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Symmetrical breasts parenchymaql appearances. Bilateral axillary nodes are noted. What does this mean.
Study results.: Symmetrical - the two breasts are similar in size & shape. Parenchyma - essential elements/ structures of the breasts. Bilateral axillary nodes are noted- Lymph nodes in both underarms are seen on study. Hope this is helpful. ...Read more
No: Asymmetry is one sign of melanoma (along with non-smooth borders, color, and size (diameter= abcd). But many benign moles are asymmetric, as well. Have it checked out. If a melanoma, the office visit may be life saving - if benign, you will be reassured and can stop worrying. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Either or: An be either or both....Get a more detailed answer ›
Radiology: Hello Z, that sounds like radiologist speak and it's taken out of context for sure so I wouldn't stress about it just yet. It means that something behind the areola is irregularly shaped. That could be something bad or just a bad xray. You should see your doctor and ask them to review your xray or mammogram with you. Good luck :) ...Read more
Noticeable unilateral swelling from mid-calf to ankle. MRI shows no edema, but asymmetrical size difference in legs noticeable on MRI. Possibilities?
Many possibilities: COuld be venous insufficienct which is a back up in the veins that causes pooling of blood in leg ...Read more
Breasts are often: Not completely symmetric. If there is a large disparity - evaluation would be appropriate. ...Read more
See your doctor: You'll have to be personally evaluated by your doctor for this. ...Read more
.4mm uniform symmetrical blue mole (I think) on face. The skin around it looks lighter than my normal skin. Does this sound normal?
Likely benign: As a general rule, lesions that are uniform in color, stable in size and uniform in shape are USUALLY benign. Skin cancers tend to be irregular in size, shape and color and may grow noticeably. However, if you are concerned about a lesion, especially on your face, see a dermatologist and consider biopsy/excision. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hard to say: Scoliosis is a curvature of the spine and is not usually used to describe any other part of the body. So to say scoliosis of the upper limbs is not a common way to describe any deformity of the arms. All that being said, it may have been someone's attempt to describe a curvature of the arms, or you may not have understood what was said. Thank you for the question. ...Read more
Both: It can be either. Typically it starts as asymmetric. If it continues and becomes additive with additional joints effected then will likely become symmetric. ...Read more
Small bumps along either side of labia. Basically symmetrical. Only visible when skin is stretched . Don't itch, hurt. Looks like glands. Normal?
Yes: Female anatomy can vary. See your doctor to make sure nothing else serious. ...Read more
Prob old granuloma: Calcified usually means it's not changing fast, is benign, and your body has walled it off. It depends on your location: in the midwest, it's a histoplasmosis (fungal) old healed infection. In the desert southwest it could be coccidioidomycosis, another fungus. Tb is unlikely but possible, depending on history. Treated lymphoma and bone tumor are on the list but you should know already. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Monitoring Centers: Lymphatic system absorbs/carries things too big to go into the arteries/veins like bacteria eaten by white cells and digested food. Lymph nodes "taste" the lymph for anything bad like bacteria/viruses/cancers, etc. When it detects a problem, it alerts the immune system and your body reacts. They enlarge in response to the inflammation they create when they react. They shrink when all is well. ...Read more
LymphNodeEnlragment: Reactive means that the LymphNodes may be "doing their job".Enlarging to help fight infection ...Read more
Small, nondescript, asymmetrical, itchy rashes reoccur on legs. Neosporin relieves but another appears.
See a dermatologist: No diagnosis is possible from this description. If if improves with neosporin it will improve with anything you rub in. Neosoorin is not known to help any skin condition. Worse, it is a common sensitizer causing allergic reactions. ...Read more
Enlarged lymph nodes: Most likely it an enlarged lymph nodes. Specially it is a little tender to touch. Nothing to worry about. It is due to a minor pelvic or urinary infection. If you have vaginal discharge or urinary increased frequency go see a physician. You might need antibiotics. If it doesn't go away after few days it must be looked at under all circumstances. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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