Tongue diseases that cause a white coating include oral lichen planus, mouth cancer, tongue cancer and oral thrush, according to Mayo Clinic. Other conditions that also coat the tongue in white...
After a couple years I changed doctors. He discovered that I have cancer. That I can deal with. But I kept having crying fits, and he asked me if I wanted an anti-depressant. I wasnt sure how to answer. Then we discovered that my wife also has cancer, worse than mine. I had done a lot of research into our cancers, so I did some research into anti-depressants and found one that seems to be targeted for PTSD/OCD and unwanted thoughts. I presented my case to my doctor and he prescribed it for me, no questions asked ...
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Ive been posting comments and reading all your stories and i feel that its time to share ours. My daughter was born on Dec 10, 2010 via c section with no complications besides being small. She was 2.22kg born at 38 weeks. She came home with us after 3 days and boy was it hectic ,., . It was really hard trying to get her to latch on properly and sometimes it would be successful but it wasnt easy. She took the bottle quite well so i ended up pumping for around 3 months and gave her via bottle, until i just didnt have any more. I still kick myself in the butt for not trying harder, but thats the past. The only sign that there was anything wrong was when Isabella had a fever when she was 4 months old and we brought her into the hospital, the pediatrician told us that she looked different. So in the 5 minute consultation that we had with him, he told me that he suspected that she may have a genetic disorder and that further tests should be run. I was like" WTH??!! How about her fever? And what ...
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For almost 12 years, Lenny Vitello has cast his line into the ocean from the Dania Fishing Pier. His children, Lenny Jr. and Gina, practically grew up playing on the pier and fishing with him for mackerel and bluefish. But now that the pier is closed, Vitello fishes up the beach at John U. Lloyd State Park. On Sunday he visited the pier`s Pelican Place Restaurant, the only sign of life on the pier, and wondered if the pier will ever reopen.
Ahrens, B. "Life-threatening vallecular cyst in a 3-month-old infant: case report and literature review". Clin Pediatr. vol. 43. 2004. pp. 287-90. (Authors discuss clinical presentation, differential diagnosis, imaging, surgical procedures, and anesthetic management.). Bamba, H. "A newborn case of congenital laryngeal cyst complicated with pneumothorax and pneumomediastinum". Auris Nasus Larynx. vol. 33. 2006. pp. 207-10. (Authors discuss clinical presentation, etiology, surgical procedures, and complications of pneumothorax.). Breysem, L. "Vallecular cyst as a cause of congenital stridor: report of five patients". Pediatr Radiol. vol. 39. 2009. pp. 828-31. (Authors discuss imaging, diagnosis, and surgical procedures.). Cheng, K. "Vallecular cyst and laryngomalacia in infants: report of six cases and airway management". Anesth Analg. vol. 95. 2002. pp. 1248-50. (Authors discuss airway management including risks of direct laryngoscopy, fiberoptic intubation, and aspiration.). Cheng, S. ...
A thyroglossal duct cyst is a congenital (present from birth) defect. When the thyroid gland forms during embryonic development, it begins at the base of the tongue and moves down the neck through a canal called the thyroglossal duct. This duct normally disappears once the thyroid reaches its final position in the neck. Sometimes, portions of the duct remain leaving cavities or pockets called cysts. These cysts can fill with fluid or mucus, and may enlarge if they become infected. Very enlarged cysts can cause difficulty swallowing or obstruct breathing passages.. ...
The clinical and diagnostic findings of 3 cases of papillary thyroid carcinoma in thyroglossal duct cyst (TDC) were compared to those of 3 cases of adenoma in TDC and 2 cases of benign TDC. The neck m
No, this child does not have Blue Tongue Disease! (There is no such thing--in humans anyways. Such a disease does exist, but it only affects cattle, goats, sheep and deer.) A few drops of blue food coloring were applied to demonstrate the general size and location of the (otherwise pink) fungiform papillae which are the little bumps scattered all over the top surface of the tongue. They are usually difficult to see unless an overgrowth of filiform papillae causes the ordinarily pink velvet of the tongue to turn white, in which case the fungiform papillae stand out as red dots ...
Most of us think of tongue-tie as a situation we find ourselves in when we are too excited to speak. Actually, tongue-tie is the non-medical term for a relatively common physical condition that limits the use of the tongue, ankyloglossia.
A persistent thyroglossal duct is a usually benign medical condition in which the thyroglossal duct, a structure usually only found during embryonic development, fails to atrophy. The duct persists as a midline structure forming an open connection between the back of the tongue and the thyroid gland.This opening can lead to fluid accumulation and infection, which necessitate the removal of the duct. Studies done on cadavers claim persistent thyroglossal ducts can be completely asymptomatic and found in 7% of the human adult population. However, the continued presence of the duct can often lead to complications due to infections and fluid buildup. The glands in the mucosa of the duct will continue their secretions until the fluid forms a cyst or exit the duct via the opening in the foramen cecum. Local infections, such as colds, tonsillitis, or inflammation of the lymph nodes in the area can also lead to the accumulation of fluid within the duct. Even if the cyst forms as secondary to another ...
