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What is Biapical Bronchiectasis and Chronic Fibronodular changes?
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What are chronic parenchymal changes of the brain?
What do the MRI results mean advanced chronic changes?
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What is the medical term meaning change in nails associated with chronic lack of oxygen?
What treatment exists for people with chronic bronchitis?
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What does chronic microangiopathic ischemic changes mean?
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What Changes would you expect to see in the liver of someone suffering from chronic alcoholism?
Asked in Lungs
What causes biapical pleural parenchymal scarring?
Pleural parenchymal scarring is a type of scarring that occurs in the lining of the lungs. It can result from an injury to the lung or infections like tuberculosis or pneumonia. Often the infection or injury has healed but leaves behind some scar tissue. The term biapical indicates that the precise location of the scarring is at the upper tips of the lungs. Radiologists can see evidence of this type of scarring in MRI images and CT scans. While circumstances may indicate the need for further action, quite often doctors decide to simply monitor the condition for possible changes.
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What impact does chronic pain have on the spinal cord?
What is adhesive otitis media?
pathological changes in the middle ear cavity pus mince the mastoid cavity due to congenital anatomica variation in the skull bones angles [Eustachian tube] or as sequel of the chronic inflammatory changes in the cavity as results of chronic middle ear infection all lead to clinical sign and symptom of hearing impairment .
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What does Chronic-appearing findings osseous structures mean?
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What are some of the risk factors associated with hemorrhoids?
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What do changes in the color of the patients urine generally indicate about changes in its specific gravity?
What does mild atrophy and chronic white matter ischemic changes mean concerning the brain?
What does the medical abbreviation COPD mean?
It's a garbage-pail lung disease term meaning "Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease". (COPD)-Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease COPD includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis. Most COPD patients have both. • In Chronic Bronchitis, airflow may be limited by narrowed airways that get tight, swollen, and filled with mucus. These changes limit airflow into and out of the lungs. • In Emphysema, the tiny air sacs (alveoli) in your lungs are damaged. Like old balloons, they get overstretched. They break down. Old air gets trapped in the air sacs. So there's no room for new air to get in. Its Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease also known as Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease.
Can Chronic Bronchitis be cured?
Yes chronic bronchitis can be completely cured. Here are few reasons how it can be cured.Chronic Bronchitis that defines the chronic persistent of chronic inflammatory changes on the air tubes. The cause of chronic persistent of inflammatory changes is due to - i) bacterial or viral infection ii) or chronic allergic cause. Lets go to 1 st cause of bacterial and viral infection- why that person get frequently attack by infection than others ? it is because his / her own immune stem is weak to protect the frequent attack of infection. In this case a proper constitutional homeopathic treatment with a healthy life style and food habits will boost the immune power to protect from the outer infection. 2nd the chronic allergic tendency can also permanent treated with a proper constitutional homeopathy treatment with a healthy life style and healthy food habits. So the chronic bronchitis is 100% curable. Yes many people does not have faith and trust on homeopathy . In that case I am helpless. But again I can say with full confident and from my 20 years clinical practice it is permanent curable. For more detail contact email@example.com www.childasthmabronchitis.com
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Can you take phentermine and Prednisone?
These two medications do not have a pharmacological interaction according to the literature. However, phentermine in higher and/or chronic doses can cause mood changes, and so can prednizone. Be certain to discuss this with your caregiver, so you know what to expect. If you don't expect mood changes and they occur, it can be pretty.... surprising.