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What Is A Stomach Bruit
Bruit refers to a sound, heard via a stethoscope, of blood when it flows through a narrowed opening. As blood flows through a narrow diameter within a vessel, the velocity of flow increases and also becomes more turbulent. The importance of this sound is that, if your doctor hears it, it can signify underlying atherosclerosis--i.e. Build-up ...Read more
Medical management: A "bruit" is noise transmitted from turbulent flow. A common cause of a bruit is atherosclerosis but a fair number of healthy people can have a benign bruit due to turbulent flow. A few tests - ultrasound, ankle brachial index can establish if there is atherosclerosis. If you do have atherosclerosis, medical management, no smoking is key. ...Read more
Bruits are turbulent: 42 y/o female says Dr heard abdominal bruit, asks if life threatening? Bruits are turbulent flow over narrowed/blocked Artery usually caused by hardening/clogging of artery by Arteriosclerosis or dislodged particles (emboli) in the blood stream. Some are life threatening while others are not. Abdominal Aorta bruit usually at point of dilation of the medial tunica tearing away from clogged intima ...Read more
22 and thin, nonsmoker. Dr found an abdominal aortic bruit today. She didn't seem concerned, should I be?
Bruit heard in both sides of cartiod arteries and abdomen, should I be concerned ? Dr said no worries just being safe with echo!
Yes and no: first step is for you to have the ultrasound of your neck, to determine if there is a partial blockage of the carotid arteries. Generally if you have less 50% blockage (stenosis), you do Not need surgery! Just need to continue to monitor and control your cholesterol to prevent further blockage. For your abdomen, the ultrasound will help determine if you have an "abdominal aortic aneurysm." ...Read more
Bruit: A bruit is a noise heard usually by stethoscope, caused by noisy blood flow in a vessel. We look for the cause of the bruit and if there is something which needs to be dealt with causing it, we act. Some things need surgery, many don't; ask your doctor what's the story. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What does carotid pulses +2/4 bilaterally mean with no bruit? Abdominal Aorta not prominent? Femoral pulse +2/4 bilaterally. Is that normal?
I am 49 & have 2 kids. Get frequently headcahes and or loose motion. Doctor said an artery in stomach is swollen and there is bruit. Pl advise.?
Need more: It sounds like you have a problem with your arteries. We wouldn't expect problems with the gastric arteries to cause headaches or dizziness. It is possible, however, that you have problems in several arteries including arteries that supply the brain or are near it. Imaging studies of the head and neck arteries can evaluate this further. Continue working with your doctor. ...Read more
I have m.S. And would like to find out which exercises i can do on my stomach to help keep it slim?
Indirect bilirubin 1.6, direct 0.3. Direct is only 0.1 above normal. Dr. Said gilbert's. Abdominal u/s normal. Gilberts?
Ever tested before?: If your previous chemical profiles have been similar, and everything else is normal, it's probably gilbert's. Otherwise, if you're on any medications, a trial of stopping them might tell. If you've gotten jaundiced during an illness when you've gone a few days without eating, think gilbert's. Trust your blood smear is normal as well / no hemolysis and no deep bruises. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I'm in my 20's, have been feeling nauseous on the left side of my stomach , comes an goes , no pain just feeling nauseous , what could cause this ?
For 2 yrs I get pain @ upper left quadrant when I bend over-mid abdomen far left. Goes away if I stretch upright, very painful. U/S normal. Thoughts?
Abdominal u/s showed gast. sac at 4 weeks 4 days. One week later, transvag. (not abdominal) u/s showed 4 weeks 6 days. U/s type discrepancy? Miscarry?
Every day by late afternoon about 3 30 my stomach begins to hurt it s not a sharp pain all of the time more of an all around pain but at times it is s?
Don't know: Cannot answer this question without a complete medical history, physical examination and needed laboratory tests. Are you just finishing school at 3:30 pm every day? Are you sexually active? Is there some other activity occurring around that time? You need to see your medical provider for an evaluation. ...Read more
What is happening? :( i haven't slept for three days and nights and during those times I have not felt the need of hunger at all. I'd try to s stomach down something but it won't go down. I keep gagging it back up. It's been long and stressful and i'd lov
Get it checked: Most rashes on a baby's abdomen are benign, and are caused by common skin conditions, such as eczema, or by common viruses. Signs that a rash may be more serious include if the rash looks like small purple spots or bruises, if the baby has a high fever with the rash, if your baby is lethargic or listless, or if the child has other symptoms, such as frequent vomiting, seizure, or a bulging fontanel. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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