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Mono more common: Fibrous dysplasia nonheritable disease in which abnormal fibrous tissue develops in place of normal bone. Abnormalities may involve a single bone (monostotic form; 70% of cases) or many bones (polyostotic form; 30% of cases). Fibrous dysplasia represents five percent of bone tumors. ...Read more
Subfoveal leakage: The fovea is the center part of the macula of the eye responsible for the sharpest vision. Neovascularization is the growth of new blood vessels. In the eye this is common with diabetes and macular degeneration among others. Both can be associated with retinal detachment. Discuss with your opthalmologist asap. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Blood vessel liners: There are very flat cells that line the entire inside of your circulatory system. They look like fried eggs, sunny-side-up with the nucleus being the yolk. A capillary is a long row of these rolled into a tube with a little fibrous reinforcement. Despite their simplicity, they keep your blood from clotting when it shouldn't and provide a perfect barrier for what shouldn't leave your blood. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Blood disorder: It is a big group of blood neoplasm - where can be classified further into many different conditions - among of them will include - chronic myelogenous leukemia, polycythemia vera. Essential thrombocythemia, myelofibrosis, chronic eosinophilic leukemia, systemic mastocytosis etc- depending on which clones that are affected . Those conditions can transform into acute leukemia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hypercellular Marrow,increased Trilineage Hematopoiesis,reactive lymphoplasmacytosis, Erythropoiesis normoblastic and decreased. Myeloblasts not increased Megakaryocytes increased, include young forms
Marrow confusion: Complex because the answer is dependent on the hematologists total examination and not just a marrow. There is a difference between dysmorphic cells and immature forms so no diagnosis can be made from your comments. Stick with the hematologist or concologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Detached Retina: It is actually a tractional retinal detachment. When diabetes causes the retinal blood vessels to die, the retina grows new blood vessels that are disorganized and of poor quality. They grow into the gel that fills the eye called the vitreous. This causes the vitreous to contract and pulls the retina off the back to the eye. That is a tractional retinal detachment. It often needs surgery. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What does this mean? elongation of the papillae, basal cell hyperplasia, intracellular edema, and focal degranulation of eosinophils
Cellular, micro & macrofollicular clusters of follicular cells, enlgd nuclear size, rare nuclear grooves, lg follicular clusters, dense colloid.Means?
Path report: Obviously, your doctor should be explaining this to you, in the full context and knowledge of your recent history that prompted this tissue evaluation. There is no mention of malignant characteristics or anything significantly abnormal on this brief outtake from the full report. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Medical emergency: Nonketotic hyperglycemia is seen in type 2 diabetes when patients become severely dehydrated due to stress, infection, cortisone, etc and develop very high blood sugars that are commonly 1, 000 mg/dl or greater. It is a medical emergency that requires very large amounts of IV fluids and small amounts of Insulin for control. You also need to treat the infection or other cause(s). ...Read more
Endocervix exhibiting papillary hyperplasia with severe lymphoplasmatic infiltrate in the stroma.No transformation zone.what does this mean.
Pathology report: You have to go over the details with your doc. The most important word was the last word that you typed which said that the lesion was BENIGN. Not malignant. That is the key but go over it with your doc. ...Read more
The tumor is composed of glands lined by malignant epithelial cells.The tumor is overlain by ulcerated , acanthotic epid . Please what does this means?
Duscuss with doctor: You have to have a personal discussion with your doctor concerning these findings. If you don't understand, ask questons until you do. If you want a second opinion, request it. ...Read more
New vessel growth: The main risk factors for causing pdr are having diabetes for longer than 10 years and poor blood sugar control. Pdr results when retinal blood vessels begin to grow abnormally in response to poor retinal circulation. The new vessels are fragile and bleed easily and bleeding is the main cause of vision loss in pdr. Treatments include laser, vitrectomy surgery, and intravitreal injections. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Normal variation: BP normally varies throughout the day, usually being highest in the morning, and then peaking again in the afternoon. It will vary with stress, stimulant intake (eg, caffeine), and activity level. People with high blood pressure can have wider-than-normal swings in bp, particularly in response to activity, stress, and times when their medication levels wane. ...Read more
Yes and no: Hi. Yes, a systolic over 150 is not good, and increases your risk for stroke, heart failure, kidney damage, eye damage, heart attack, and so on. However, it is eminently treatable. So, OK to worry if you leave it untreated, but no need to worry if you treat it. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Multiple causes: High systolic blood pressure is often passed down in families however many things may temporarily cause this including exercise, stress and a binge in diet. Be sure to discuss your risk factors with your doctor. Treatment may be as simple as lifestyle changes or might require medications. ...Read more
Sir my systolic BP varies between 120 to 135 throughout the day ..my age is 21 ..what should i do?
Blood pressure: Blood pressure is not a static or constant number -- it is affected by anxiety, activity and foods or drinks as well as salt intake and weight. Adopt a healthy life style by Avoiding salt, Limiting alcohol intake, avoiding tobacco products and if you are over-weight modifying your diet to lose weight. Exercise such as walking daily will help also. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What cause distolic BP to increase? I was in the low 70 last week now low 100's Systolic has increased but not as much
Dyastolic hypertatio: Your diastolic BP in one point in time was 70 mm Hg. What was before, afterwards, . What is your normal BP, probably you have a chart, are you on medications? With one value, as you provided, I have no way to advise you. Please take your BP daily x 3, for a week, and come back, and provide the meds you are on. ...Read more
Is it normal for bp to rise only at night?
for example from 9am to 8pm its between 110-130 /50-70
and night 130-150 and only my systolic rises
I've been getting systolic BP readings of 140 lately, even though I eat pretty well and exercise regularly. Should I consider drugs to bring it down?
I've been having low systolic BP in the afternoons. Morning and night BP is normal. It happens only when standing or doing so activities. Any advice?
Please see below: Low blood pressure is a relative term. If your BP falls significantly lower than 90 systolic on standing that it may be significant. For patient information on low BP and it's causes and treatments see: http://bit.ly/1JjeIvv and http://bit.ly/1DnhWdz ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer