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Low Igm, difference between ejection fraction and fract short, does C5-6,C4-5,C6-7 self correct ?

Does low IgM low has any serious concerns? Does Ejection Fraction and Fract Short mentioned in Echocardiography report are same? Does C5-6,C4-5, C6-7 goes corrected at their own after 6-7 months, these shown as moderate to severe changes in MRI ,after 6-7 months EMG done ,this shows no changes on these C levels, how come this happen? Does this is possible OR any of EMG // MRI are wrong?
Asked On : Fri, 6 Apr 2012
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Low IgM might be a serious problem or can be a benign condition. In order to define what it is in your particular case, many other factors should be considered: your age, history of any diseases or conditions you had, quantity of other imuunoglobulins in the blood etc.

Ejection fraction and Fract short are the same.

Intervertebral disk herniations/protrusions can get well spontaneously (i.e. by itself without any treatment). According to the statistics, about 25% of these disk problems get well without treatment.

Hope this helped.

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