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A name has been found for the white spots on my face! by Florence F. Patient Expert Posted Wed 20 Jul 2011 5:46pm Hypergranulotic dyscornification. Huh? Basically, the skin isn't maturing properly.  That's what I took from what my dermatologist said to me.  She's going to take pictures of it to show to other doctors. Anyone else have experience with this? *deer in headlights face* Read on »
Weird White Spots by Florence F. Patient Expert Posted Mon 28 Feb 2011 12:50pm As I mentioned in another post, I had noticed some wired, confetti-like white spots on my face. I don't know where they came from or what they are from. I kind of stopped noticing them. Once you live with something for a certain period of time...you simply just stop noticing it. Also, the lighting in my bathroom isn't the greatest. Ei ... Read on »
Where's my call back, dermatology? by Florence F. Patient Expert Posted Mon 27 Sep 2010 5:23pm You know that feeling when you just feel....weird? That's how I feel. I've been having some strange pain in my right shoulder, my mouth/throat seems dry all the time, my appetite isn't as huge as it usually is...just weird stuff. I'm just hoping and praying that everything will be ok. It's been two weeks since my dermatology appointment a ... Read on »
Protein..? by Florence F. Patient Expert Posted Thu 17 Mar 2011 11:12pm My hematologist called me yesterday afternoon to report back on my bone marrow biopsy/aspiration results. My hematologist called me on my cell, which shows that he got the message I left with his secretary the day before otherwise he'd have called me at home. At first, he said "you don't want to do another bone marrow biopsy, do you?" I ... Read on »
Birthmark treatment depends on type - red, white, brown birthmarks by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 15 Feb 2011 12:00am AAD.org - Vascular birthmarks, which occur in nearly 10 percent of all infants at birth or within the first few weeks of life, can cause concern for parents particularly if they are large or in a cosmetically important area. The decision to tre ... Read on »
PET DENTAL HEALTH MONTH.... by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 30 Jan 2011 12:00am The ASPCA offers 5 Pet Tips for Good Health in 2011 Maybe you've made a few resolutions for yourself this year, but how about your pet? Even small changes can make a big difference in the life of your furry friend.  If you already have a pet health insurance policy or are considering getting one, there are different levels of coverage ... Read on »
DOCTOR MY EYES...MIGHT NEED HELP by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 10 Jun 2012 12:00am OK, where were you in the summer and fall of 1972?  Yes, that's 40 years ago!  Helpful Buckeye can tell you that I was well into my curriculum in veterinary medical school at Ohio State...and doing a little substitute teaching on the side to help put food on the table.  I was doing the teaching at a mid-sized public school in subu ... Read on »
Neurologist by Rachel M. Patient Expert Posted Tue 24 Jun 2008 5:06pm   I had my very first Neurologist appointment on Wednesday at Logan Hospital. My GP asked me if I needed the Ambulance Transport for this appointment. I said “No”. I thought Logan Hospital is more approachable than Princess Alexandria Hospital, where I had EEG. I also have wheelchair now, so I naively assumed that I could handle the vis ... Read on »
Neurologist by Rachel M. Patient Expert Posted Sun 28 Sep 2008 5:17pm   I had my very first Neurologist appointment on Wednesday at Logan Hospital. My GP asked me if I needed the Ambulance Transport for this appointment. I said “No”. I thought Logan Hospital is more approachable than Princess Alexandria Hospital, where I had EEG. I also have wheelchair now, so I naively assumed that I could handle the vis ... Read on »
Vitiligo: Autoimmune Silent and Non-Silent Celiac Sign by Dr. B G Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Wed 01 Jul 2009 4:29pm 1 Comment At my children's elementary school, I'd conservatively estimate that at least 25% of the children have vitiligo the skin condition that the late Mr. Michael Jackson suffered from (or...self-induced?) that caused loss of skin pigementation (melanocytes). Small patches of whitish areas on their tan or darker-toned faces are the tell-tale signs. I' ... Read on »