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Doctor insights on: Visceral Vs Parietal Pain

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What is an inflammation of visceral and parietal pleura?

What is an inflammation of visceral and parietal pleura?

Multiple pathologies: Inflammation of the pleura, pleurisy, may be due to infections in the pleural cavity or overlying lung. There is generally inflammation of the pleura overlying lung infarcts. Auto-immune diseases, e.g., lupus can also cause inflammation of pleura. Pleurisy of apparent unknown cause should be treated as tuberculosis unless proven otherwise. ...Read more

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What is visceral hyperalgesia?

What is  visceral hyperalgesia?

Functional pain/abdo: Is another name for pain in abdomen in children and some adults which can be acute or chronic for which no cause has been found inspite of doing all the tests.Some GI specialist feel that severe case of functional abdominal pain may actually be due to visceral hyperalgesia.It means that a person has increased hypersensitivity to pain in the viscra of stomach and intestines. It responds to pain me. ...Read more

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What cause visceral hyperalgesia?

What cause  visceral hyperalgesia?

causes visceral/hyp: I n many cases it starts after a viral illness or other infection or insult to the GI tract.This causes temporary damage to the mucus lining of stomach, causing pain, it then sensitises the stomach and other parts of intestine and cause abdominal pain. Other conditions like abdominal migraine, pancreatitis, and esophageal reflux may trigger this condition, and it can happen in other visceras as well. ...Read more

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How can I reduce visceral fat and external fat?

How can I reduce visceral fat and external fat?

Weight/fat loss: Eat healthfully. Try to eat at least 5 servings of vegetables & 4 of fruit per day. Increase nutritional fiber. Avoid refined sugar & junk carbohydrates. Avoid alcohol, sweetened juices, soda & caffeinated beverages. Aim for 7.5 to 8 hrs of sleep / night. Hydrate w at least 64 oz of water / day. Calories burned must > calories consumed. Do both cardio & weight training. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of visceral hypersensitivity?

What are the symptoms of visceral hypersensitivity?

Distension/bloating: Distension --may be pain in the guts, if lower part of guts, then urgency to use no.2 bloating-- may be more gassy but not necessary; may be a abdominal fullness sensation. ...Read more

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What is a parietal stroke? How is it different from a regular stroke?

What is a parietal stroke? How is it different from a regular stroke?

Parietal stroke: A parietal stroke is a stroke of the parietal lobe. This part of the brain is involved in language reception, sensation to touch, and other functions. ...Read more

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What is a parietal stroke? How is it different from a regular stroke?

What is a parietal stroke? How is it different from a regular stroke?

Location : Parietal refers to the location in the brain, it is one of the lobes of the brain. There are two parietal lobes, right and left. So, a parietal stroke is a stroke effecting the parietal lobe. ...Read more

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What will be the ideal Max visceral fat % for male and female at 33 years old?

What will be the ideal Max visceral fat % for male and female at 33 years old?

Varies: especially because the BMI predictor is very bad if based just on weight and height. Calipers or measuring the folds of fat are much better indicators. about 22% fat is ok for males, a bit more for females Thru the main page, you can connect directly to me to ask more detailed questions http://www.nerdpocalypse.net ...Read more

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Is having 16.8% total body fat with 4.5% visceral fat healthy for 150lbs 5 11 male?

Is having 16.8% total body fat with 4.5% visceral fat healthy for 150lbs 5 11 male?

Probably: It seems like your fat percentage is a little high. However, your overall body weight is very low, and maintenance of a low body weight reduces risk. It would be better to focus more of your calorie intake on low inflammatory proteins and complex carbohydrates; simple carbs promote visceral fat deposition and also the deposition of high percentages of fat in general. TY for this fun question! ...Read more

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I am 48 years old, height 172cm, weight 75kgs. My visceral fat level vfa is 10.5. Is that dangerous to me and what can I do to reduce to the normal.?

I am 48 years old, height 172cm, weight 75kgs. My visceral fat level vfa is 10.5. Is that dangerous to me and what can I do to reduce to the normal.?

BMI: Your bmi aroud 25.5 putting you well below the 50 th percentile for those the same height and age. Your in the normal range otherwise. ...Read more