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Soft Tissue Mass In Pelvis Just Above Obturator Fossa
Can air within soft tissue of pelvis extendn round right lateral pelvic wall out throught both obturator foramin come from a perforated bowel rectum ?
Yes and other causes: As any gas in the soft tissues is abnormal, this should represent infection unless there is another explanation (very unusual). Causes in this area would include: diverticulitis, appendicitis, rectal perforation from trauma, inflammation or cancer, urologic infections, or generalized soft tissue infections of the perineum (Fournier's gangrene) in susceptible individuals. See MD immediately ...Read more
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
What is a "mildly thick-walled fluid collection involving the dorsal paaraspinal soft tissue (MRI of lumbar spine) Can this cause pain in leg, buttock?
A palpable mass on the left posterior lumber region lateral to erector spinae muscle fr 2 yrs, which is non tender, non growing measuring 1.5".What's it?
What does evidence of air within soft tissues of pelvis extending round the right lateral pelvic wall and out through both obturator foramina mean ??
Lower lumbar has a lg. Swollen area in shape of sacrum where connects 2 pelvis. Have pain/ct scan just shows arthritis>left than rt. What could it be?
Maybe: It depends upon where the soft tissue mass is. Transvaginal or pelvic ultrasound is great for evaluating the uterus, ovaries, bladder, and even the appendix (when it's inflamed). But it's not a great modality to evaluate intestinal, muscle, or fat masses. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi...have lump & some discomfort in epigastric area - below sternum/xiphoid process region. ultra sound normal, xray finding of soft tissue swelling.
Ultrasound of a firm immovable lump in my forearm two inches below my wrist indcated a nonspecific soft tissue mass. Report states that is projects separately from adjacent median nerve and is not attached to tendon sheath. Very worried it is cancer?
Have it removed.: Really the best thing to do at this point would be to have the lump removed and sent to a lab for pathological analysis. This is not to say you have cancer by any means, but it's just to say that a definitive step to confirm or deny the presence of cancer must be taken at this point. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Soft tissue fullness: This usually means there is a.Get a more detailed answer ›
Can MRI detect tissue or muscle pulling or inflammation right side of lower abdomen just above penile shaft and nearby region?Usg is normal.
Can MRI detect pull/ inflammation/ injury in tissues /muscle/ ligament which is connected from testis to lower abdomen above penile shaft without dye?
Commonly yes : What you describe suggests athletic pubalgia. This is pain around the pubic bone where a number of muscles insert. Arthritis of the symphysis pubis itself can cause pain in this area. Mri can be helpful in diagnosing tendon and muscle injury in this area. Answer is recycled. ...Read more
They found a 3.8cm soft tissue density in my girlfriends abdomen along with gall stones, What can the soft tissue density be?
MRI lumbar spine for pain result said Small paraspinal soft tissue. What does that mean? Thoracic said normal paraspinal soft tissue.
Might be an error.: Sometimes, radiology reports have typographical errors in them. "Small paraspinal soft tissue" doesn't make a lot of medical sense, unless your muscles are small because you have small stature or not much muscle mass. It's possible that the report is missing a word or phrase describing some "small" finding. If you would like a second opinion on the MRI, let me know. ...Read more
Obese female-42y-tennis ball size lump on lft hip-painful; ultra-sound=normal tissue; mri=inflammed tissue, no mass of collecting fluid. Next step is?
Excise it: You can go to a surgeon, either a general or orthopaedic surgeon, and have it excised if it is really bothering you. Sounds like it is a benign lesion and nothing that has to be excised; however, if it bothers you enough, your next step is to remove it surgically. ...Read more
Excision of Tumor soft tissue located deep underneath subcanteous tissue attach to outer table of skull, I'll be put to sleep for procedure I'm worrie?
Soft, squishy lumps on back outer thigh about 3 inches above knee and on both legs. Dr said not in popliteal lymph node area and likely just anatomy?
Simple problem: You have given me a wonderful description of what we call lipomas. These are noncancerous fatty growths that can occur almost anywhere on the body. They cannot be transmitted from person to person so the fact you both have them is not any consideration. If they cause you pain, discomfort or are unsightly, they are easy to remove. They can grow so you may want to have them removed at some point. ...Read more
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