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Children and thickening of adenoid soft tissue

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Dr. Basheer Ahamed MD

Hi, What is the meaning of- prominence of the nasopharyngeal soft tissue most likely lymphoid in nature, involving the region of the tonsils and adenoids ... View answer

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Dr.   Kerry Pottinger MD

Prominence of nasopharyngeal soft tissue most likely lymphoid in nature involving the region of tonsils and adenoids . Clinical and laryngoscopy correlation is indicated to further evaluate this... View answer

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Dr. Saurabh Gupta MD

I broke my left foot several years ago. Have not had an injury now but my left foot has pain and swelling and walking is difficult. My xray shows bimalleolar soft tissue thickening. Does this really... View answer

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Dr.  Grzegorz Stanko MD

and eyes, with little to no moles on his body. My gut says this is more of a "trauma" to the soft tissue ... children, all of which have admitted they couldn't have missed it and haven't seen it... View answer

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- moderate to severe. I am in remission- past 3 years, although I have always had soft tissue pain and low ... of Fibromyalgia with Chrones disease. I have rotating soft tissue and joint, or... View answer

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Dr. Vamshi Kotha MD

. There is mild prominence of the adenoid soft tissues, slightly more prominent than the left with minimal mass ... apices are unremarkable. Impression: 1. Prominence of the adenoid soft... View answer

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Dr. Ramesh M.Vachharajani MD

what is a soft tissue/like bump on back of my 11 yr.old daughter on back of scalp? it is soft like tissue or skin that is raised (kind of looks like a growth) it itches and has gotten bigger ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Ramesh M.Vachharajani ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Benley George MD

side to side) it causes sharp pains. It doesnt look visibly swollen, but it feels to me, like my soft tissue from about where my lips connect to the very bottom of my chin is swollen, or at least stiff ... View answer

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Dr. Shanthi.E MD

hi, I have recently had a MRI scan of full brain study . The report had said that there are polypoidal mucosal thichening in right maxillary sinus . And also some soft tissue signal intensity in right ... View answer

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Dr. Naveen Kumar MD

My daughter age 5 y 9 mon, facing adenoids (Test report saying Abnormal soft tissue shadow seen in the posterior nasopharyngeal wall encroaching the air way passage) our doctor said need operations. Do... View answer

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Dr.     Naveen Kumar MD

Hi I would recommend you get diagnostic nasal endoscopy done to rule out any mass in the nasopharynx. Do not worry! Remnants of adenoids in adults is not very uncommon. Regards

Dr. Priyanka MD

Hi welcome to healthcare magic forum, may be some kind of malignancy turning inside the bone or soft tissue so recomended FNAC and MRI scan inside your case.

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