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Most common valvular stenosis

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doctor1 MD

I Have spinal snenous and i have a swollen abdomen, quite protruding is this common, I cant seem to hold my tummy in ...

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I had a meatotomy 5 days ago for meatal stenosis. I am still experience frequent urination and split urine stream. Is this common? ...

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I have fibromyalgia , polymyalgia, spinal stenosis , other arthritis problems of the spine and hips ...-type amino acids; are they generally safe to take in a multi-pill and with most commonly prescribed meds? ...

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and was told that the white hyperintensities on my brain are not in the more common areas where MS is found ... to left shunting (unrepaired) Bicuspid aortic valve (unrepaired) with moderate aortic stenosis Occluded ...

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My CT scan showed stenosis left arm. I was asked 'did I have pain in my arm or neck'. Nothing that serious to speak of. I did just have a spot removed from my lung last year and the upper left half of my ...

Public Forum Discussions

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my daughter aged 15 + she is a congential heart patient but till now she is not taken any medicene to that problem. doctors checked her at sri satya sai institute of higher medical sciences, puttapathy nearly 3 1/2 years back given report as...

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My dad is a 84 year old who has mild valvular stenosis, mild aortic regurgitation, an ascending aorta is moderately dilated 4.1 cm, the left atrium is moderately dilated. My dad has high blood ...

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hi dr. I am diagnosed with mild to moderate stenosis on c5-6 right greater than left. disc bulging .... is it common or too much serious condition. please answer. ...

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know that numbness and pain in the arms is a common symptom of cervical spinal stenosis, but what about ...I have been diagnosed with cervical spinal stenosis and will be operated on in about a month. My ...

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I always a high blood pressure of about 135/80 to 140/90 and sometimes more when i wake up in the morning. i am about three and a half months on my pulmonary valvular stenosis, RVOT, and right ventricular ...

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I have vomited profusly 3 times since Jan 1 2014, My Dr ordered ultrasound of abdomen and recieved preliminary results of common bile duct enlarged/question stricture or stenosis at end of the duct. . Question ...

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Can you tell me if seizures are common in people with aotic stenosis, and heart failure? My father, aged 89, has aortic stenosis, and, I suspect (heart failure although this has never been talked about ...

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segment of high-grade stenosis of the left common iliac artery - only symptoms possibly at this time ... no meds for that and no high blood pressure ever etc. What would be causing the stenosis if I have low ...

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Sometime I can hardly walk on the leg that had severe Stenosis left mid superficial femur Artery. I bleed out during the procedure to open the artery. This procedure was done a year 1/2 ago. Is it common ...

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disease in bilateral common femoral arteries Focal moderate stenosis in right distal superficial femoral ... stenosis respecively ABDOMINAL ANGIOGRAPHY Diffuse disease with mixed plaques causing mild irragularity ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

It is part of spinal degenerative changes which are very common. It is not lifethreatening if that's what you mean by serious, but it can cause pain and other bothersome symptoms which with aging tend to worsen and bring some disability. Treatment is with physiotherapy and pain killers, at times when spinal cord or painful nerve root compression not responsive to therapy surgery may be needed.

doctor1 MD

Pyloric stenosis is the most common cause. If she continues to spill do consult your paediatrician