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Tortuous retinal vasculature

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doctor1 MD

Had an X-ray. Results....Bilateral hilar prominence, may represent vasculature. Aorta is tortuous. Large pleural effusion . Pneumothorax is seen. Degenerative osseous structures. Pertussis caveman ...

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I have a theory that a TORTUROUS COLON or one that is elongated and or twisted and one that may also contain diverticula can result from consistantly not having access or time for a restroom in which case the person with condition is forced to...

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what are the risks of a tortuous esophagus? ...

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My wife has a tortuous colon. This was discovered 4 years ago during a colonoscopy . The colonoscopy was incomplete and she had a Barium enema with air. At that time, no obstructions, no diverticula ...

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What is tortuous atheroclerotic aorta? ...

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to a specialist. they said the veins at the back of my eyes are tortuous. 8 vials of blood were drawn. I was told ...

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taken with suboptimal inspiration shows crowding of the pulmonary vasculature; there are no active lung parenchymal inflitrates, the heart is magnified, calcific densities line the tortuous aorta, the trachea ...

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I have a mildly tortuous esophagus....I was put on Omeprazole 40mg qd......the Dr. wants to order an esophagram...is this really necessary. I had a problem swallowing but my 1st Endoscopy they dialated the area ...

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My Gastroenterologist said (after an upper scope) that I have a tortuous esophagus. I was a bit out ... series and return for follow-up on Monday. So....what causes a tortuous esophagus? ...

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My 93-year old mother has what they call a tortuous esophagus. We are finding conflicting suggestions on what is safe for her to eat. She has no trouble chewing or swallowing. Her issue is delayed ...

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My son had an X-ray and results were heart size normal. Mediastinal contours are normal. This is the part I m worried about... There is a mild prominence of the central pulmonary vasculature... Also lungs ...

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what are the retina appearance of an impending crvo? i have a retina case with slightly tortuous ... the posterior pole region only, no obvious retinal hemorrhages noted.patient is hypertensive , non diabetic. ...

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I have been diagnosed with a tortuous oesophagus. I have had a Nissan fundoplication and the oesophagus problem appeared during a barium swallow due to extreme nausea and vomiting and acid reflux ...

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i m 36 year old women with having problem of high cholesterol , hypertension , fatty liver , diabetic and hiatas hernia , also i daignosed before 10 years as tortious aorta but this thing i gnored now want to ask that tortious aorta could be...

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I have been told I have a tortueous esphogus and an esphogeal struture. What does this mean for my healt, how is it treated, and does it resolve on its own. I have Sjrogrens syndrome. Does that play any part in my ultimate diagnosis since I would...

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doctor1 MD

Hi! it corresponds to chest x-ray or CT scan and could be a normal finding; please type your queries... regards,

doctor1 MD

this is normal vasculature relax

doctor1 MD

it can be normal unless it is dilateed and tortuous