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Vascular Tissue In Humans
Hi! I was wondering about if a binary vascular system could be supported within the normal human body. If so, would it be advised?
See below: Yes, it can be supported but probably not the best thing since it would require 2 hearts. This would put quite a bit of load on the lungs, take up a lot of space needed for other things (including double the vasculature) and it's doubtful it would be any more efficient than a health cardiovascular system the "usual" singular way. ...Read more
The body is composed of tissue that are classically described as beiing derived from three basic embyonic layers known as the endoderm, mesoderm and ectoderm that then differentiate into the structures that compose the body such as skin, soft tissues, bone, muscle, organs, etc. Stem cells are not differentiated and have the potential to ...Read more
Blood clotting: Your blood has several substances (factors) which cause clotting and several factors which inhibit clotting. Normally these are in a sort of balance and your blood does not clot unless it remains stagnant somewhere like people with certain arrhythmias, or you have an injury, or you are immobilized in bed or sometimes during a long period of sitting. ...Read more
What would cause increased vascularity and inflammatory changes of the soft tissue surrounding a baker's cyst?
Some questions on the heart and vascular system--do they have same tissues, do same things damage them both?
Can injections of bupicavaine for pain relief lead to killing off tissue that's been compromised by a vascular disease?
Bupivacaine: This is one of the longer acting local anesthetics and can be used safely by a trained specialist without any damage to the tissue. It produces a reversible block of nerve conduction, such as at a dentist's office. Please be a bit more specific about your vascular disease for a better answer. Good luck. ...Read more
What does all this mean. Heterogeneous glandular tissue w mild increased vascularity suggestive of thyroiditis/no focal lesion identified?
Goiter/FNA: If this is your fna/fine needle aspirate result, then your doc will likely recommend medication and monitoring for your thyroid disease. ...Read more
Can middle chest pain when pressed be due to anything pertaining vascular disorder due to connective tissue disease?
Not usually: This is not a usual association.Get a more detailed answer ›
Lump for 3 yr left neck soft tissue. Tiny superficial subcutaneous hypoechoic nodule 5x2x4 mm. No inc. Vascularity or fluid collection. Cyst or node?
Node: Because is small and not increasing in size, is beningn node, and if become larger see your doctor to remove it. ...Read more
Is hughes disease a vascular disease or connective tissue disease? I forgot to ask rheumatologist when recently diagnosed.
All: Hughes disease or antiphaspholipid synrome, has sticky blood causes clotting in unwanted places and time, due to thrombosis depending on the site causes variety of symptoms, TIA pe, deep vein thrombosis miscarriage etc could be immunological, as antiphaspho lipid antibodies are found, some times lupus also found in hughes syn. Warfarin is used ...Read more
DID US - NODULE WITH TISSUE' SIZE 0.8 *1.5 CM, VASCULAR FLOW + MICRO CALCIFICATIONS. WHAT IS THE ֵ% CANCER? ALSO HAVE ACID REFLUX ַ& HELICOBACTER-
DID US - THYROID RIGHT NODULE WITH TISSUE' SIZE 0.8 *1.5 CM, VASCULAR FLOW + MICRO CALCIFICATIONS. WHAT IS THE ֵ% CANCER? ON SAME SIDE CYST 0.2 CM
US SAYS NODULE W TISSUE SIZE 0.8*1.5 CM WITH VASCULAR FLOW AND A NUMBER OF MICROCALCIFICATIONS. CANCER.? WHAT % CANCER? ALSO HAVE HELICOBACTER & REFLUX
Multifactorial: At 21 if you are active gaining weight is difficult for some. Use a basal body expenditure calculator and be very generous on your level of activity. If you count calories closely along with subtracting calories burned per day you should gain a pound for every 3500 calories in excess. Medical reasons for difficulty gaining weight are exceedingly rare if you are generally healthy. ...Read more
Can 'benign breast tissue with lactational change' cause a vascular 7x4mm hypoechoic area on ultrasound?
Can't Answer this: Your biopsy was performed in an area that was of concern on mammogram, ultrasound, or both. The pathology report has to be correlated with those imaging studies. If there is a concern that the biopsy did not full explain the imaging concerns, then repeat biopsy may be necessary. The physician who performed your biopsy is responsible for this correlation. ...Read more
What could a "7x4mm hypo-echoic vascular area" on breast sonogram be? Biopsy said benign breast tissue wit lactational change. Vascular?
See your Radiologist:
The radiologist who performed your biopsy is familiar with the imaging features of what was biopsied & able to appropriately correlate imaging findings with pathologic results after a biopsy.
Establishing concordance-careful imaging-pathology correlation & appropriated post-biopsy management is done after every breast biopsy. This could have been just normal breast tissue, but need to see imaging. ...Read more
Don't assume benign: If you have been told that you have a blood clot, I would never assume that it benign. It you are uncertain of the severity or significance, then seek a vascular specialist opinion. It could be a DVT within the gastrocnemius veins or other muscle veins, which occasionally can become a more serious from of DVT. Or it could be a more benign hematoma. You would need an ultrasound w/ interpretation. ...Read more
Blood vessels: "vasculum" is latin for vessel.Get a more detailed answer ›
No I can't: I am not a botanist.Get a more detailed answer ›
A growth which has e: A vascular mass means a tumor or growth which has excess of blood flowing through it. It may be a benign tumor of blood vessesl commonly called hemangioma or it can be a cancerous growth, many of which has excess of blood flowing through them. You need to find out from the treating doctor what is the cause of this mass/tumor and what is he/she recommending for diagnosis and treatment? ...Read more
Degree of vascularit: Most tumor grow by anerobic metabolism, Warburg Citric Acid Cycle. They do not need oxygen to survive and can best be controlled by use of Hyperbaric Oxygenation. Blood supply serves to allow the tumor cells to metastasize. Drugs that inhibit blood supply like Avastin (bevacizumab) actually work by opening microcirculation to let drugs into tumor. More effectively. ...Read more
Source of invasion: All tumors tend to spread, mostly by metastasizing through surrounding blood supply. The tumors do not need the oxygen supplied by the vessels to survive since they grow by anaerobic metabolism. When Folkman developed angiostatin to diminish blood supply to tumors there was no change in growth and lesions progressed. This confirmed the role of vascularization to the tumor as sources for invasion ...Read more
Don't skip meals,: Don't miss sleep, avoid smoking, drink plenty of water, and maintain the same caffeine intake day to day, whether it is a lot or none at all. If this is not enough to keep your headaches down to a few times a month, medications such as beta blockers can help prevent migraines as well. ...Read more
Exercise!: The only way to improve one's cardiorespiratory endurance or aerobic condition is via (more) exercise. Of course, if you've already been exercising and gradually pushing yourself w/o improvement, you should go see your family physician to make sure you don't have a heart or lung condition preventing you from getting better. ...Read more
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