have intense abdominal pain an distention. It likely will never happen but check any abdominal pain greater than normal cramps ...Read more

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How do I get rid of the scar tissue after ACL surgery?

How do I get rid of the scar tissue after ACL surgery?

Massage: Scars thicken for 6 weeks and then remodel on their own. You can speed up the remodeling process by simple massage. Areas with more motion develop more scar tissue due to the tensile forces applied to it. Pressure garments or silicone sheeting help reduce these larger "hypertrophic" raised scars. Topical steroid creams work for itchy raised scars. Keloids need steroid injection or radiation. ...Read more

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How does scar tissue build up after surgery?

Normal process: Surgery is a trauma to the tissues. Inflammation results which is part of the healing process. Fibrous tissue is the end result. Hence the scar, or adhesions if internal. ...Read more

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How common is scar tissue formation after cataract surgery?

How common is scar tissue formation after cataract surgery?

Cataract surgery: Scarring does not occur after CS of corneal incisions; mild with scleral tunnel incision; scaring of posterior lens capsule (PCO) about 20% risk & may require need YAG laser (not uncommon & very high success rates with very low complications. More info:eyedoc2020@blogspot.com ...Read more

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Could your gums be white from scar tissue after having oral surgery to remove teeth a few years back? If not, what could cause it. Tested neg for hiv

Could your gums be white from scar tissue after having oral surgery to remove teeth a few years back? If not, what could cause it. Tested neg for hiv

Visit a dentist: Any white or scar lesion that does not resolve itself in two-three weeks should be reevaluated by your dentist and considered for biopsy to obtain a definitive diagnosis. Visit your dentist for evaluation. ...Read more

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Dr. Barry Press
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Scarring (Definition)

A scar is the result of the body healing. It is the end product of a long cascade of signals and cellular repair that takes approximately a year to complete, and a lifetime to maintain. It is a normal process that occurs whenever ...Read more


Dr. Ed Friedlander
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Scars (Definition)

A scar a condition in which an injury (a cut, ...Read more