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Trapped Wind In The Diaphragm
What is the trapped noise called coming from inside the rectum due to excess gas even after releasing wind?
If you had a very small hole in stomach and gas leaked through it into the peritoneal cavity, could the smell of the gas escape thru pores in the skin?
Does the air pumped into the colon also inflate the small intestine? What part of the intestine is likely to be involved in a inguinal hernia?
Vocal cords: Although most people are taught that it is the epiglottis that prevents aspiration, that is not completely correct. The true vocal cords are more important for this function. If the epiglottis is surgically removed, most people won't aspirate, but if one or both vocal cords don't work, most people will aspirate. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Esophageal symptoms: Technically, the esophagus is a mediastinal structure that sits forward of the spinal cord and behind the airway. As such, its mid-body and not "in the back." that being said, esophageal pain can radiate to the chest or back, and shares many of the same nerve pathways of pain as does the heart. You're right in that food sticking is typically described as "in the chest.". ...Read more
Need chest xray: They could be several reason for pain in the rib, from trauma, metabolic, tumor, inflamatory, infectious, perhaps intraabominal or intrathoraxic pathology.Need a lot more detatails about this pain characteristics.Recomended to seeyour fp and chest x-ray.May need more diagnostic testing such as ct scan and or bone scan. ...Read more
Pressure in the chest&trapped gases in the stomach. After eating, ruq swells&stiffens food comes up with burp to release the pressure what could that b
Bloating: Your symptoms may be due to gall nladder disease. Schedule an appointment with your doctor for a possible ultrasound of the gall bladder. ...Read more
Air space disease: The term airspace disease is generally used to indicate a problem involving the alveoli or air sacs in the lungs. These alveoli can fill up with fluid (e.g., pus, blood, water) and show up as abnormalities on chest xrays and ct scans. "right lateral" means the outside or peripheral part of the right lung. Most commonly, focal airspace disease suggests there is pneumonia. ...Read more
Trapped air bubble in esophagus What feels like air rises all the way to back of throat but then goes back down to start of stomach some pain w/ swall?
Acid reflux...: It sounds like you may suffering of acid redux ad possible increased gas production. Start reducing fatty and fried foods in your diet as well as sauces, spicy foods, too much bread, mint, caffeine, sugary snacks, citric juices. You may try Zantac (ranitidine) over the counter for example for symptom relief. If not better make sure you see your doctor. ...Read more
Can pain in the lungs, throat or esophagus cause referred pain to the muscles in the back of the neck?
Not the hernia: Usually, the hernia itself is a defect in the abdominal wall. The wall is made of muscle and fascia, so the defect is just an opening in the sheet of muscle/fascia that is not normally there. Organs and items usually contained in the abdomen can 'poke out' through the abnormal opening ; can even get stuck. The hernia would not change positions, but the items poking out into the hernia could change. ...Read more
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