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What Sort Of Disorder Is An Enterocele
Bulge, back pain: An enterocele is a hernia of the small bowel into the vagina. Traditionally, it has been described as causing back pain but in reality many women in their middle ages who have enterocele have back pain for other reasons. Thus, the primary symptoms is pelvic pressure and / or a bulge from the vaginal opening. ...Read more
MRI Pituitary Gland: I am not certain I fully understand your question. High prolactin levels in the blood are frequently due to functioning Microadenoma of the Pituitary Gland. MRI of the Pituitary demonstrates these lesions. Study takes under 30 minutes. Requires administration of Gadolinium. ...Read more
If the enterocele is removed, can it grow back? Worse case scenario if i don't opt to have the enterocele removed? Possible complication of surgery
Great Q for Urogyn : Thanks for bringing up three very good questions. Our obgyn colleagues and subspecialists in urogynecology can answer this best. They see the natural course or progression of enteroceles when patients perhaps wait too long for repair. In addition, they can list the risks of a repair. Pardon the graphic image, but it does show the proximity of the pelvic structures to the vagina. ...Read more
Repair: Enterocele is when the small bowel dips down into the pelvis and may prolapse out the vagina or other opening. Laparoscopic techniques involve minimally invasively (with small incisions and a camera) going in to fix the problem. It sometimes is associated with the repair of prolapse of other organs, and may involve the use of mesh. ...Read more
Machine vision: Optical sorting machines use optical-mechanical detectors and mechanical sorters to scan items, usually on a production line to separate out desired and undesired characteristics. Devices also exist to identify individual cells in this manner and sort them out to remove abnormal cells, for instance, from the blood stream or perform diagnostic cell counting. ...Read more
None that r good: Enteroceles may not cause symptoms (incidental finding); therefore, they may not require rx at all. No evidence that, say, yoga, pilates, tai chi, rolfing, herbs, homeopathy work for symptomatic enteroceles. Kegel exercises/biofeedback unlikely to help symptomatic enteroceles (but may be worth a try) surgical management may help. ...Read more
Washing up at work i was sorting out cutlery I managed to stab my palm on the lifeline crease, would I need medical help?
See a doctor: With the injury you describe you could need stitches but may have also caused tendon damage. Get it checked out with a physician. ...Read more
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