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Avatar n tn The maximum common spider vein remedy entails the injection of a solution into every affected vein, causing the vein to collapse and fade. Laser remedies also are available for the reduction or removal of spider veins.
Avatar n tn You may discuss with your dermatologist the advantages of photorejuvenation,vein and collagen laser remodelling.This may cost more however. Also some home remedies such as using potatoes and cucumbers are said to show good results. Do be careful on what you apply since allergic reactions may aggravate the condition.
177275 tn?1511758844 How about upgrading technology for Laser Vision Correction? Well, depending on where a patient has laser vision correction there can be a menu of options. For example some clinics will have a standard option where lower order aberrations (sphere and cylinder) are corrected for a price, say $ 1,500 per eye. If the patient wants wavefront optimized treatment they may pay $ 2,150 per eye and if the patient opts for wavefront customized or guided treatment they may pay $ 2,450 per eye.
1408746 tn?1283678948 This Syndrome results most commonly from the compression of the left renal vein between the abdominal aorta (AA) and superior mesenteric artery (SMA), although other variants exist.[1][2] The name derives from the fact that, in the sagittal view, the SMA and AA (with some imagination) appear to be a nutcracker crushing a nut (the renal vein).
1423357 tn?1511089042 In fact I doubt they had any difficulty working around the 4th vein. Likely the 4th vein hes refferring too lies near the Phrenic Nerve. It is always difficult to isolate. :p Sounds like your doc is just being humble and trying to reassure you regarding the time she'd be under actually. Alot of patients are naturally worried about going to sleep for that long. So it makes sense to give an unrealistic estimate.
Avatar n tn If your hesitancy is due to cost ask your veterinarian if he has Care Credit. Which is a interest free credit card for medical and veterinary care.
Avatar f tn 1. That symptoms suggests macular pathology but many possible causes: CSR, macular degeneration, macular membrane, blockage of artery or vein near macula 2. That often is a macula symptoms is called "micropsia" if the image seems larger than it should be "macropsia" if distorted "metamorphopsia" 3. The OCT can be used for different things. In glaucoma its usually used around the optic nerve and measure nerve fiber layer thickness.
92903 tn?1309908311 is that not how you understand it too. ------------------------------------------ No. IPL (not technically a laser) works deeper and more subtly. V-Beam (a laser) works more superficially and more dramatically. Less treatments needed with V-Beam but potentially more risky in the wrong hands. On the other hand, potentially better results. Last laser guy I saw recommeded 5-7 IPL treatments first and then he'd finish off any veins with V-Beam that the IPL missed. That would cost big bucks. LOL.
233488 tn?1310696703 surgical or laser corneal relaxing incisions; toric IOLs or toric mutifocal IOLs; rounding the cornea at time of surgery with brand new (2013) femtosecond laser; post operatively using lasik surgery to remove residual astigmatism. 9. In cases where one eye has a cataract that is symptomatic and causing problems with important functions such as driving, reading, recognizing faces, glare avoidance, etc.
Avatar n tn I don't know because I refuse to be pressured into a consultation before being told the cost. What I do know is that the St. Louis Vein Doctor has done a great job so far. If you're in the metro area, I do recommend the drive to see her.
Avatar n tn I had my MRI today - it was fine except they had to stick me four times trying to find a vein! So now I wait...I will keep you posted.
Avatar f tn The options here are so limited. I have myopia, astigmatism, presbyopia, and I've also had a retinal vein occlusion. With the retinal issues, I'm not going with a multi-focal because of the reduced contrast sensitivity and because they can interfere with any future retinal surgery. The only adaptive IOL in the US is still Crystalens. I've talked with doctors here that say they most patients don't really get much accommodation with it.
