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Mild Alzheimer’s disease – additional opinion

2003, prostate cancer treated with a radical prostatectomy surgery and subsequent radiotherapy. No other internal pathologies ... Although there is no history of vascular risk factors (such as elevated blood pressure, diabetes or coagulation defects) vascular dementia and mixed dementia (Alzheimer’s disease and vascular ...

Metastatic, Non Small Cell Lung Cancer

67-year-old with multiple co morbities: Heart, renal, vascular, hypertensive. His biopsy showed left lower lobe lung mass that was a ... neoplastic (Biopsy or PET/CT), radiation therapy or even surgery would still be possible. Treatment Alternatives: If ...

B-cell lymphoma

with the following medical history: Lumbar surgery (disk) Hyperlipidemia Diabetes mellitus ... infection (EBV ? CMV ? hepatitis ? HIV ?), collagen vascular / auto-immune disease, other drug-induced bone marrow damage, alcohol, ...

Right Post-Traumatic Gonalgia

minimal trauma.   Arthroscopic surgery may not necessarily improve a symptomatic arthritic knee with a torn ... associated with exacerbation of knee symptoms due to a vascular necrosis of the bone.     ...

Erectile Dysfunction in Diabetes

Viagra, Levitra and Cialis, together with normal vascular assessment by Doppler, is very consistent with the described ... dysfunction; however, the findings are not supportive of vascular (blood vessels) pathology. Suguan ... therapy. If this point is reached, a penile implant surgery should be considered. Centers of ...

Diabetes Mellitus Type II, Dyslipidemia, Diabetic Retinopathy

which were fungal in origin, and underwent cataract surgery.  Medical reports describe myopic maculopathy and neovascular age ... retinal ischemia . In the left eye, a widespread vascular tortuousness and a dilation of the perimacular capillary net with ...

Symptomatic Pancytopenia- Additional opinion

His past medical history is remarkake for: Vascular surgery (peripheral vascular disease ?) Colon polypectomy ...

Anterior chamber cleavage syndrome in right eye in a 2 months old infant

3) What treatment do you suggest? In particular, is surgery required? 4) What is the prognosis?   ... edges (OD slightly reduced in size compared to OS), vascular tree within limits. OD gonioscopy: iris-corneal angle open with ...

Peyronie’s Disease - Penile Disease

disease. Cialis 20 mg was given in order to perform "vascular exercise" that should prepare him for ESWL treatment to break the ... been convened in the United States. Surgery - For a patient to be a surgical candidate, he must have ...

SOL (Space occupying lesion) of brain

Brain Vascular Disorder short_summary:  ... of past bleeding and Bulging into the fourth ventricle. A surgery for resection of the cavernous malformation was recommended. ...