HI, ONE OF RELATIVE AGED 13 IS GROWING FAST,H-1.67,SLENDER,LONG FINGERS,LONG AND FLAT FOOT,SEEMS TO HAVE MARFANSYNDROME. CAN ANY ONE TELL WHICH MEDICLAIM COVERS IT.OR TREATMENT FOR THE COMPLICATIONS ...
a little about Marfans and really wonder if he is really not autistic but had vision and other problems ... it doesn t belong, but I feel sorry for him. I have told the minister at my church about the Marfan ...
Hi, My son is being watching for Marfans. He has several of the criteria. He just turned 18. So far ... of this syn drone? Even though his aorta looks good now, could he still have Marfans? Thanks so much!! ...
16 yo male has lateral pectus carinatum, asymptomatic, also has modular acne and would like to go on accutane. Chest X-ray and ultrasound revealed no masses. Should we be concerned about Marfansyndrome ...
hi there is pain in my left left elbow, and it is since any days, it is very painful to lift any weight or to do any activity, i cant ride bike as it is very uncomfortable because of pain.is it tennis ...
Criterias for marfanssyndrome
Wrist and thumb sign
Pectus carinatum deformity
Reduced upper segment/lower segment ratio AND increased arm/height
Scoliosis or thoracolumbar kyphosis
Reduced elbow extension
Myopia > 3 diopters
Mitral valve prolapse
Discuss this with your doctor and then decide
What abnornalities will an ekg show on a patient with undiagnosed MarfansSyndrome that suggests further testing may be necesary?
Ok, so the major thing you think about in Marfans is the possibility of Aortic dissection. Thats blood splitting through the aorta (big blood vessel coming out of the heart). Now, ECG's are a terrible way to diagnose an dissection as all they will show is what we call "ischemia" that means poor blood flow to the heart. Problem is ischemia is seen in smokers, the obese and tons of other situations.
What are the alternatives to surgery for tenniselbow?
hi And welcome to HCM. The most important part of treatment is tendon rest. A long rest from aggravating activity allows the small tears in the tendon to heal. Surgery is a last resort if other treatment isn't helpful. As soon as you notice pain, use ice or cold packs for 10 to 15 minutes at a time. Pain killers but under medical guidance. Stopping activities that may irritate the tendon.