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Ischemic attack transient diagnosis

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Dr. Dariush Saghafi MD

yes Is a diagnosis of mild micro ischemic disease of significance in a patient )me) with retinitis pigmentosa , hearing loss (sensorineural- bilateral) balance problems, vocal cord paralysis and small fiber ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Dariush Saghafi ( Neurologist)
Dr. Ram Choudhary MD

Samatripan and this does help, the attacks are becoming more frequent and are quote debilitating and I need ... the attacks. Many thanks ... View answer

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Dr. Ratnakar Kini MD

had recurrent attacks (not as bad as first one) and tho it seems unrelated, drinking coke or beer has seemed to bring on an attack. He feels great tightness and pressure and there is tenderness between ... View answer

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Dr. Ram Choudhary MD

an overwhelming feeling in my left chest as if its a pain or im gonna have a heart attack but never develops ... View answer

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Dr.  T Shobha Deepak MD

I posted a question a few days ago I was poorly just over a month ago - had lots of asthma attacks! Since then I ve had a dull indigestion type feeling in the centre of my chest And been having dizzy ... View answer

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was done on April 22, 2008. The hospital reported to my family doctor that there were Minimal Ischemic changes , but my doctor has reviewed and stated that he is doubtful that I even have Angina. His... View answer

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Dr.  Aida Quka MD

motor tests, she sent me for an MRI, which revealed microvascular ischemic disease.Is this MRI sufficient to negate the PD diagnosis? Her only message to me was that the MRI was okay. Can you suggest some ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Aida Quka ( Neurologist)
Dr.    Dariush Saghafi MD

be attacking her brain cells? If so, what tests need to be conducted? Time is of the essence because her condition is deteriorating. We need a proper diagnosis and a quick response. Thank you! ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Dariush Saghafi ( Neurologist)
Dr. Sukhvinder Singh MD

For the following diagnosis, Could you please advise me if there is any risk for heart attack? do I need to see cardiologist? Thank you so much! 800: sinus Rhythm 611: Flattened T wave 316: Excessive ... View answer

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Dr.  Alejandro MD

I recently had an MRI in which the reviewing doctor wrote The differential diagnosis includes chronic microvascular ischemic disease at patient s age . (I m 65) I m trying to figure out what ... View answer

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Dr. Jyothi B L MD

If its PUO, it is pyrexia of unknown origin. Cause of fever is not yet known. DUO - d stands for disease, not sure. More details necessary for further opinion. Thanks.

Dr.  Aarti Abraham MD

Clinically, a neurologist can do it. There are specific tests to diagnose neuropathies.

Dr. Pavan Kumar Gupta MD

Hello, Generally it is a part of diagnosis but can be used as treatment for example,if you want to remove some foreign object from inside the lungs. Thanks