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Doctor insights on: Widened Body Structure

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Can scarred muscle tissue heal abnormally and affect other parts of my body?

Can scarred muscle tissue heal abnormally and affect other parts of my body?

It's all connected: Every muscle in your body is connected. Injuries to muscles in one part of your body can and often do affect other parts of your body. A do who practices osteopathic manipulation might be able to provide you with some solutions and some relief from your symptoms. ...Read more

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In which theory does coarcatation aorta with arch hypoplasia fit in? The hemodynamic or the eptopic ductal tissue theory?

In which theory does coarcatation aorta with arch hypoplasia fit in? The hemodynamic or the eptopic ductal tissue theory?

Not truly separate: I don't think that these causation theories are completely separate. Coarctation with arch hypoplasia tends to present with symptoms in the early neonatal period, and coarctation without arch hypoplasia may present later in life, but coarcation without arch hypoplasia is commonly seen in the neonatal period, too. Further discussion is beyond the space limitations here. ...Read more

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What are the elements inside the body or outside the body which lead to body hair growth ?

What are the elements inside the body or outside the body which lead to body hair growth ?

Hair Follicles: Hair follicles are genetically determined. They are also affected by hormones that increase or decrease hair growth. Other factors may also have an effect on the hair follicles in various body locations such as hair growth that appears after puberty. ...Read more

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What does irregular appearance of the brain surface overlying in the brain mean?

What does irregular appearance of the brain surface overlying in the brain mean?

Out of Context: I am sorry but you surely must understand that you gave us words that are meaningless, out of context and in no way definitive enough to give you any kind of medical interpretation. There is nothing here that gives diagnosis, medical history, reason for the test, what test it was, etc. ...Read more

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Which parts of the body does mammary arteries provide blood to?

Which parts of the body does mammary arteries provide blood to?

See Below: Also known as the interior mammary artery, it provides the blood supply to the anterior chest wall and breasts. ...Read more

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What part of the human body provides structure and rigidity?

The skeletal system.: The bones of the skeletal system provide the structure and rigidity. Crustaceans in the seas, however, are soft on the inside and have outer shells to provide this same structure and rigidity. ...Read more

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Where on the human body is the bone narrow situated?

Where on the human body is the bone narrow situated?

inside bones: Bone marrow is the collection of stem cells which product the cellular components of the blood stream. It is in the long bones, and pelvic bones in particular but can be in other bones as well. Next time you eat a piece of chicken. Break open a leg bone and you will see the marrow as the reddish-brown cavity inside the bone. ...Read more

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Section studied shows cystic spaced, the wall comprising of fibro collagenous tissue. The spaces show focal lining by multilayered oval to round cells?

Section studied shows cystic spaced, the wall comprising of fibro collagenous tissue. The spaces show focal lining by multilayered oval to round cells?

Speak with your MD: Please speak with your md about your concerns. Interpretation of a section needs to be in the context of the clinical situation and the reason for the biopsy. ...Read more

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What part of the body provides structure and rigidity?

What part of the body provides structure and rigidity?

The bones: Our bones, held together at joints and by ligaments create our structure and height. The cranium (head) is a complex group of bones that protects the brain and special organs (eyes and ears) with its rigid structure. ...Read more

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The thyroid is diffusely enlarged without focal abnormality.The thoracic inlet, axilla, soft and subcutaneous tissuses are otherwise normal mean.?

The thyroid is diffusely enlarged without focal abnormality.The thoracic inlet, axilla, soft and subcutaneous tissuses are otherwise  normal mean.?

Impossible to say: The person whose report you are submitting has a generalized enlargement of the thyroid without nodules or hot/cold spots. This was apparently a ct or MRI because other anatomy is reported to be normal. Without knowing the full history and the results of a variety of thyroid tests, one cannot say what it is. The definitive diagnosis is often made by biopsy. The ordering doc should answer question. ...Read more

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What is focal 3 mm full-thickness hyaline cartilage defect involving the superiolateral acetabulum that partially undermines the superiolateral labrum?

What is focal 3 mm full-thickness hyaline cartilage defect involving the
superiolateral acetabulum that partially undermines the superiolateral labrum?

Cartilage loss: you are describing an area of your hip socket that has lost cartilage. Cartilage is the smooth and slippery lining of our joints that allows us to move our joints freely. The labrum is the lining around the hip socket. Your cartilage defect is in an area that could cause pain and clicking in your hip. Good luck ...Read more

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What do you mean by " the liver is normal in size and configuration.it exhibits coarsened parenchymal echopattern and smooth external outline."?

What do you mean by " the liver is normal in size and configuration.it exhibits coarsened parenchymal echopattern and smooth external outline."?

Normal but bumpy.: This is from an ultrasound exam of your liver. The outline of your liver is smooth, and its size and shape are normal. But the texture of your liver is coarse, or bumpy. This can mean some scarring of the liver, cirrhosis from alcohol, chronic hepatitis, or just a "fatty" liver. There are other rare causes. It helps to know the whole story.. why you had the test in the first place! Ask your doc. ...Read more

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