The thyroglossal duct is an embryological anatomical structure forming an open connection between the initial area of development of the thyroid gland and its final position. It is located exactly mid-line, between the anterior 2/3 and posterior 1/3 of the tongue. The thyroid gland starts developing in the oropharynx in the fetus and descends to its final position taking a path through the tongue, hyoid bone and neck muscles. The connection between its original position and its final position is the thyroglossal duct. This duct normally atrophies and closes off as the foramen cecum before birth but can remain open in some people. ...
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Ankyloglossia is the medical word for tongue-tie. It is a congenital abnormality that occurs in about 4-5% of newborns and is about three times more likely to occur in boys than girls. Ankyloglossia is due to a short and tight lingual frenulum, which is the thin band in the midline just underneath the tongue (see figure 1). When the lingual frenulum is too short, it can prevent adequate tongue movement and protrusion. This has been reported in children to cause breastfeeding difficulties, speech disorders, poor oral hygiene and bullying during childhood and adolescence.. The treatment of choice for ankyloglossia is a frenulectomy. In a newborn, this is a simple office procedure. Alternatively, it can be done in the hospital before mother and baby are even discharged after delivery. Just have your pediatrician give us a call. During the brief procedure, your doctor at Suburban Ear, Nose, and Throat will place a small clamp on the lingual frenulum to crimp any small vessels. Then, a scissors is ...
During the appointment, Dr. M immediately noticed that Grace appeared afraid as he was describing what would need to happen. Her lip was quivering, and she had two of her fingers in her mouth. This immediately made me tear up a bit, and I put Grace on my lap to cuddle her a bit. I quickly suppressed that feeling. Charlie and I exchanged a quick look at each other to communicate our unified feeling of "oh crap." We were hoping this wouldnt come to surgery as Gracie has never been put under before. It was a relief to see the ENT pay close attention to Grace, though. To me that was a sign of his compassion for children. God bless childrens doctors ...
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Thyroglossal Duct Cyst A fibrous cyst that forms from a persistent thyroglossal duct. This is a condition in which the thyroglossal duct, a structure which forms an open connection between the back of the tongue and the thyroid gland that is usually only found during embryonic development...
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A thyroglossal duct cyst is a pocket in the front part of neck that is filled with fluid. A child is born with this cyst. It is formed from leftover tissue from the development of the thyroid gland when an embryo was forming. The thyroid gland is located in the front of the neck. It is part of the hormone-producing glands called the endocrine system.. Although the cyst is present at birth, it is usually not found until a child is at least age 2. Often a healthcare provider finds a thyroglossal cyst when a child gets an upper respiratory infection.. ...
I had no concerns with Maia as a baby. She fed and put on weight, and developmentally she excelled, walking at nine months and out of nappies at the age of two. She never seemed to have any problems eating or learning to talk. Looking back now, the only thing out of the ordinary was that she wou ...
Hi!As many of you know, Antje had throat surgery for a thyroglossal duct cyst in November:You can read her story about it here:https://www.f...
TDC are routinely investigated with ultrasound, which may reveal a cystic mass at the course of the thyroglossal duct in the midline. They can also be depicted by CT and more detailed with MRI, which can demonstrate the fluid content. However in case of an infected or haemorrhagic TDC, the echogenity in US and attenuation values in CT or MRI may be variable and simulate solid lesions. Even if in some cases ultrasound and MRI may be helpful, fistulography with water soluble contrast agent represents the modality of choice in demonstrating a thyroglossal duct fistula. It provides accurate information regarding its position, the relationship to adjacent anatomical structures and the extent of the tract ...
Thyroglossal cyst may present as anterior midline swelling of the neck which occur in children. Patient will notice the lump which may also present with difficulty in swelling / dysphagia or stridor in selected cases.
The hospital will provide information for you (or for your child) before the operation. Different hospitals have slightly different procedures; however, you should be told exactly what will happen and be given a leaflet to read. Before you sign the consent form to agree to the operation for you (or for your child), make sure you have asked all the questions you need to. You should be aware of the risks and the benefits and of what will happen during and after the operation. Discuss any worries or concerns you have. Only sign the consent form when you are happy to go ahead with the operation.. The anaesthetist will see you and explain the anaesthetic. See separate leaflets called You and Your Anaesthetic and Your Childs General Anaesthetic for more details. The anaesthetist will check your general health (or that of your child), carry out an examination and in some cases arrange some further tests. This is to check that you (or your child) are fit for the anaesthetic, and that it should be safe ...
