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What Is Mucosal Bleeding
Bleeding gums: Mucosa bleeding is bleeding of gum tissue. This can come from gum disease, bleeding between teeth and gum tissue. Other types of bleeding can be due to use of blood thinner, sever allergic reaction, autoimmune disease, systemic bleeding due to drugs, etc. If you cannot find a cause, best to have it evaluated. ...Read more
Mucosa bleeding is bleeding of gum tissue. This can come from gum disease, bleeding between teeth and gum tissue. Other types of bleeding can be due to use of blood thinner, sever allergic reaction, autoimmune disease, systemic bleeding due to drugs, etc. If you cannot find a cause, best ...Read more
Rectal to distal sigmoid colon, mild segmental inflammation. Colitis had following findings; erythematous. Few petechiae. No mucosal bleeding. TRANSLATE?
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When a doctor does a procedure, there is a reason or possible rationale. After the procedure, patients ask for the answers/ the findings of the procedure and what they mean. Did you have any such discussion with your doctor?
From my perspective you do not have anything serious found. But you did not tell us what symptoms did you have before the procedure & how do you feel now?
Please give us feedb ...Read more
Having surgery on l nasal polyp excision with partial septal mucosal resection and itr d/w pt including but not limited bleeding, what does that mean?
See Below: If one has questions regarding a procedure or a consent for a procedure then it is best to discuss this with the treating physician. ...Read more
Re: a multi-lobulated/polypoid/2-3 cm/intermed-sessile right colon lesion, non-lifting/mucosal tissue looks normal/no ulceration/bleeding. Doc said would call if malignant 24-72 hrs. 6 days & no word.
Call your doctor: There is no diagnostic substitute for tissue biopsy, so you need to find out those results. ...Read more
Many causes: A severed artery or big vein, a ruptured organ most notably the liver, an ulcer or cancer causing bleeding into the gut, lack of platelets causing bleeding from the rectum, esopageal varices from liver disease that rupture and cause fatal vomiting or passage of blood -- all these and many others. The dying person feels primarily a sensation of cold; if you've lost someone you have my sympathy. ...Read more
Menorrhagia: Is the term applied to heavy bleeding that occurs with a normally timed menstrual period (if frequent periods: metrorhaggia). Causes include hormonal imbalances, ovarian dysfunction, uterine fibroids or polyps, adenomyosis (uterine glands "invading" muscle), bleeding disorders, pregnancy complications, cancer. When to see doc: bleeding limiting lifestyle, possibly anemic, change tampon every 1-2 H ...Read more
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