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What Are The Corollaries Of Getting Itp
Bruising, bleeding: People with itp may be at an increased risk of bruising or bleeding, depending on the platelet count and other factors, such as medications. If needed, itp can be treated with steroids or other medications. In some instances, removing the spleen (splenectomy) may be recommended. If you are to require surgery, the surgeon should be made aware of this condition. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not sure what asking: Inflamed diverticuli may affect adjacent tissues with the inflammation of these producing a wide spectrum of symptoms. They may perforate and produce localized abscesses, peritonitis, sepsis, formation of fistulous tracts to other organs, scarring and adhesions may create intestinal obstruction. If appropriately managed, however, these are uncommon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
PMS: We don't know the exact cause of pms/pmdd; i think the hormones trigger a chemical imbalance of nerutransmitters; this is why antidepressants work. Exercise and stress relief at that time also help. Also load up on the b vitamins....Stress tabs seem to help. There are a lot of complimentary treatments for this and one that seems to work well is krill oil. ...Read more
Cervical Cancer: Depending on the stage of the cancer, it is treated by a cone biopsy or a radical hysterectomy. It could mean you can't have children again. The cancer seems to spread to organs that are next to it so it can cause a blockage of the tube that connects the kidney to the bladder and that would be even more extensive. Is this the answer you are looking for? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Please understand...: That the current trend in obstetrics (according to my colleagues) is not to do surgical episiotomies, as there is a great deal of evidence that healing is better if the posterior birth canal is allowed to tear naturally. However, this tearing often requires repair with sutures by the obstetrician. You will be given pain medication either with or without an episiotomy. Ask your doctor! ...Read more
Chronic leukemia: 2 big groups of chronic leukemia are- chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) and chronic lymphocytic leukemia (cll). The chance of beating CML is very good as the response to daily tyrosine kinase inhibitor therapy is amazing and the remission rate is high. In cll, however, therapy usually wont be needed on diagnosis if there is no indication.Also, many times people die of something else and not due to cll. ...Read more
Color deficiency: Most people, more often men, with color deficiency will make inappropriate color recognitions and matches. Their acuity is usually normal. It is isolated and has no bearing on any other aspect of general health. There are a few really rare eye degenerations with lowered vision and color deficits but these are inherited. ...Read more
Dengue...: Dengue infected patients are either asymptomatic or they have one of three clinical presentations: undifferentiated fever; dengue fever with or without hemorrhage; or dengue hemorrhagic fever (dengue shock syndrome). There are three phases of dengue hemorrhagic fever: the febrile phase, the critical (plasma leak) phase, and the convalescent (reabsorption) phase. ...Read more
There are many.: Bruises, particularly in unusual places can be a clue (but can occur anywhere). A pinpoint red rash known as petechiae is frequently seen. Blood blisters in the mouth (wet purpura) can be seen and are a reason to be treated. Bleeding from other mucosal surfaces can occur. Rarely, intracranial bleeding can occur and be life threatening. If you have thrombocytopenia work with your dr to find cause. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Uncommon: There are two sites where malignancies can involve the nose. The more common is on the skin wherein one sees basal cell and squamous cancers. In the mucosa of the nose basal cell lesions can be found but more commonly nasal mucosal tumors are also seen as squamous and glandular adenocarcinomas When defined early surgery and RT can be curative. ...Read more
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