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Going back 3 years, my son and I both got HTC Desires. The both proved to be bullet proof. My one in particular went through hell. I am an Indistrial Engineer so it had to live in a harsh environment: high temperatures, splashed with water, covered in hydraulic oil, used as a lever and constantly dropped (and sometimes drop kicked). Yet somehow the only signs of its hard life is a few nicks on the corners and a single scratch on he screen. Since my son is an IT nerd, his looks like it is fresh out of the box ...
Despite their allegiance to Nurgle, the Glottkin are actually Imperial by blood; the sons of a Nordlander father, Ollos Glotts, and his wife, a Life mage named Ethra Greenblood. The Glotts came to Norsca on a secret mission; by living peacefully alongside the Norscans of the fjords of the Sea of Claws, showing them the healing arts of the Wind of Life and more advanced methods for coaxing successful crops, they hoped to slowly break the chains of hatred that compelled the incessant cycle of raids and retaliations. For some time, the two were welcome, becoming quite influential, but a jealous Norscan hag cut Ethras finger with a cursed rusty knife during her pregnancy with her sons. Unable to break the hags curse herself, Ethra pleaded with the gods to spare her children, and Nurgle took pity, curing the infection and allowing for the birth of three healthy boys; Otto, Ethrac and Ghurek. Each was healthy and hearty, the only sign of their future fate a birthmark with three lobes that each bore ...
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Is it possible to have a good breastfeeding relationship with a very mild case of tongue tie? My daughter is almost 2yrs and still nurses but after reading this post I wonder if she was/is slightly tongue tie. When she was first born she had a very strong suck(like a 4day old according to the CLC) but at the end of every breastfeed my nipples were very misshapen. I had blisters by day 2 despite her having a perfect latch. I actually caved once in the hospital and tried formula because she would only stay latched on for about a minute but she puked the formula right up, so I said no more of that. I ended up having to give her a bottle of expressed milk several times a day for the first 7wks or so because having her nurse was the worst pain Ive ever felt. I was literally shaking from pain and crying non-stop when she did nurse. I felt like I was failing because I had to use a bottle. There were several times when my husband told me that we could just use formula because the pain was so bad but ...
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திசு அமையும்.இது நோய்த்தடைக் காப்புத் தன்மையுள்ளது. இதன் நோய்த்தடுப்பு நடவடிக்கை மூலம் தானாகவே நோய்த்தடைக் காப்பு ஏற்படுகிறது.ஏமத்திறன் உருவாகும். thyroglossal fistula : GasLu ாாககுப்புரை: காக்கு-கேடயச்சுரப்பி: கேடயச்சுரப்பிக் குழாய் அடை படுவதால் கழுத்திலும், நாக்கி லும் ஏறபடும் புரை இது கழுத் தின் ஒரு பக்க்த்தில் தோனறி நாக் கின் பின் பகுதிவரைப் பரவுகிறது. thyroid: கேடயச் சுரப்பி : கழுத்தி ...
The diagnosis of a thyroglossal duct cyst is often apparent when it presents with typical findings. We report a case of a 6 year-old girl with a low-lying thyroglossal duct cyst presenting with recurrent lateral cervical discharge without palpable mass, thus mimicking a second branchial cleft fistula. CT scan differentiated the lesion from a second branchial cleft fistula, and a standard Sistrunk procedure cured the lesion. In patients who show lateral cervical discharge without definite mass, therefore mimicking a second branchial cleft fistula, a low-lying thyroglossal duct cyst should be considered.
Geographic tongue disease - Is there an association between chronic Lyme disease and geographic tongue? Not particularly. Lyme can cause virtually any symptom and geographic tongue could be one of them, but I have not found geographic tongue to be common in patients with lyme. Common causes of geographic tongue include celiac disease & other food allergies, environmental allergies, vit B12 & zinc deficiencies, hormonal imbalances & imbalances of flora. Of course many people with chronic lyme may also have those issues.
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Normal tongue tie can make the tongue so easily, can be naturally extended extraoral tongue, or lick up the upper gum.But few childrens tongue tie growth is not normal, there may be tongue tie is too short (commonly known as climbing tongue) phenomenon, clinical manifestations of the tongue can not normally reach freedom, tongue protruding mouth portion is less than the length of normal children, and When tongue protrusion tongue because the tongue is pulled tendons and appear sunken, tongue W shape (when normal V-shaped tongue out tongue), may also affect breast-feeding or friction with the lower front teeth, ulceration.. When a child can not be upturned mouth tongue, the gums can not lick or extends through the upper lip, after the older affected the normal pronunciation. For the lingual frenulum is too short question, many parents there are several errors.. Speech. Some parents found the baby tongue tie is relatively short, when the mouth tongue can not bend, tongue activities are not ...
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