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Symptoms Of Inverted Papilloma
Would an inverted papilloma in the nostril be easily distinguished from cartilage that may protrude? Dr. Thinks tiny thing on inner wall is cartilage.
Nostril Deformity: At times this may be hard to tell if small. A papilloma will most likely slowly grow whereas a cartilaginous deformity will not. ...Read more
What is inverted papilloma with dysplasia and foci of in situto invasive squamous cell carcinoma (transitional)?
What does this mean? Inverted papilloma with dysplasia and foci of in situ invasive squamous cell carcinoma (transitional)?
Premalignant: An inverted papilloma is a tumor in which surface epithelial cells grow downward into the underlying supportive tissue. It may occur in the nose and/or sinuses or in the urinary tract (bladder, renal pelvis, ureter, urethra). With dysplasia and in-situ squamous Ca this would probably be a premalignant sinus carcinoma bordering on squamous cell Ca needing resection. ...Read more
It is possible that a male be infected with papilloma virus on his penis, and never show any symptoms of infections?
What are the symptoms of a breast intraductal papilloma? I'm nursing but I don't have bloody discharge.
Why do you ask?: Very often they produce no symptoms or signs whatsoever. ...Read more
Virus of human papilloma can appeared one year after the sexual intercourse? Is white discharge and redness one of the symptoms?
Should I be worried if at 18 my nipples started going inverted (not permanently inverted, but they just go in sometimes but are easy to get out) if I'm not having any other symptoms? I'm 24 now.
Nipple inversion: The nipples fall below the level of your areola in the center. There is no projection. ...Read more
Can symptoms of nondiabetic renal glycosuria happen only in the evening? (invert sleep cycle too) see nephrologist soon, +ketostix urine=sweet smell
This doesn't add up: Non-diabetic renal glycosuria (i.e., the kidney spills glucose despite normal blood levels) doesn't produce symptoms. Urine odor doesn't reflect glucose levels at all reliably. Ketostix often yield +1 for no reason, or because you're hungry. With dysautonomia and gastroparesis, is there perhaps a misunderstanding, with diabetes a possibility? You have a right to full information. ...Read more
Some are a concern: Certain ones are considered premalignant, and need to be removed to biopsy. If you are not sure, go for another opinion. ...Read more
Maybe, maybe not: If the tumor is benign then it might not need to come out. However, if it's in there long enough, it might start to cause problems like blocking the ducts to your mammary glands. Also, just because it's benign today doesn't mean it won't transform at some point. It might be worth having it out, if it's simple and easy to do. See your local surgeon for more ideas. ...Read more
Papillomas are warts: All warts r caused by hpv virus, some strains of which r associated with cancer. Flat warts are caused by types 3, 10, & 8—all non-cancerous. Fp/dermatologist can remove them by freezing, chemicals, electro-dessication, possibly lasers. [some use the term papilloma to refer to skin tags]. ...Read more
Benign tumor: It is a benign tumor that grows in the milk duct of the breast. Occurs in women between the ages of 35-55. Can present with pain, a palpable lump, nipple discharge. Often a mammogram or ultrasound can show these. A biopsy is sometimes done to rule out a cancer. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Sometimes: It's called id papillary adenocarcinoma...The importance is whether it invades or confined to duct, and whether the margins are clear. These are analgous to dcis, usually er/pr+. They have excelent 5 and 10 year prognosis. Close to 100% survial, but it is when they are harbingers of invasive cancers that there are threats to life and breast. There are no clear causes. ...Read more