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How long does the surgery take for stener's lesion? Is it complicated?

How long does the surgery take for stener's lesion? Is it complicated?

Depends: It all depends on the extent of the injury and how complicated it is. The one who can give you a good answer is the surgeon who will perform the procedure and knows what is the extent of the problem. ...Read more

Dr. Scott Bolhack
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Wounds (Definition)

Wounds is also known as Injuries and wounds. A wound is a condition in which a person has some trauma to part of his body in which the surface of the skin or some other organ has been broken open. Wounds include clean cuts, jagged cuts, avulsions (ripping away) of ...Read more


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How to differentiate between UMN lesion and LMN lesion?

How to differentiate between UMN lesion and LMN lesion?

Simply : Put upper motor neuron injuries do not have inhibitory fibers input hence you have hyper reflexes and spasticity while lower motor has hypo reflexes and flaccidity. Nice neurology book will offer more details ...Read more

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What is an abnormal lesion?

What is an abnormal lesion?

A lesion: is a nonspecific term that means abnormality. It could be innocuous or serious. Calling something an abnormal lesion is somewhat redundant. ...Read more

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What can i do for a lytic lesion?

What can i do for a lytic lesion?

More information: about this lytic lesion is needed before a useful answer can be offered. Could you re-phrase your question to include location, circumstances of discovery, symptoms and recommendations already received? ...Read more

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What is a complex lytic lesion?

Lytic=destructive: A "lytic" lesion is one which destroys the tissue around it, and "complex", opposite of simple, usually involving more than a single area, or tumor, or tissues. ...Read more

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How dangerous is a supurating skin lesion ?

How dangerous is a supurating skin lesion
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It depends...: On the cause! both infectious and inflammatory conditions cause these. Talk to your primary care doctor or dermatologist to determine what you have, then you will be better able to know how to treat it! ...Read more

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What does this mean is it bad? "the liver demonstrates homogeneous signal intensity without focal lesion"?

What does this mean is it bad? "the liver demonstrates homogeneous signal intensity without focal lesion"?

Sounds normal: I assume the report includes other verbage, but what phrase you are questioning is an observation by the radiologist that the liver is not fatty nor has tumors or cysts. ...Read more

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Can you get herpes from touching a towel that someone that has herpes but no current lesion used to dry off with?

Can you get herpes from touching a towel that someone that has herpes but no current lesion used to dry off with?

Nope: Herpes is rarely if ever transmitted by indirect contact like this -- only by direct contact with an infected person's infected body part, like kissing and sexual contact. ...Read more