FNAC done. Cytology bilateral cervical lymph node. Is it malignant?
I have got an FNAC done. It is for Cervical Lymph Node (Bilateral). It reads as follows: Smears from right side showed epithelioid cell granulomas & few multinuleated giant cells against hemorrhagic background. No atypical cell seen. ZN stain for AFB is negative. Smears from left side show...
My doctors have watched my high BP go up and up for the past 8 years and finally I have been sent to a cardiologist for testing. I got the diagnosis of Malignant Hypertension and they started me on yet another heart medicine (that makes two heart meds and two BP meds daily and I m 57 yrs old.)....
Hello and welcome to HCM,
Anterior horn disease is a disease of peripheral nerves.
Anterior horn is the anterior part of the spinal cord.
It consists of ganglion cells and nerves arising cells.
The anterior horn disease is characterized by stiffness of the muscles.
Consult a neurologist for further work up.
Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal
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