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See dermatologist.: Pityriasis rubra pilaris is a rare disorder and usually mistaken for psoriasis, the treatment depends on the presentation. It can occur as circumscribed juvenile form or the adult classic form . The adult form often disappears after 3 years but the circumscribed juvenile form lasts for life. Emollients and Hydrocortisone ointments help with the cracking and dryness. Methotrexate helps. ...Read more
I have raynuads dis. Lichen scelerosus atrophicusto many tests, its from 1983, great physicians learn from historic illness, its how medicine evolves
Great: The comment is correct but I do not know your question. ...Read more
Webbed toes: The quick answer is no.Get a more detailed answer ›
Homeopathy: Although some of my colleagues consider this unscientific, there are studies using homeopathy with people suffering from psoriasis. And these studies are positive. See http://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pubmed/19192019 and http://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pubmed/17544862 conventional treatment dose not always work, and these are alternatives. Mindfulness meditation has also shown + results in psoriasis. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
A few: Some people have tried over-the-counter arch supports, and may find they meet their needs and not want more. Others have tried a few types and they might not have helped. Like no one eyeglass prescription fits all, neither do arch supports. See a podiatrist to see what's best for your need. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cbc~wbc17.2, plate476 ab-high>neut10.2, lymph5.13, mono1.37, baso0.17 low>iron31, bun8, lap#13(15-85range) jak2 neg. Cml ph-neg? Something else?
Suspect?: Please send us your serial WBC counts done so far. You need to do some more CBC tests and see how your WBC count would change over a few months before we can be certain as to what is causing the high WBC counts. There is no rush for doing any other tests for the next few months unless WBC count keeps rising. ...Read more
Antiperspirant: Begin with the same thing sold for under arms. It is very important to apply to DRY skin. A dermatologist can work with you. You might try 20% or even 35% aluminum chloride, always on completely dry skin. Covering with saran wrap or plastic gloves for a few hours twice a week often makes the antiperspirant more effective. Surgery, pills, botox not to be considered except in rare cases. ...Read more
I am a writer, need medical insight. Scene: youth suffers punctured lung, barbed hook on ship at sea. No modern medicine; none trained. Best response?
What available: Alternatives are to enlarge hole in chest wall to create an open pneumothorax and prevent tension from trapped air, or to create valve type mechanism with some type of tube and flutter valve or water submersion of tube to allow air out of chest cavity but not allow it back in through tube. ...Read more
Apart from adolf hitler and radovan karadzic what other genocidal war criminals are into quackery?
Cancer Villages: The global economic boom and outsourcing of manufacturing to countries like china for the cheap labor costs have quickly outrun the proper application & regulation of safe & health practices among factory workers and has lead to the propagation of pollution and toxic waste in the surrounding "cancer villages" : http://chinadigitaltimes.Net/2009/05/a-map-of-chinas-cancer-villages/. ...Read more
condropatia rouliana grade 111 1v artropatia patelofemoral
external avanzada in relation probably con hiperpresion
lesion intransustancial 2?
Try again: Not sure of your question. Can you try again? ...Read more
Yes: You need to consult an orthopedic surgeon. ...Read more
Cortisone inj anterior tib tendon no effect.Other possibilities?Worn boot,done physio,taken anti-inflammatories,worn orthotics.Slipped 1 1/2 yrs ago.
Poly OA,mild palm psoriasis.L3/4 stenosis, cerv.spond +++fatigue.RF,immune screen,HLA-B27 -ve. Bloods ok bar +AlkPhos ++GGT. No alcohol. Only dx FM ??
Follow your doctor: given all these factors, I'd keep following up with my GP/Rheumatologist, can get a second opinion though from another rheumatologist if you can, but unfortunately not on this platform, limited ability for a thorough medical evaluation of a complex condition, good luck ...Read more
Is sujok accupuncture where needles are used only on hands & feet & not on any other body part, effective in treating hypothyroidism & infertility.
Not effective: Acupuncture is not in any way effective for treating hypothyroidism. If you do not have enough thyroid hormone, then a supplemental thyroid hormone replacement is the only effective treatment. Acupuncture has been used to treat infertility, but the reports are not convincing - many women get pregnant during infertility evaluations even without any treatment. See a reproductive endocrinologist! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer