Tongue hemangioma

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I just received results from an MRI and it states I have Hemangioma involving the C6 vertebra. Focal area of fullness involving the right oropharynx, just inferior to the right tongue base, mildly obliterating the vallecula. Could you tell me what that means?
I recently went to the ER with a headache and severe nausea thinking I had a bug that wouldn't go away. After a CT was done I found out that I had a bleeding Cavernous Hemangioma. I now know that I have had this same thing happen before but didn't get it checked out. Once worse than this and several times mild. I was wondering if anyone has had surgery for these and if so did it leave you with any deficits. The Hemangioma is 2 cm and is located in the right frontal lobe.
I have one bump on the bottom side of my tongue and it was whitish with a dark spot in the middle, and the underside of my tongue has bluish greenish color. I tried popping the bump and it did, what could this be??
Hello, 8 months ago I underwent surgery to remove a hemangioma (right frontal lobe). Before & after surgery I was on a heavy dose of steroids for edema on the left side of my brain. I got Cushing's Syndrome & suffered every possible side effect. I have been off them for several months now but still suffer from some side effects. They removed all of the tumor & my 3 month MRI showed the swelling had resolved itself.
Down Syndrome, Beckwith-Widemann Syndrome, Mucopolysaccharidoses, and many more 2) Acquired - Hypothyroidism – due to accumulation of matrix glycosaminoglycans - Acromegaly - Infiltrative disease – AL Amyloidosis, Sarcoidosis - Neoplasms of the tongue – Carcinoma, Plasmacytoma, Hemangioma, Lymphangioma - Trauma – Surgery, biting, intubation injury, radiation therapy - Infection – Ludwig Angina, Candidiasis, more - Vitamin Deficiencies – e.g.
In 2007 I was diagnosised with cancer base of tongue. Had molar removal and radiation. I had the typical side effects from radiation, including hoarseness. As I healed, my speech got progressively worse. Six months later, my thyroid was removed because of a nodule in it, benign. I was diagnosed with Muscle Tension Dsyphonia and had speech therapy with no improvement. Dr.s said they have never seen radiation cause MTD. My speech sounds very much like a stroke victim.
It is a rubbery, bubblelike painles swelling. It is usually inside the lower lip or under the tongue and caused mainly by biting the lips or trauma. Usually it goes away on its own.But if it does not,then corticosteroid injections and surgical removal by scalpel or laser are done by a dermatologist.It also has to be differentiated from a hemangioma then. Hope it helps.Take care and pls do keep me posted on how you are doing or if you had any other queries.
does anyone know anything? I also have a cavernous hemangioma on the anterior part of my medulla. it bleeds occasionally, but when it does other parts of my body get numb and heavy ... never my toungue though. my docs have chalked it up to anxiety, but i'm not buying it. i have anxiety now as a result of what's been happening to me. please someone help me!!! i am 23 years old and i have two small children and one on the way.
Hi there,I just wanted to know i have a child in the middle east at the moment that has infection,her bottom lip is and red as blood and here tongue is also red and parts of the tongue tends to fall off what could this be as the child is only 5 years old and the doctor over here cant find the problem and there is no proper health care here
It is a rubbery, bubblelike painles swelling. It is usually inside the lower lip or under the tongue and caused mainly by biting the lips or trauma. Usually it goes away on its own.But if it does not,then corticosteroid injections and surgical removal by scalpel or laser are done by a dermatologist.It also has to be differentiated from a hemangioma and warts then.Herpe presents as painful blisters outside the mothe. Hope it helps.
It is a rubbery, bubblelike painles swelling. It is usually inside the lower lip or under the tongue and caused mainly by biting the lips or trauma. Usually it goes away on its own.But if it does not,then corticosteroid injections and surgical removal by scalpel or laser are done by a dermatologist.It also has to be differentiated from a hemangioma then. Hope it helps.Take care and pls do keep me posted on how you are doing or if you had any other queries.
The ultrasound found something that the doctor says is a hemangioma. I was wondering how sure he can be with the finding through an ultrasound and also if it could be cancerous. The hemangioma is on my liver and is 2.2 cm. Another question I have is how do you treat or get rid of these hemangiomas. By the way I am a 26 year old male who is usually healthy and athletic.
For years, off and on, I have had slight numbness with my left ear and left side of face. At sporadic times, it feels like an ice pick going through my cheek and the left side of my tongue felt "electric." I know this could be trigeminal neuralgia, but why would I have this at 33 yrs. of age. I have had MRIs of my head, all unremarkable. I am female, have two young children, happily married, etc. I also get acutely dizzy at times.
99 percent hemangioma and he said nothing wrong with it dun worry if u want i cant make an operation to take it out and i said no , like 7 days after small red dots on my tounge , sweating at night for couple of days , fever , my lymph hurts me " just one in my neck " and i noticed yesterday red dots on my cheeks ! Like 3 or 4 on each and like white line on the right cheek !!
Small high T1 and T2 marrow signal is noted within the inferior C3 vertebral body and larger hemangioma notd within the posterior upper T5 vertebral body. Axial images demonstrate no disc herniation, central canal narrowing, or foraminal compormise at any cervical level Cervical cord demonstarates normal signal. Craniocervical junction is normal in appearance. Incidental note: A bean shape struction at the base of the tongue midline measuring 1.7 x0.
