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Treatment For Fullness Of Pelvicalyceal System
What does mild uretero-pelvocalyceal fullness means? Doest it have something to do why im having recurrence of urinary tract infection? Treatment??
Perhaps: Possibly but the specialist that can answer your question is a urologist. Ask you family doctor to refer you to one ...Read more
What is bilateral pelvi-calyceal system fullness(left>right)? What is d treatment of mildly dilated left ureter with left VUJ calculus(8mm)?
Kidney obstruction : Pelvi-calyceal system fullness refers to dilation of the internal structures of the kidney, usually caused by obstruction of drainage from the kidney. An 8 mm stone has a low likelihood of passing spontaneously, and will usually require treatment to remove it, in order to relieve obstruction of the kidney and ureter. This can be done using minimally invasive scope procedures, or shock wave treat. ...Read more
I have gone through lft. My total protein level is 8.1 and sgpt is 40. In usg shows left kidney has minimal fullness of pelvicalyceal system. Need adv
Can doctors tell me what does mild fullness of left pelvicalyceal system and ectatic left ureter mean?
Kidney: This description is of your kidney and ureteral anatomy. A full explanation, which you deserve, is best given by a urologist who has the x-rays and can review the findings and their meanings with you. ...Read more
Echogenic focus on LV, fullness of left pelvicalyceal system.found in anomalies scan at 22nd week. Does it indicate down syndrome?
Genetic testing: We can not conclude the genetic status of the baby based only on these findings. This typically would prompt further testing. There are blood tests that are commonly done to help assess the risk of the genetic abnormalities during the 1st and 2nd trimester of pregnancy. Contact your doctor to determine if these were done and schedule a visit to discuss the sonogram findings in detail. ...Read more
If I've had genital warts for 3+ years and they haven't gone away is there something wrong with my immune system? I haven't tried any treatments yet. Don't smoke, live healthy live style and just a full physical that's was all clear.
I recently had a 5 day 1g/day cortisone treatment gaining 6kg in 5 days. 3 weeks later and it hasn't gone away. How long does it stay in your system?
You have to cut on e: Cut down on your eating! The cause of weight gain from steroids is overeating due to increase in appetite. So you will need to cut down intake and exercise more in order to reduce weight. It may take about 4-6 weeks to lose weight provided you create a negative caloric balance. ...Read more
Repair: At 45 years old, you should absolutely seek out a shoulder specialist and have your rotator cuff repaired. The long term risk with leaving it unrepaired is substantial. You are likely to eventually get worsening function and secondary arthritis if you have an unrepaired cuff tear for more than a decade. If you were 75, not such a concern, but at your age, this should not be ignored. ...Read more
NS illness: Depends on the disease & the part of the nervous system involved. If neurologic symptoms, consult a Neurologist. ...Read more
Yes & maybe: Any time patients don't take medications as directed, they shouldn't expect full recovery. Depending upon what needs to be treated, there may be dire consequences. Unfortunately, I couldn't divine any more detail from your question to answer more specific to your situation. Go ask your family physician about your concerns. ...Read more
X how long does it take for the toxins to leave your system once chemo treatments are all complete? Treatment was 4 sessions 21 days apart.
How long does claravis/ isotreitnion stay in ur system after finishing treatment i just finished 2days ago. And does it continue to improve results?
Claravis: The half-life is approximately 20 hours but the drug remains in the system for 4-5 days. Results improve over time. ...Read more
Treatment of what?:
If you the treament with amphtricneb?
Nephrotoxicity is a major adverse effect of treatment with amb, reportedly causing some degree of renal impairment in >80% of treated patients . Renal function impairment may be reversible after cessation of treatment with amb and, sometimes, despite continued therapy, possibly as a result of tissue. ...Read more
Different: Er is just for emergencies and stabilize patients until they are routed to appropriate level of care. A trauma center is a hospital has a group of highly trained physicians and surgeons taking care of trauma patients. These include specialties like general surgery, orthopedics, neurosurgery, ENT etc. ...Read more
Twitching : Muscle twitching or fasciculation in the absence of weakness or atrophy (thinning of the muscle) is a common benign occurrence. If there is muscle weakness and/or muscle wasting then I suggest you contact your physician for correct diagnosis and treatment. Some types of neuropathies, caffeine use, and certain medications are known to cause these benign muscle twitches. ...Read more
Since weakness can involve brain or spinal cord lesions, or directly from muscle or peripheral nerve issues, need to locate area of dysfnctn, make sure there are no metabolic issues, medicine reactions, or toxins present.
Once this is clarified, treatment can be accomplished. ...Read more
Hmmm: Following single or multiple doses of piperacillin / tazobactam to healthy subjects, the plasma half-life of piperacillin and tazobactam ranged from 0.7 to 1.2 hours and was unaffected by dose or duration of infusion. The elimination half-lives of both piperacillin and tazobactam are increased with decreasing renal clearance. ...Read more
Medications for Baby: The question here is has this medicine or any medicine you want to give or as you said "try on your baby", been prescribed and approved for your child. Many medications that are safe in adults are not in children and if the are approved need much different doses. Never give a child a prescription drug that has not been prescribed for them. This med is no longer available in US. ...Read more
What is the genus species name for streptococcus? What body system does it affect the most/ is there a treatment or cure?
What is the treatment for full thickness tear in the anterior distal supraspinatus tendon with 1.5 CM of tendon retraction?
Depends: Depends on if you are having symptoms or not, if it's dominant or nondominant side. Can be treated conservatively initially with strengthening of the rotator cuff, steroid injection if needed. If this fails, ultimately surgery would be required to reconstruct the tendon and put it back where it should be. ...Read more
Is it possible that a full treatment of syphillis, with three pencillian, didn't fully cute it and the virus comes back?
Latent syphilis..: Is likely diagnosed here since three doses of pencillin (should have been so-called benzathine penicillin) was used. In this stage, the RPR or vdrl test may not become negative the way it does in primary and secondary infection. In reinfection, the titer should rise but if it stays more or less the same, the organism, a bacterium not a virus, has not reoccurred. ...Read more
Good Afternoon, I am contacting you in regard to a concern in ADD treatment. Throughout grade school I never noticed it too much that it was hard for me to stay focused I didn't think much of it. Now being 23 in college and working full time I have re
Add: ADD treatment has reached significant scrutiny and no longer are physicians able to give trials of amphetamines or other drugs safely to protect patient and physician without appropriate psychological testing. The testing allows for appropriate classification for school and sometimes for jobs and insurance carriers ...Read more
Depends: If the ACL has not retracted, it may heal on its own, sometimes it does not. When it does not, then physical therapy and braces can be used to strengthen the knee overall. If you are not a very active person this may be just fine, however ACL replacement surgery is an option. If you do not want surgery than stem cell therapy can be used to heal tissues/ligements. Check out Regenexx. Com. ...Read more
Seven days: You should not have sex again until you and your sex partner(s) have completed treatment. If your doctor prescribes a single dose of medication, you should wait seven days after taking the medicine before having sex. If your doctor prescribes a medicine for you to take for seven days, you should wait until you have taken all the doses before having sex. ...Read more
Transport to Level I/II Trauma Ctr. ER.
Refer Rx to Trauma Surgeon, as well as, follow up care. ...Read more
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