Hemangioma isn’t like a disease, it’s just kind of like a rare infection. Hemangioma is not hereditary, but 10% of infants have a family history of these birthmarks. No known food, drug, or activity can cause Hemangioma. Hemangioma is a collection of extra blood vessels in the skin. The symptoms for this oversized birthmark symptoms are: nausea, vomiting, abdominal discomfort, loss of appetite, unexplained weight loss, and a feeling of fullness in the abdomen.
4.2. TMDs related to Disc Derangements A disc derangement is defined as a displaced disc relative to the condyle and eminence of the temporal bone (5,9,12). Displacement of the disc affects the functional joint movement, can cause movement limitation and gives problems with functional jaw activities such as chewing, mouth opening, yawning, talking, smiling, singing and brushing teeth (92). Many etiologic factors have been suggested to explain disc derangements (93-99). Direct or indirect trauma to the jaw may cause stretching, tearing, or rupture of the disc, lateral ligament, or capsule.
Gingival enlargement may be localized or generalized in distribution. Sometimes the gingival enlargement may be influenced by factors like unilateral chewing habits, hormonal changes, drug therapy or neoplastic infiltrates. Few cases of unilateral gingival enlargement associated with aggressive periodontitis, hormonal discrepancies and idiopathic gingival enlargement has been reported in the literature. But unilateral presentation of massive inflammatory gingival enlargement in the absence of specific etiologic or contributing factors as in our case is quite rare. In the present case the patient is a 30 year old female, had a fair oral hygiene with some amount of subgingival deposits in relation to the enlargement.
Rarely does a health problem present according to the “textbook” definition, nor do problems exist in isolation. Many patients present with one issue but have an underlying condition, such as anaemia, unearthed during investigations. Acute Ataxia This patient’s likely diagnosis is acute ataxia, a relatively uncommon condition with an incidence of 1 in 100,000. Acute ataxia is the sudden loss of voluntary, coordinated muscle
The syndrome is characterized by the association of lymphedema, intestinal lymphangiectasia, intellectual defecit and facial dysmorphism. Here is a case presented with distension of abdomen with ascites, bilateral pedal oedema, macrocephaly, left half facial edema, left half hypertrophied tongue, dental anamolies. acanthosis nigricans, acrochordons and syndactyly consistent with a diagnosis of Hennekam syndrome. The diagnosis of Hennekam is
Hydrocele, Adult A hydrocele is a collection of fluid in the loose pouch of skin that holds the testicles (scrotum). It usually affects just one testicle. CAUSES This condition may be caused by: An injury to the scrotum. An infection. A tumor or cancer of the testicle.
The abnormalities include defects of the mitral and tricuspid valves, patent ductus arteriosus, ventricular septal defect, atrial septal defect and hypoplastic left heart syndrome which are the principal causes of decreased life-expectancy in these patients. (6) The presented case also demonstrated characteristic findings of EVCS which included polydactyly of the hands and feet and history of congenital cardiac defect which was operated two years ago. EVCS is a condition with a diverse oral manifestations which include hyperplastic frenula, absence of mucobuccal fold , serrations of the alveolar ridge, partial cleft lip, neonatal teeth, peg shaped laterals , partial anodontia, conical and microdontic teeth and delayed eruption of teeth. (10) In the present case, we reported similar dental manifestations like oligodontia, generalized microdontia, serrations of alveolar ridge, conical shaped teeth with abnormal occlusal anatomy, multiple labial freni, delayed eruption of teeth which was suggestive of
This can be due to Small study group comprising 65 patients, Irregular presence of onsite cytopathologist for supervision (11, 12), 4 patients were lost on follow up. Therefore the presence of cytopathologist produces good diagnostic yield. Incidence of complication due to the procedure of CT guided transthoracic fine-needle aspiration cytology of lung lesions. The literature states the most common complication to be pneumothorax. In our study the incidence of pneumothorax is16% (11 cases) none of which required placement of chest drainage tubes.
Hypodontia is commonly associated with various systemic conditions such as ectodermal dysplasia, Down’s syndrome, Rieger syndrome, Book syndrome, Van Der Woude syndrome and cleft lip and palate. These conditions point to a genetic aetiology for hypodontia. When a systemic condition is not present hyopdontia
Most osteosarcomas don’t appear to have spread beyond the main tumor when they are first found. Patients are treated with chemotherapy before surgery and also after having the surgery done for about 10 weeks. People with osteosarcomas that reacted well to chemotherapy before surgery usually get the same chemo drugs after surgery. People whose tumors responded poorly usually get distant chemo after surgery. A report suggests, although application intensification boosts the digit of patients with a satisfying histological response, it does not shift overall survival.