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Doctor insights on: Treatments For Fibromuscular Dysplasia

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What treatments are available for spondylopiphyseal dysplasia?

What treatments are available for spondylopiphyseal dysplasia?

Supportive: Spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia, group of disorders with primary involvement of vertebrae and epiphyses resulting in a short-trunk disproportionate dwarfism. Associated with myopia, retinal detachment, and deafness. Neck laxity, egenerative joint disease of hips, knees, or shoulders, scoliosis, kyphosis, or lordosis, lower ext. Deformities;coxa vara, genu valgum, equinovarus foot, mds ortho, opth, ent. ...Read more

Dysplasia (Definition)

Abnormal cells which may be pre-malignant, but can also result ...Read more


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Is cryotherapy effective for severe cervical dysplasia?

Is cryotherapy effective for severe cervical dysplasia?

NO CRYOTHERAPY : Cryotherapy should not be done for severe dysphasia. The disease needs to be removed with clean margins and proper follow up care. ...Read more

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What treatments are there for spondylopiphyseal dysplasia?

Managing disease...: Spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia (sed) affects many systems in the body. While there are no cures, it is very important to have a team of specialists to help with the complications of this disease. These include orthopedists (bone issues such as neck stability, joint health, and spine issues), ophthalmologists (retinal problems), and otolaryngologists (hearing deficits). ...Read more

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What are the treatments for Cervical dysplasia?

What are the treatments for Cervical dysplasia?

Depends!: Cervical Dysplasia can be mild, moderate or severe. Mild to moderate Dysplasia maybe just followed by repeat smears and/or Kolposkopy, severe needs treatment. ...Read more

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Treatments for advanced cervical cancer?

Consult a Gynecologi: Cervix cancer has good treatment available and is frequently curable, especially if it is stage 2-3 and sometimes even when it is stage 4. But a gynecologist can advise you better. ...Read more

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Are there any alternative non-surgical treatments for a mild cervical dysplasia?

Are there any alternative non-surgical treatments for a mild cervical dysplasia?

Yes: An very acceptable non-surgical treatment of mild dysplasia is watchful waiting since most mild dysplasia will go away on its own. Discontinuation of smoking and birth control pills could also help. There is some possibility that anti-oxidants, like vitamin c and vitamin a, may be useful as well, but i would recommend moderation in use of supplements since high doses may have side effects. ...Read more

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Are there treatments for pre-cervical cancer?

Are there treatments for pre-cervical cancer?

Gyn exam!: Regular visits to the gyn; and regular pap smears/pelvic exams are used to catch these things early. Treatments are usually local procedures(cone biopsy where the affected portion of cervix is removed, a l.E.E.P procedure which is more involved) but if untreated or not caught early can have more complications including hysterectomy. Please see your ob/gyn! ...Read more

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What chemotherapy treatments exists for patients with esophageal cancer?

What chemotherapy treatments exists for patients with esophageal cancer?

Many: It depends on the type of esophageal cancer and the stage. Cisplatin plus 5-fu is a common regimen, and it is sometimes given with radiation. Other types of chemo being studied include taxol, gemciteabine, irinotecan, and xeloda (capecitabine). A good website for cancer information is www.Cancer.Gov, the national cancer institute website. Good luck! ...Read more

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Are there any treatment options for ?Advanced stage uterine cancer patients?

Are there any treatment options for ?Advanced stage uterine cancer patients?

Radiation, surgery : And chemotherapy: even non-curable cancer may be kept under control with current treatments. If the cancer is too far advanced for control there still are treatments to keep the patient comfortable through palliative and hospice care. ...Read more

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What are some treatment options for cervical degenerative disc disease?

What are some treatment options for cervical degenerative disc disease?

Meds/Shots/Surgery: First line--medications (advil, aleve, (naproxen) etc.--avoid opiates if you can!) as needed for pain relief, ergonomic adjustments at work (good seating posture/distance from computer, etc.), gentle neck exercises. Second-line: steroid+/- Lidocaine injections for pain not controlled with medications. These injections last from a few weeks to several months. Third line: neck surgery. The results are mixed! ...Read more

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What are some treatments for "invasive ductal carcinoma"?

What are some treatments for "invasive ductal carcinoma"?

Multi-modality: It would depend on the stage of the disease, but generally surgery, radiation, hormone therapy, and /or chemotherapy are the treatments. ...Read more

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What are the treatments for cervical cancer?

What are the treatments for cervical cancer?

Surg, rads, chemo: The standard treatments for cervical cancer include surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy. Whether one gets surgery or radiation and chemotherapy depends predominantly on the stage of the disease. ...Read more

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What are cervical spine stenosis treatments? What are treatment options for cervical spine stenosis?

Depends: Some with stenosis have no symtoms, so no treatment is needed. If there are symptoms or signs of myelopathy (hand/arm numbness, tingling, clumbsiness, loss of dexterity, balance problems) a spine surgeon can enlarge the space for the spinal cord. The technique would depend on the shape of your neck, the number of narrow places, surgeon preference (among other things). ...Read more

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What are the treatments for cervicle cancer?

What are the treatments for cervicle cancer?

Prevention: Treatment is too long to discuss here and depends on extent of the cancer. Usually, surgery is part of the plan. But you should know that cervical cancer is preventable with a vaccine. ...Read more

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What are treatments for pyloric stenosis?

What are treatments for pyloric stenosis?

Hydration + surgery: If you are talking about a young infant with hypertrophic pyloric stenosis, the first part of treatment is IV hydration to correct any dehydration present. Once the baby is well-hydrated, he/she undergoes operation, a pyloromyotomy, in which the hypertrophic pyloric muscle fibers are cut so that the stomach can empty properly. The operation can be done openly or laparoscopically. ...Read more

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What are treatments for dysplastic nevi?

What are treatments for dysplastic nevi?

In your eye?: I assume they are dysplatic because they were biopsied? Ask your doctor. ...Read more

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What are some holistic treatments for cervical cancer?

What are some holistic treatments for cervical cancer?

Serious : Cancer is deadly!!! Hopefully you do NOT have it. But if you do stick to proven regimens to treat it. Reserve holistic methods to deal with side effects, nausea etc. don't gamble with cancer. HTTPS://NCCIH.nih.org has good unbiased info on what works ...Read more

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What are some treatments for aortic stenosis surgery?

What are some treatments for aortic stenosis surgery?

Multiple: Options for aortic valve surgery today include replacement with full sternotomy or mini- sternotomy, or percutaneous aortic valve replacement, which will likely be the standard of care in another 5- 10 years. Currently, surgery is still the best approach with the longest track record. ...Read more