Hello CommunityOne would expect, on average, that any 30 year old nulliparous female who is not on any contraception medication or hormonal treatment, to have at least one or two myomae-uteri.This is due to the exposure to estrogen most of the time.Would I be right to say that "it is a paradox for the uterus to be myomae free, at the age of let's us say 30y and above, in a nullipara?"Most of such women I come across are usualy with delayed fertility, and I usually suspect "chronic sub-optimal…See More
"My practice is:
- Correlate with the LNMP (last NORMAL menstrual onset)
- Correlate with the Age
- Correlate with the Menstrual phase: thinnest just after the menses: more echo-rich, thin "stripe"
- Repeat at different phases of the…"
A 13y old male child was brought to my office with history of relatively rapid onset of general illhealth, significant weight loss, associated with abdominal pain and markedly reduced appetite. The sonographic findings in the abdomen were those of a metastatic intra-abdominal malignancy, but the histopathological diagnosis was rather a surprise, but very consistent with the nature of the disease history, the age and the sex of the patient. More information is on the captions. The histopathology…See More
"Thank you all for the opinion. That will make me more comfortable, as many young neurotic patients are made even more sick, by telling them they have a "valve disease". They take it as a serious disease label. I sincerely dislike…"
"yes some doctors find nothing in echocardiogrphy to find the cause of chest pain in young patient so on suspicion they diagnos mvp and so add more impact to the patient and make them real cardiac neurotic
i think long parasternal view id…"
Hello Group. Sometimes I think mitral valve prolapse is over diagnosed, especially when a young customer presents with non-specific chest pain and all possible causes are excluded.In my country, the view I see by most practitioners is that of apical 4-chamber view, which, I think is not very specific. To me the best view would be parasternal long-axis one. WHAT IS THE PRACTICE (in terms of view) OF MOST DIAGNOSTICIANS?See More
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I followed up this case, witgh intense hydrotherapy. She reported passing thick, jelly like bloodstained material. She went to India a repeat sonogram showed nothing. Cystoscopy also showed normal findings. Recently I…"