Can Granuloma Faciale be caused by drug-inducement?
Even though they have yet to determine what is the cause of Granuloma Faciale, they have not found any connection between it and any type of drug inducement.
Granulmoa Facial is a rare form with no known primary cause or cure, but continues to be studied and researched by many professionals.
Dental granuloma can be eradicated by surgery. The lesion is cut out, the affected are is cleaned of dead tissues and scaling is done to remove any irritation sources. If the dental granuloma occurs during pregnancy, it is best to leave it alone till after delivery of the baby as it tend to recur when removed during pregnancy. The lesion will resolve by itself or decrease in size and undergo fibrosis.
Definition A granuloma is a small clump of cells that forms when the immune system tries to fight off a harmful substance but cannot remove it from the body. A necrotizing granuloma is an area of inflammation in which tissue has died. Necrotizing means dying or decaying. See: Necrotic Tuberculosis and Wegener's granulomatosis are conditions that cause necrotizing granulomas. Alternative Names Granuloma Reviewed By Review Date: 08/17/2011 David C. Dugdale, III, MD, Professor of Medicine…
Depends on what has caused it in the first place. Granulomatous is a term used to describe something pertaining to or resembling granulomas. A granuloma is a chronic inflammatory lesion characterised by an accumulation of white blood cells. They may resolve spontaneously, spread or allow further infection. Treatment depends on the initial cause.
If you are otherwise healthy, a pyogenic granuloma in the mouth is not particularly dangerous. It is simply a localized area of acute inflammation in the gum tissue with highly vascular (lots of blood vessels) exuberant tissue growth as a defense mechanism. Once the source of the infection has been removed, the inflammation will be resolved. Sometimes a minor surgery needs to be performed to remove the benign tumor. See your dentist or dental hygienist…
. My nephew had a pyogenic granuloma on his finger which grew rather large and bled profusely. His doctor told him it would not go away without surgery. He lived with it for about two months [keeping it covered due to bleeding and to prevent infection.] Then all the sudden it began to shrink... within two weeks it disappeared. It has not grown back. .
Granulation tissue is characterised by the presence of new blood vessels, fibroblasts and mononuclear cells in an edemateous extracellular matrix. A granuloma is a specific form of chronic inflammation characterised by the prescence of epitheloid macrophages and giant cells (either foreign body giant cells or Langerhaan giant cells) surrounded by a collar of fibroblasts and lymphocytes. Central necrosis may or may not be present.
There are a number of reasons for spots on the liver. Some causes of liver legions could be from Hemangioma (a benign tumor composed of abnormal blood vessels that form during development in the womb), Liver Adenoma (another benign tumor from from the abnormal growth of liver cells), Granuloma (inflammatory tissue possibly caused from an infection) or other non-life threatening causes. The most dangerous cause could be liver cancer or metastatic liver.
You are probably referring to a condition known as "bird fancier's lung". Which is often miswritten as "bird keeper's lung". Bird fancier's lung is a form of hypersensitivity pneumonitis, a medical condition in which the lungs become inflamed with granuloma formation. It is caused by over-exposure to avian proteins found in the dust of bird droppings (and sometimes the feathers of certain species). Further reading: Bird Fancier's Lung on Wikipedia
How can i get rid of an infected sore on my dogs butt that has scar tissue built up underneath the sore because she licks that spot a lot?
This is probably a"lick granuloma" at this point, so you should take your dog to a veterinarian for evaluation and treatment. At the cellular level, the original irritation or wound started to heal, but the regular licking of the area by your dog kept it from healing like it normally would. The inflammatory response then shifted to its Plan B - fill in with scar tissue made of fibroblasts. However, the ongoing stimulation from the…