Symptomatic patients presenting with a palpable volar swelling should be examined for variations in the palmaris longus. In an asymptomatic subject a hypertrophied muscle will obstruct and result in hazy interpretation of radiological assessment of this region. Difficulties in endoscopic procedure and electro myographic studies may also result from such a reversal
Hispathology The pathological characteristic or features of Angiocentric Glioma are quite similar to other types of brain tumors such as astrocytomas and ependymomas. Yet, their occurrences are rare in cases and this make accurate diagnosis difficult. In general, Angiocentric Glioma is demonstrating an angiocentric pattern and it composed of diffusely infiltrating, monomorphic, bipolar spindle cells which is arranged in around blood vessels in concentric sleeves and pseudorosettes. Plus, the immunohistochemical staining result for this tumor is typically positive mostly for glial fibrillary acidic protein. CASE STUDY PATIENT DEMOGRAPHIC’S
In case of medical image segmentation the aim is to study anatomical structure and identify Region of Interest i.e. locate tumor, lesion and other abnormalities, measure tissue volume to measure growth of tumor. The role of segmentation is crucial in most tasks requiring image analysis. The success or failure of the task is often a direct consequence of the success or failure of segmentation. However, a reliable and accurate segmentation of an image is, in general, very difficult to achieve by purely automatic
This primary injury often initiates a cascade of secondary injury processes that evolve over the first few post injury days. 13 The secondary injuries can occur anytime after the impact and are potentially preventable.14 Prompt surgical intervention is necessary for good outcome. Computerized tomography (CT) scanning provides an objective assessment of the structural damage to the brain following traumatic brain injury.3 Acute CT is useful in identifying those individuals in whom deterioration is a result of a mass lesion and demonstrate extradural, subdural or intracranial haemorrhage, and midline shift, or traumatic subarachnoid haemorrhage and ventricular abnormality. The ease of access and speed of data acquisition ensures that, where appropriate, patients benefit from early surgical management which has been shown to improve outcome. 15 2.2 EPIDEMIOLOGY Traumatic brain injury (TBI) remains the leading cause of death and long-term disability in people younger than 40 years
It is defined only by symptoms and the symptomatic triad rarely occurs simultaneously in one patient and due to overlapping stomatitis. Symptomatically, chronic pain conditions like traumatic/inflammatory/immune-mediated stomatitis or orofacial pain disorders present similar to BMS. Foremost it is essential to discriminate between primary and secondary BMS. Thus a thorough case history and a careful examination are the key to successful diagnosis. Systematic evaluation of masticatory system including clinical assessment of occlusion, dentition, temporomandibular joint status and masticatory muscles is essential to rule out possible joint disorders.
An MRI image produces a composite three-dimensional image; the resolution detects tiny changes of structures within the body, identifying strokes, tumours, as well as detecting bleeding and possible swelling of the brain (Galotti, 2008). There are several advantages
It is specially designed in such a-way that it is highly sensitive to the changes in depression that may be more severe over time. This unique sensitivity of the scale make it beneficial for both the research purposes and also for the clinic applications. It is of two types one having 11-items it is thoroughly verified and the other having 6-items. 3.4.2 Suicidal Ideation
MRI is used to visualize brain structures such as white matter, grey matter, and ventricles cerebrospinal fluid and to detect abnormalities. The MRI may be the usually used method for brain tumor growth imaging and location finding. It is really a medical imaging technique used to give the internal structure of the human body and offer high quality images. MRI gives a greater distinctive between different tissues of the body. It is used to improve the grade of diagnosis and treatment of brain.The data were obtained from open
When new x-ray equipment is procured, the ideal situation is that a specification is laid down, as far as possible, concerning performance, safety and other characteristics of the system. 4.3 Training of radiographers and physicians Image analysis.Training is needed to notice a pattern especially when there is more than one cue. Both radiographers and physicians need to focus on suspicious areas such as the lightness of an image, the gray scale or blurriness of the image taking into account the neonates’ pathology or specific region of interest chest/abdomen. An image critique form can be used for this. 4.4 Improving technical charts A radiographic technique chart should be available for use with every mobile machine.
The main idea of this study is to bring out some of the experiences patients with sickle cell disorder. Patients need more comprehensive assessment of pain from nurses that understand the impact of the pain on their patients. Sickle cell pain is found to be challenging to the patient 's life as the pain is not predictable when to be intense and when to strike next. (Ballas, 2010; wilkeite al., 2010) The pain is also perceived from both Nociceptive (tissue damage pain) and Neuropathic (pain from the damaged peripheral nervous system). This paper will cover the painful sickle cell crises and day to day pain management finally the attitude of nurses towards their patients.