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Will Impetigo Leave Scars
Temporary changes: Impetigo usually affects the upper outer layer of skin, so there should not be noticeable scars after the color changes even out over a year or so. If the patient scratched at the scabs during healing, and made deeper wounds, then permanent mild scars can occur (just like in chicken pox, where scars normally don't occur unless the scabs are scratched off by the patient). ...Read more
Does impetigo leave scars? My daughter is being treated for bullous impetigo on her arms. Will it leave scars? .
I have really very bad impetigo scars I just fought with them from 18 years it comes every year and leave deep skin marks and pits and painfull for m?
I had impetigo for 7 weeks n now have scars on face n theigh. Ne thing I can do to make scars go away?
Will my adult impetigo scar less if I don't scrub it and remove the scabs as directed? How much would this slow the healing process?
Yes it will scar: Less and no healing will not be greatly impaired ...Read more
Generally not: Impetigo is a superficial skin infection, when healed you are left with a mild redness for a couple of weeks. Unless the infection is deep, such as carbuncles or inflamed cysts, scar generally does not result. Impetigo, by definition, is superficial, thus does not generally leave scars. ...Read more
I have 2 tumors in my liver I have just found out the my MRI has shown a scar on one what could this be?
Very high liver enz, not a drinker, biopsy shows scars, hepatologist don't know reason, enz won't go down. Where to go?
Ask Liver Doc: The hepatologist is the expert in this case. Discuss with them and decide why the enzymes are up. If you are overweight, than heaptic steatosis is common and slowly losing weight may start to show your liver function tests going down over time. Either way, the liver specialist you have seen and who knows your case best, will be able to tell you what to do next. Write down questions and ask dr. ...Read more
Probably not, but...: Data needed: 1) how big is your liver, ; how big is the lesion/scar? 2) how was it found ; how long has it been there (seen before c-section?) 3) enlarging, ; at what rate? 4) does it appear cystic, solid, linear? 5) is it causing symptoms? 6) do you have underlying liver disease? 7) has a tissue diagnosis (biopsy) been pursued? 8) more than one lesion/scar? Thanks for helping us help you. ...Read more
My dr tried to perform an ablation & couldn't. He says I have scar tissue everywhere from my c sections including my liver, is that normal?
Yes, but: Presuming you are referring to an endometrial ablation, scar tissue within the uterus can make it impossible to insert the instrument into the uterus. The only way adhesions outside the cavity of your uterus could affect this would be from tilting your uterus in a difficult angle. Sometimes this can be overcome with medications or a more experienced hysteroscopic surgeon. ...Read more
I take exerge - hc (vitamin a c e,) and cord liver oil capsule BP 300 both twice a day, for fast fadig of my 1 mm depth scar, is it will helpful?
Liver cyst 2.3cm by 2.2 CM on ultrasound before surgery remove tubes and ovaries and lots scar tissue should I see specialist?
Primary doctor: Liver cysts are a common occurrence and are routinely found on imaging studies. I assume this cyst was found incidentally? Most cysts are benign and do not require any further testing. Ask your primary doctor to review the characterization of the cyst and consider the need for further studies. ...Read more
Can I get high liver enzymes due to prostatitis or scar tissue in the urinary tract due to past STD trauma?
No: Look for another cause of elevated liver enzymes. Your physician might retest you after 2 weeks off alcohol and all meds, or go directly to screen for hepatitis b, hepatitis c, wilson's, hemochromatosis, and autoimmune hepatitis. You may just have the liver enzyme elevation that will benefit from getting into great physical shape. God luck. ...Read more
When u say scarring of liver, what percentage of damage is called minor scarring? And what percentage is called major scarring?
Scarring=cirrhosis: Less than 10% will be minor and more than 90% should be major. ...Read more