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Asked in English Football, Conditions and Diseases
How long does it take for soft tissue damage to heal on the knee?
The length of time for an injury to heal depends on the health of the victim and the type of injury. In general, the injury can take months to heal. ...
Is clicking your fingers really bad or not?
Various tests and studies show that clicking your finger joints does not increase the chance of arthritis. However, it has been related to soft tissue damage around the joint and lower strength grip. So, although it will not cause arthritis, it may do damage to the tissue in the long run. ...
Asked in Conditions and Diseases
Is clicking fingers bad?
No. Clicking your fingers is not harmful, does not misshape your fingers (unless you click them the wrong way or direction) and does not cause arthritis. However, it has been related to soft tissue damage around the joint and lower strength grip. So, although it will not cause arthritis, it may do damage to the tissue in the long run. ...
Asked in Health, Conditions and Diseases, Cancer
Are mesenteric and omental soft tissue nodules consistent with soft tissue sarcoma?
Mesenteric and omental soft tissue nodules could have a number of causes, usually metastatic cancer. In a patient with a known soft tissue sarcoma elsewhere in the body, this finding would likely represent metastases from this sarcoma. If the patient did not have a history of soft tissue sarcoma, this finding could be several things, and soft tissue sarcome would not be at the top of my list. ...