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I was wondering what are the first signs of tubular breasts?

I was wondering what are the first signs of tubular breasts?

No real first signs: There are no real first signs of tubular breast deformity since all breast developing through puberty will look different. Some breasts may even look tubular to start and end up being completely normal. Tubular breasts are usually defined as follow:large areola, narrow base to the breast and a short nipple to fold distance. The breast will have a constricted base and may look like a snoopy nose. ...Read more

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What's tubular nephrosis?

What's tubular nephrosis?

Tubular neCrosis?: "nephrosis" is an old name for any kidney disease, but the usual term is tubular necrosis, the anatomic lesion in common temporary kidney failure in which the tubule cells die. They grow back amazingly well most of the time. ...Read more

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Before 3 years I have tubular pregnency, is there any chance to again it hapen?

Before 3 years I have tubular pregnency, is there any chance to again it hapen?

Yes: If you have had an ectopic (tubal) pregnancy before, you do have an increased risk for it to happen again, even if they removed that tube. The risk varies, depending on your history. Therefore you'll need to contact your physician when you find out you're pregnant. ...Read more

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Is it possible to develop another tubular villi adenoma after a removal only 2.5 yrs ago? I am 34 / female Thank you

Is it possible to develop another tubular villi adenoma after a removal only 2.5 yrs ago? I am 34 / female
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It is possible: One reason to repeat a colonoscopy 1-2 years after removal of an adenoma is to be sure it didn't grow back, and that nothing else was missed. If a repeat colonoscopy is negative, then perhaps you can wait longer. Speak to your gastroenterologist. ...Read more

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I was wondering what are some signs that i might have tubular breasts?

I was wondering what are some signs that i might have tubular breasts?

Mostly Shape: Tubular breasts have a different appearance, typically are not large in outside diameter shape and give appearance of oversized nipple-areolar compared to the outside diameter breast tissue. Narrow base leading to a more 'pointed' appearance is often seen. See your primary care doctor or breast surgeon for evaluation and diagnosis. ...Read more

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What's tubular breast deformity?

What's tubular breast deformity?

It is correctable : Tubular or "tuberous" breast deformity is not uncommon. The breast develops typically with a narrow, constricted base, a high and tight lower breast fold and a large protruding areola. Correction should address all of these areas typically by releasing the tissues, placing an implant and modifying the nipple and areola with reduction and/or lifting. Sometimes a staged procedure is indicated. ...Read more

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How is a tubular necrosis diagnosed?

How is a tubular necrosis diagnosed?

ATN: Acute tubular necrosis is classified as a "renal" (i.e. Not pre-renal or post-renal) cause of acute kidney injury. Diagnosis is made by a fena (fractional excretion of sodium) > 3% and presence of muddy casts (a type of granular cast) in urinalysis and by histopathology. ...Read more

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Can you explain acute tubular necrosis?

Can you explain acute tubular necrosis?

Ischemia, drugs: Acute tubular necrosis (atn) can happen if the kidney has severely reduced blood supply (ischemia). This could be caused by hypotension (very low blood pressure), volume depletion (as a result of illness or trauma), problems with the blood vessels supplying the kidneys (renal artery blockage), and drugs that affect the flow of blood to the kidneys. Drugs and toxins can also directly cause atn. ...Read more

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What are the causes of acute tubular necrosis?

What are the causes of acute tubular necrosis?

Ischemia, drugs: Acute tubular necrosis (atn) can happen if the kidney has severely reduced blood supply (ischemia). This could be caused by hypotension (very low blood pressure), volume depletion (as a result of illness or trauma), problems with the blood vessels supplying the kidneys (renal artery blockage), and drugs that affect the flow of blood to the kidneys. Drugs and toxins can also directly cause atn. ...Read more