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    Temporal Lobe Lesions Conditions

    Temporal Lobe Lesions, What causes temporal lobe lesions? There are many possible causes of temporal lobe lesions . The most common causes include: A stroke . , T...

    Dieulafoy Lesion Professional

    Dieulafoy Lesion, Endoscopic examination and management requires careful inspection as the lesions can be easily missed. Rarely if the lesion can not be identified and th...

    Cervical Disc Protrusion and Lesions Professional

    Cervical Disc Protrusion and Lesions, Cervical spine lesions can produce quadriplegia. Urgent evaluation and action are needed. Differential diagnosis of neck pain [...

    Space-occupying Lesions of the Brain Professional

    Space-occupying Lesions of the Brain, A rapid onset of symptoms suggests a cerebrovascular lesion whilst a space-occupying lesion of the brain will usually be more gradual. ...

    Cranial Nerve Lesions Professional

    Cranial Nerve Lesions, Cranial nerve lesion outside the brainstem (eg, compression)? Cranial nerve lesion within the brainstem (eg, multiple sclerosis (MS))? , Cran...

    Black and Brown Skin Lesions Professional

    Black and Brown Skin Lesions, Malignant melanoma A suspicious flat lesion, irregular in shape and pigmentation Melanomas may have...

    Femoral Nerve Lesion Professional

    Femoral Nerve Lesion, Epidemiology Femoral nerve lesions are uncommon. One study of 27,004 primary hip arthroplasties found only two patients with complete and one with partial fe...

    Temporal Lobe Lesions Professional

    Temporal Lobe Lesions, Aetiology The most common cause of temporal lobe lesions is a CVE. Space-occupying lesions may be primary brain tumours - benign (such as men...

    Musculocutaneous Nerve Lesion (C5-C6) Professional

    Musculocutaneous Nerve Lesion (C5-C6), They are graded as open tidy, open untidy and closed traction lesions. Open tidy lesions get the best results and traction lesions...

    Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Median Nerve Lesions Professional

    Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Median Nerve Lesions, Other median nerve lesions The main risk factor is occupational - eg, dentists and shipyard workers using high-powered vibrating t...

    Radial Nerve Lesion (C5-C8) Professional

    Radial Nerve Lesion (C5-C8), The extent of loss of muscle power will depend upon the level of the lesion. Gowers described the typical posture that accompanies radial nerve le...

    Diplopia and III, IV and VI Cranial Nerve Lesions Professional

    Diplopia and III, IV and VI Cranial Nerve Lesions, These include vascular conditions such as strokes or aneurysms, space-occupying lesions in the orbit or skull (neoplastic or vascul...

    Congenital Pigmented Naevus Professional

    Dermoscopy may be useful in assessing lesions and determining the degree of suspicion of malignant melanoma. [ 3 ] Biopsy of the lesion may be used for suspicious lesions; smalle...

    Halo Naevus Professional

    Synonyms: Sutton's naevus, leukoderma acquisita centrifugum Description [ 1 , 2 ] This is a benign skin lesion that is a result of a common melanocytic naevus undergoing an infla...

    Junctional Naevus Professional

    , C olour of lesion, D iameter of the lesion. Establish that the lesion has the typical pattern of pigmentation and is not significantly raised from the level of the sk...

    Campbell de Morgan Spot Professional

    Prognosis Campbell de Morgan spots are benign lesions. Problems only arise when lesions are frequently traumatised, continue to enlarge or are of cosmetic concern to a patie...

    Intradermal and Compound Naevi Professional

    Shave and cautery (dermal electrosurgical shave excision) are a good method for removing them, with apparently better cosmetic results than excision biopsy. [ 2 ] Injection of local anaesthetic di...

    Blue Naevus Professional

    Larger lesion, often 1-3 cm in diameter. Raised lesions with a smooth surface. The same colour as the common form.

    Benign Skin Tumours Professional

    Macular or slightly raised (papular) lesions. Frankly papular lesions. Lesions beneath the epidermis (not related to bony or deeper structures).

    Pyogenic Granuloma Professional

    Investigation [ 13 ] Some advocate sending all lesions for histological confirmation. This is because the vascular nature of the lesion makes dermoscopy unreliable [ 14 ] .

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