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Tumors With Teeth And Hair
MRI, Removal, Biopsy: First an ultrasound, MRI or ct scan will clarify the situation. Could be a mature teratoma, depending on location. I have seen them in the nasal area, although they are found in other areas it may need to be removed by a surgeon and biopsied by an oncologist. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Marching orders: Different cells in the body have different instructions or marching orders as to how they are to grow and function. Sometimes clumps of cells with diverse marching orders form a tumor and mature into very different types of tissue. One type is called a dermoid cyst. These can contain a variety of different tissues including hair. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Regarding your teeth: I am a dentist so i won't comment on problems with your hair. I could list dozens of things that could cause your teeth to be sensitive. Doing that won't help you in any way. A visit to your dentist, however, will. I suspect the two issues that you mentioned are not related. You will also have to see a physician, as a physician can't diagnose or treat you dental problem. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Allergic reaction: Itching is typically due to a local irriation or a allergic reaction. The allergic reaction can be topical (on the skin) or it can be more systemic. Involving the tongue and the hair, it is more likely systemic reaction to something in your environment. Does it occur in certain situations or certain places? Pinpointing the circumstances with a doctor will find the cause and treat it appropriately. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
49yof. I have a pit tumor and an sns disorder. Am losing my hair. Just learned my dhea level is very low (19: normal range 35.4-256) meaning?
My niece is 9 years old and she has a few gray hairs. Should we be worried? She has always been missing a few (at least 4) teeth, but o/w healthy.Thx
Addicted to just eating then purging it all out. My teeth have became really sensitive and my hair is falling out too. Is this serious?
Yes it is: The acid from your stomach is wearing off the enamel on your teeth. You are also likely becoming vitamin and mineral deficient which would result in the hair loss. Please see your family doctor for a complete physicalexam and laboratory workup and then get referred to an eating disorder specialist as soon as possible. Best wishes. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
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