Headache Head pressure Head pain Neck pain Back pain Pain in hips Difficulty walking at times Confusion Loss of coordination at times Hard to think Dripping water out of nose Dizziness Vision problems Numbness in hands, feet,arms, legs, tongue at times throughout the day Nausea Anxious No energy Trouble sleeping No appetite Cannot Feel when need to pee (and only peeing 1-2times a day) Loud noises or being around too many people bother me Sweating Lights bother me Ringing ears
Hey guys , u r doing a great job here , my story started when I had something like small tumor inside my mouth , I thought its oral cancer so I went to a dentist and she send me to an oral surger and he made X-Ray and said its not cancer and u shouldn't worry about it , he said its hemangioma and if I want to remove it he could arrange for an operation next day so I said as long as its nothing to worry about then I'll just leave it as it is , anyways I started to experiance some small red dots o
About a week after I gave birth in april, I developed a brain bleed (i have a cavernous hemangioma on my brainstem). The neurological side effects of the bleed have all but stopped my functional life. I have pretty bad double vision, terrible ringing in my ears, complete body numbness (all over my skin even though i can still move everything) my balance is terrible (i actually fell carrying my newborn), my words are slurred sometimes and it's hard to eat because my tongue seems weak.
There was a metallic taste on the left side of my tongue. No pain. MRI w/ contrast showed, what some think is, a telangiectasia close to the center of my brain on the right side. Major symptoms lasted for a week or so but have lingered to one degree or another since then. Headaches of varying severity have been increasingly occurring and unresponsive to a variety of migraine meds, seizure meds, and high blood pressure meds that treat migraines.
It is usually inside the lower lip, under the tongue or the inside of mouth and caused mainly by biting the lips or trauma during eating of food. Other possibilities are of a lipoma, hemangioma or fibroma. All of these are benign skin growths but they cannot be removed on their own. Usually a mucocele goes away on its own. But if it does not, then corticosteroid injections and surgical removal by scalpel or laser are done by a dermatologist.
He was found dead with his feces protruding from his rear, tongue slightly out. His water dish was knocked over possibly from him falling. Unknown at this point. Just wondering what the top 3-5 possibilities could be. Thanks for your time. His name was Puccino, like Cappucino. A 4 yr old Belgian malinois shepherd. Rest in peace buddy, we love and miss you.
These are manifest as all out, sometimes quite violent shaking of all the limbs and complete loss of consciousness, sometimes accompanied by tongue biting or loss of urine/stool control. And it's these seizures rather than complex partial seizures that are more linked to sudden death. Hope that helps.
I began having extreme vertigo, full body pins and needles feeling, tinnitus getting quite loud (I've had this 24/7 for a few years) and then numbness in the lower part of my face, left side and tip of my tongue. GP thought I should be checked for MS. No lesions, blood work all good. No spinal tap. I've been to a couple neurologists recently an MS doctor and neurosurgeon who have all pretty much said it's not MS and can't be Chiari but then offer to help. "There's the door... bye!
After this appointment, my lips started to experience numbness along with my tongue and nose. It felt as though I had been given a shot of novicane at the dentist. I called the 2nd ortho and told him this and he referred me to a different neurologist. Neuro doc looked at brain MRI and cervical MRI, and did testing for MS and other things. He felt confident it was not MS and that he did not know what was causing this. He did nerve and muscle testing on my left and right arm. All normal.
Conus is normal in appearance terminating at the level L1. Note is made of a small hemangioma in the T10 vertebral body level measuring up to 1.2 cm. Impression: Mild degenerative changes in the lower lumbar spine with no focal disk protrusion, spinal stenosis or significant foraminal narrowing. Mild chronic anterior compression fracture of T7. Bilateral spondylolysis with no anterolisthesis at L5-S1. Conus is normal in appearance terminating at the level of L1.
Then shortly after, Cavernous Hemangioma of the liver which has been growing over the years. Then in 2004 I had a bought of Thrombosis and neurological problems with limbs after that. Migranes and eye pain started. Dizzy spells. Then a year ago I stopped being able to eat. I have been loosing a lot of weight and I am 99 pounds. I have been fallling down in the day and hanging onto furniture while the house spins getting in and outer body sensations, flashes of lightning and shadows and halos.
This is the report from my most recent MRI done last week: "There is an approximately 17mm diameter slighty irregular T1 hypo-intense and T2 hyperintense lesion containing internal septations located adjacent to the frontal horn of the left lateral ventricle. Some calcification is present in the lesion. This has been documented previously. There are no other similar lesions intracranially. There are no other areas of abnormal signal. No hypdrocephalus. No midline shift.
Starting in around the year 2001 or so, I was diagnosed with Hepititas C related arthritus and Chronic Pain Syndrom with muscular atrophy. Then shortly after, Cavernous Hemangioma of the liver which has been growing over the years. Then in 2004 I had a bought of Thrombosis and neurological problems with limbs after that. Migranes and eye pain started. Dizzy spells. Then a year ago I stopped being able to eat. I have been loosing a lot of weight and I am 99 pounds.
Went to go talk with my MIL about it and then felt my right side of my face go completely numb, and my mouth droop downward, my tongue went to the right as well, slurred my words, felt a pulling on my right eye downward, and a ringing in my ears. We made the decision to go to the emergency room. They took me back immediately for a ct, I was informed they thought I was having a stroke, and was told I was being medivaced by helicopter to a larger hospital that had a stroke team.
I recently underwent some minor surgery on my tongue to remove a submucosal hemangioma. The procedure took about 15minutes but I didn't wake up for 15 hours. Mentally I was aware of everything but my body would not respond to me or any stimulation. I remember being awakened but unable to tell them I was awake. Needless to say, there was some concern over my condition.
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