Vocal Cord Polyps, Nodules And Granulomas

In an acute trauma or chronic irritation of the vocal folds can change so that eventually develop polyps, nodules or granulomas. All lead to hoarseness and a breathy (breathy) vote. If symptoms persist longer than 3 weeks, you should definitely take the vocal folds inspected. The diagnosis is based on laryngoscopic examination findings and biopsy in selected cases to rule out cancer. After careful surgical removal of the lesions, the…

September 3, 2018
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Vcfs

Most vertebral compression fractures are a consequence of osteoporosis, are asymptomatic or minimally symptomatic and occur with no or minimal trauma. Osteoporotic vertebral compression fractures (osteoporosis) are common in the thoracic spine (usually below T6) and of the lumbar spine, particularly in the vicinity of the T12-L1 junction. There seems to be no preliminarily trauma or only minimal trauma (eg. As a minor fall, sudden bending, lifting, coughing). Patients who…

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Traumatic Eardrum

Traumatic eardrum may be accompanied by pain, bleeding, hearing loss, tinnitus and vertigo. The diagnosis is made otoscope. Often, no treatment is necessary. Infections can make antibiotics required. If perforations are made more than 2 months, the ossicular chain is interrupted or coexist inner ear injury, they must be surgically. Among the causes of traumatic eardrum include: Traumatic eardrum may be accompanied by pain, bleeding, hearing loss, tinnitus and vertigo….

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Tonsillopharyngitis

In a tonsillopharyngitis is an acute pharyngitis and / or tonsillitis infection. Symptoms sore throat, dysphagia, cervical lymphadenopathy and fever may occur. The diagnosis is clinical and can be secured by culture or antigen rapid test. The treatment is based on the symptoms and takes place in the case of ?-hemolytic group A streptococci with antibiotics. In a tonsillopharyngitis is an acute pharyngitis and / or tonsillitis infection. Symptoms sore…

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Tinea Barbae

(Bart mycelium) Tinea barbae is a dermatophyte infection most commonly caused mentagrophytes or T. of Trichophyton verrucosum of Beard area. Tinea barbae is dermatophytosis which is associated with superficial lesions anulären, wherein a deeper infection may similarly arise folliculitis. Tinea barbae can also act as inflammatory kerion that can lead to cicatricial hair loss. Tinea barbae is a dermatophyte infection most commonly caused mentagrophytes or T. of Trichophyton verrucosum of…

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Thin Basement Membrane

(Benign familial hematuria) Under the syndrome of thin basement membrane ( “thin basement membrane disease”) is defined as a diffuse thinning in healthy people 300-400 nm thick glomerular basement membrane at about 150-225 nm. The thin basement membrane is a kind of nephritic syndrome. It is hereditary and is usually transmitted as an autosomal dominant. Not all genetic mutations have been characterized so far. In some affected families but mutations…

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Syrinx Of The Spinal Cord Or Brain Stem

A syrinx is a liquid-filled cavity within the spinal cord (syringomyelia) or the brainstem (Syringobulbia). Predisposing factors are abnormalities of the craniocervical junction, previous spinal cord trauma and Rückenmarktsumoren. Symptoms include a flaccid paralysis of the hands and arms and deficits in the perception of pain and temperature with a cape-like distribution pattern on the back and neck; the perception of light touch and the position and vibration sense are…

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Staphylococcal Scalded Skin Syndrome

The Staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome (SSSS) is an acute epidermolysis by a staphylococcal toxin. Newborns and children are most often affected. Symptoms include extensive bullae with peeling of the epidermis. The diagnosis is made by clinical examination and sometimes biopsy. The sessions are held with staphylococcal effective antibiotics and local skin care. With early treatment, the prognosis is excellent. SSSS affects almost exclusively children

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Stingray Bites

Earlier stingrays (Dasyatis) have caused on the coasts of North America about 750 stitches per year. Today’s incidence is unknown. The venom of the stingray is located in one or more spines on the upper surface of the long tail of the fish. A breach it usually comes when unwary bather wading through the surf by a bay or a lagoon step on the stingrays. The so provoked stingrays beats…

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Silicosis

Silicosis is triggered by the inhalation of unbound (free) dusts which contain crystalline silica, and is characterized by a nodular lung fibrosis. Chronic silicosis caused initially no symptoms or only mild dyspnea, however, can cause over the years to attack almost the entire lung and dyspnea, hypoxemia, pulmonary hypertension and lung injury. The diagnosis is based on history and chest x-ray findings. An effective therapy, there is – apart from…

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