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Costochondral junction syndrome

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in that area. In googling I have ruled out costochondritis as it is not in the sternum area, but tietze syndrome merits consideration as well as a swollen lymph node. I am very active and do multiple strenuous ...

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a shave biopsy , which came back as a mildly atypical junctional nevus. For my older son XXXXXXX I pointed ... nevus and of course I ran into information showing a possible link to epidermal nevus syndrome and all ...

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if they are cancer cells-results no. the oncologist said they look close to XXXXXXX XXXXXXX syndrome. i have a daughter that has situs inversus totalis which is linked to kartageners syndrome some times. so ...

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Hello, My questions are: What are the symptoms of cervical discogenic syndrome, chronic cervicobrachial syndrome? I’ve had tingling and numbness going down my left arm while laying/ awaking from ...

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I have recently been diagnosed with sjogrens..early stage. Is there a diet that would help me?

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June 25, 2010,I accidentally injured my left chest which made me light headed, weak, chilled, on & on. The next week, re injured, same things happened except more severe. Thought was having heart attack; call 911, go to hospital. Kept me...

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I am a sixteen year old female and have either Costochondritis or Tietze Syndrome . I believe it it Tietze because I have had pain for almost eight months now. Along with the usual chest pain , fatigue ...

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at costosternal junction with obliteration of subcutaneous fatty tissue and edema and inflammatory changes ..., suggesting conditions like Tietze Syndrome. Plz tell me what should I do since I am a parkinson Patiant, help ...

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my son who is 34 years old has what was diagnosed as cannibald hemersis syndrome, which i believe is cyclic vomiting syndrome. It has been going on now for the last 5 years but more frequently at least 2 ...

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For over 17 years my wife has had continual problems with the xyphoid process and costochondritis ... have finally been diagnosed as chronic inflammation of the xyphoid and costochondritis), her life bears ...

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my daughter possibly has nail patella syndrome . only symptom so far are her nails . she s very heathly, developing well. if this is truly what she has, will her health deteriorate?? we still have ...

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what is computer eye syndrome?any info guys... ...

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My brother had a mental illness and he was on antipsychotic drugs. he had muscle rigidity, high fever and became unconscious. they said it as neuroleptic malignant syndrome. what is this ? ...

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# The commonest type of Arrhythmia in WPW syndrome is: 1. Vnetricular Tachycardia 2. Ventricular Fibrillation 3. Ventricualr Premature Complexes 4. Atrial Ectopics 5. AV Nodal Re-entry Tachycardia ...

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hello, doctor........i just wanna know abt gilbert syndrom...cz am having a bilirubin count of 1.4 almost for last 2 years, i checkd with doctors, and they checked all test for checking whether my liver ...

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No both are same thanks.

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hi, it can be prevented with some measures. if you ask treatment; it depends on the clinical presentation and etiology. toxoplasmosis is treated with spiramycin, which gives good results. rubella infants are treated symptomatically as there is no specific drug. CMV and herpes can be treated with antiviral drus with some effect. the main purpose of prenatal diagnosis is prevention. hope this helps

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it is complex, many patients has no deformity but some patients develop distortion of fingers avoid smoking, cold exposure