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Treatments For Subdural Hygroma
Excision if desired: The cystic hygroma is usually suspected due to size, location & characteristics. Laboratory examination of the excised mass confirms the initial assessment. Small defects may be left alone if desired. Many larger defects can interfere with general functions & should be removed. ...Read more
Cmv igm 0.92 igg 378, had a fetus with cystic hygroma before & terminated this preg. is it safe to try to get preg again or do I need treatment first?
Safe to get pregnant: just keep follow up with your obstetrician,good luck ...Read more
I did a brain CT & it showed a frontal CSF hygromas & frontal arachnoid cyst. How serious are these findings I'm suffering from confusion, headaches ?
Hygromas: Hygromas associated with confusion and headaches are usually caused by metabolic or toxic problems in the body. Trauma is less likely. Once the problem is corrected then the hygromas resolve spontaneously. Surgery to drain the hygromas is rare unless there is associated subdural bleeding due to a fall from the confusion or encephalopathy. Discuss these findings with a neurosurgeon. ...Read more
Further tests: First, confirm that it is a hygroma. If confirmed, you will need chromosome testing for the baby as 1/2 will have chromosome abnormalities like trisomy 21. A thorough us anatomy scan is important as 1/3 of babies with hygromas will have other physical defects like cardiac. You may want to see a perinatologist but talk to your OB for aplan. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It depends.: Many cases of this are found in utero, or after birth, so often there are no symptoms, just the sign of a swelling in the neck by the posterior triangle at or after birth. Some can be large and can affect breathing and swallowing. They can resolve, but if they are large, they need to be drained. In any case, these patients need to be in a neonatal center capable of monitoring and treating them. ...Read more
Nil to chromosomal: Cystic hygroma can be found in healthy babies or in babies born with chromosome abnormalities. The outcome is generally better for a baby that does not have a chromosome abnormality. About 60% of cystic hygromas result from chromosome abnormalities. Common disorders associated with cystic hygroma are turner syndrome and trisomies. ...Read more
Had to have tmfr due to cystic hygroma and turners syndrome last week, how long til i could try again and what are chances of a repeat outcome?
2 months: Allow your body to heal. Give yourself 2months. At 40, the risk of another turner's is nominal. The risk of any chromosomal problem is 1/100. Check with your provider for more information and advice. ...Read more
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