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White Spots On Bladder
Cystoscopy.: A camera in the bladder is a procedure called cystoscopy. Unfortunately, without being at the procedure or seeing captured images, I can't be certain what the spots might be. It can range from benign or inflammatory changes to spots that might be suspicious for bladder cancer. If there is any concern, the urologist would plan to perform a biopsy of the spots. ...Read more
The bladder is a muscular organ in the pelvis that accepts urine from the kidneys, stores the urine at low pressure, & expels the urine during voluntary voiding. Though seemingly a simple reservoir, the bladder is a complex organ intricately connected with the brain and spinal cord with sensory, motor, and autonomic circuits. The muscular layer that contracts during voids ...Read more
Need Bx results: A histological biopsy would be required to know whether the spots are dangerous or what they are. Ask the dr. Who scoped you to explain the results and if any course of action needs to take place moving forward. Best wishes. ...Read more
Hello doc I'm john 17years old and often masturbate and for past two yrs there have been black spots on my penis and a lil bigger spot on my bladder.
My 10 year daughter had a cystoscopy and the Docter found red spots in her bladder and womb and also stuff like fluff from clothing in her womb?
I found some white spots on my back and shoulders, what should I do? P.S. Today I noticed some small spots on my chest and neck!
VisualDX: Hi, it’s hard to say without a picture but there is a great app that may be able to help you get a diagnosis without being seen in person by a dermatologist. The app is called VisualDX and is one of the best, if not the best out there. Many clinicians, including myself, use it. Just snap a photo and it gives you a list of possible diagnoses. Good luck! ...Read more
Several Causes: White spots on skin have many causes. In folks older than 40, the main cause is sun damage called " idiopathic guttate hypomelanosis". It happes mostly on the forearms and shins. Other causes include vitiligo, postinflammatory hypopigmentation, medication or chemical leukoderma, and finally hypopigmented mycosis fungoides (a type of skin lymphoma). I would have you see a dermatologist. ...Read more
White spots on the s: There are as many causes of white spots on the skin as there are patients that have them. Everything from fungi to genetic or unknown causes can make white spots. Various depigmenting disorders can also make them. There's no way to tell you what's causing yours unless you see a dermatologist and have the diagnosis made. ...Read more
Here are some. ..: Do white spots look like millet? If so and without long foreskin-related inflammation, they most likely represent hyperactive sebaceous glands of hair follicles, which are harmless & require no Rx at all. Nonetheless, without a direct look, a prefect Dx is hard to come by. So, seek professional evaluation & counseling timely. ...Read more
As above: To be safe my advise is see your PCP for evaluation. ...Read more
A number of: Possibilities. You would need an actual exam for an accurate diagnosis. ...Read more
Depends: You need to have a dilated retinal exam by an eye doctor, sooner rather than later. ...Read more
There are a few different things that could be going on here:
- chronic/recurrent bacterial infections with non-strep bacteria
- viral infections (such as mono)
- tonsilliths - also known as "tonsil stones" these are little pieces of food that become lodged in the folds of the tonsil. Like an oyster, the tonsil becomes irritated and coats these pieces in mucus until the pop out on their own (those are the "white spots"). They can sometimes cause soreness and bad breath.
If this continues to be a chronic problem, you may want to see an otolaryngologist (ear, nose and throat doctor) for a more in-depth exam, throat cultures, and to possibly consider having your tonsils removed if other therapies are not working. Good luck! ...Read more
White Spots: White spots on the skin can be caused by many skin conditions: Tinea Versicolor which is a yeast, vitiligo which is a depigmenting disease, eczema which can down regulate pigment, ideopathic Guttate hypomenanosis which is usually cause by sun damage, and other skin conditions. See your dermatologist for a diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Where on your: Thighs. Are they itchy? Is there any redness, for how long? ...Read more
This could be viral, herpes for example.
It could be fungal, especially since it is white.
Herpes should form blisters that break open and are painful.
This should of course be visually examined by your doctor.
An anti fungal cream might be tried first.
The best course would be to swab this and test for viral and fungus. ...Read more
It is possible that: You are referring to montgomery glands on the areolas. ...Read more