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Treatment For Bronchovascular Markings In Chest
Hospital ASAP: Get to the hospital immediately. A sucking chest wound means that the chest cavity is open to air and the lung on that size is completely collapsed. First aid for this is classically placing an occlusive dressing that is taped down on three sides and left open on the fourth side. Definitive treatment is surgery, placing a tube into the chest to re-expand the lung, and breathing machine (ventilator ...Read more
Hi. I have slight pain and discomfort in front and back side chest with certain moves. Suggest me treatment n reason. Thanx?
A penumothorax is: Usually treated with a chest tube as first line treatment. ...Read more
Chest pain: What treatment chemo or radiation? If it is radiation that you had for the chest you may have some scarring of lung may cause shortness of breath and chest pain. You may have to address this problem with your oncologist if related to therapy, if not you should see a cardiologist to rule out heart problems. ...Read more
Keloids.: Two options here. One would be steroid injections into the keloids, hoping they shrink over the long term. This is not always effective. Second, they can be cut out, but the problem would be that the healing from the resection of a keloid can, of course, produce another keloid. Discuss with Dermatologist, but may be wise to just leave them be. ...Read more
My grandson has a misformed chest. Spine also affected. One rib missing and couple of ribs fused and not symmetric. Will he need treatment?
Chest & spine: Issues need to be monitored by your grandson's baby doctor. He/she will keep an eye on what is happening and treat as needed. Catching things early on as they develop can make things easier. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Whenever eating some oily or spicy food it's always feeling of burning or like acidity in chest. Is this a big problem or there is any treatment. Plz h?
Remove or repair: Most surgical treatments are recommended to patients to either repair, remove or replace a broken body part. For chest body parts, the possiblities of chest surgery treatment are many and include remove a lung, or a lung mass, repair an artery or a heart valve. You can ask your surgeon or doctor for more details about your condition and the details of the recommended chest surgery treatment. ...Read more
Pectus carinatum is best operated when young.
Unlikely to cause you physical trouble.
If not very exaggerated in the appearance, you likely should leave alone.
Thoracic surgeons and some pediatric thoracic surgeons are interested in, and expert, in the condition. ...Read more
Systemic Rx: When it's on your trunk, you'll usually need systemic treatment. Topical benzoyl peroxide will help, and your physician will decide the right medication for you to take as a supplement. Often a month or two on an antibiotic like tetracycline will clear you. If not, a referral for Isotretinoin may be the key to a much better life. ...Read more
My wife has abad bruise on the chest. Starting to get hard, how recommend treatment. Its been about 36 hours?
Your wife has a hematoma of the chest wall.
It hardens over several days and may turn black and blue. You can use warm soaks which may help resolution.. ...Read more
Can I use both hot water and cold water treatment to relax the knots in my chest muscles? Or should I treat with only one of them?
Hot and cold: Hot is for soothing or relaxing spasms and cold is for post injury swelling. ...Read more
What can be responsible and treatment for the rash on my 22month old son's body: it started from his back then his face and chest.
See a doctor: Without seeing the rash and examining your son, it is very difficult to give you a good advice. Best is to consult the pediatrician. ...Read more
I've white patches around my neck. It was diagnosed as tenia versicolor. Iit's spreading more towards chest. What is the treatment of this?
I have been suffering from TB for past 1 year. I had treatment for 6 months started with minor operation. Right chest is shrinking too much. Pls help.
Tb infection of the lung may result in scar tissue formation. If you have no symptoms, your doctor will follow your chest x rays and examination to determine whether an additional course of medication is indicated.
Tb can recur, so it is important to report symptoms such as weight loss, sputum, fever and cough. If the ribs are painful, x rays of the ribs to rule out bone TB is indicated. ...Read more
Everyone is saying medicines is not good for two mnth old baby then hw I do treatment of cough n chest muscus of my baby in home feeling sad help need?
Everyone is right!: Your baby is too young to take medicines without a doctor directly involved. Take your baby to a doctor for Dx and Tx as soon as possible. Till then, provide your nursing milk and prevent mucus from drying out w/ warm water. Crying may be OK as baby's way to clear out passages. ...Read more
Describe: Please describe your sudden rash! You need to have it looked at for proper diagnosis. ...Read more
Keratosis Pilaris: Bumpy skin on arms, thighs, trunk is called keratosis pilaris and can also commonly occur on the cheeks. Scrubbing often just makes it red and irritated, picking can leave scars. A lotion containing 12% Lactic Acid can help dissolve away the bumps, but it can take a few weeks to work. ...Read more
Hi I have bilaterat pleural effusion in right chest. Kindly suggest some effective treatment. Thanks?
Heart failure?: Do you have heart failure? There are several reasons for Pleural effusion. Depending upon how large you might need thoracocentesis or fluid drained and analyzed. If cough fever this could be infected or empyema thus requiring chest tube drainage. However it is usually only on one side. In summary if this is a new Pleural effusion the cause must be worked up. ...Read more
I am male 32.I am feeling pain in my chest nipples. Nowadays I am getting treatment of hyperthyradism. What can be the reason of nipples pain?
I have tenia versicolor in the chest and abdomen for about 5 year but I leave it without treatment, now I want a treatment to disappear of it?
Difficult To Treat: Tinea versicolor is a fungal infection in the skin and can be difficult to treat. It is primarily cosmetic, as it only causes color changes in the skin. It can sometimes be cleared by applying an antifungal cream daily or using a medicated dandruff shampoo (leave it on the area for 20 min. And rinse). Once it looks clear, you may need maintanence treatment. Sometimes, oral meds are used. ...Read more
I had an IPL treatment on Friday and I have dark circles on my face and chest. They seem superficial on my face and there is no pain associated with?
This is normal: Superficial darkening after IPL is normal and is called peppering. It will resolve over the next week. ...Read more
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