Avatar n tn Saw Big shot on monday, and he was not very pleased to see me so soon again. I am sure the PA told him that I 'hated' all the products he wanted me to use...Biafine, Loprox shampoo, Periostat 20mg twice a day. Remember I put myself on Amoxicillin, had started using the Atopiclair again, so when I went there, I had greatly improved. He simply said to continue what I was doing, and was ready to leave the room. Now wait a minute, I got my dander up...what about this or that.
Avatar n tn After extensive research online, I discovered two integrative medicine doctors in London, one uses laser blood irradiation therapy and the other ozone autohemotherapy. Faced with the certainty of having to treat the HCV, I decided to have 10 treatments of each to see if they had any effect. First, in November I had a red and green laser light exposed to my blood through an intravenous fibre optic cable. Fifteen minutes of each colour every other day.
86075 tn?1238118691 V-Beam is also a laser, IPL is not a laser. IPL stands for intense pulsed light. IPL actually covers more of an area than V-Beam and works deeper but not as intense. IPL is gentler on the skin and therefore IPL requires more treatments. Another name for IPL is the "PhotoFacial" laser even thogugh again it's not really a laser. As explained to me, IPL is more for redness, lasters like V-Beam are more for veins.
Avatar f tn I am meeting my cardiologist tomorrow and am quite sure that he wants to perform ablation. CAn anyone tell me if it's a wise thing to do? It won't cost me anything and would be performed at Papworth Hospital in England, the world's leading heart surgery hospital, and would be performed using the technique where they will go up a vein in my groin and ablate the node without invasive surgery. But still the whole idea of surgery, having never even broken a bone in my life, scares me to bits!
Avatar n tn The Affirm laser tightened and the peel did even more. It cost $450. for the laser and then $100. for the peel so it was not cheap but I feel much more comfortable showing my arms now. I was told that the tightening of the skin will continue over the next few months.
Avatar n tn its not blood blisters,its a blood vessel under the skin like your vein pops and then there is a bruise for about 2 days then it goes away
Avatar n tn My doctor prescribed a STEROID CREAM which (with no insurance) would cost $60 per ounce and he prescribed 2 ounces. I can't afford it. He said the steroid cream would soften the skin. Is there anything else I can do to speed this up? I am so confused and feel like I'm never going to heal. I'm using vaseline every day but I don't know if that's helping. Should I let it dry out? Does it need to be kept moist?
Avatar n tn I thought my vocabulary was pretty up to date but that article you posted proved me wrong. So let me try to understand this, the gentelmen they did this report on and used the "laser" on was recorded to have recovered from his symptoms? or was he just tested on?
Avatar n tn They can do miracles with brains and heart surgery and even vein surgery so I don't understand why they can't fix a lymphatic problem. I think it's because there are not enough cases to warrant a government grant but in my opinion there are more people with it than we know of. I bet a lot of people have it but due to the lack of pain often not see a doctor about it (like I did).
Avatar n tn Before going for the surgery last week I stumbled upon this website and almost cancelled my appointment and left the country! I feel horrible for everyone that had a terrible experience and I know every person's situation is unique and their bodies respond differently but I would like to try and convince a few people that the procedure isn't bad at all!!! First of all, the skin tag I had was fairly small.
Avatar n tn i can see why you hid that amount from your hubby.As long as you look and feel good thats all that counts i wish you health and happiness.
Avatar n tn I was told by two different neurosurgeons that fusion was my only option. WRONG! I had Laser surgery in May of this year and I can honestly say I now have NO PAIN and NO HARDWARE!! Plus I was back at my office less than one week after the surgery. The name of the facility is Laser Spine Institute : http://laserspineinstitute.com/home.aspx They also work on fusions gone bad. (I have never heard of a good fusion personally) The so called "Gold Standard" they told me.
Avatar f tn they did a biopsy shortly after i did this post, and nothing specific came back. i've had it treated w/ medication (pills and topical) and also laser and it'll seem to look a little better for a few days but then i'm almost to square 1. it just will not seem to heal. just today they decided to do a second biopsy, because they also find it odd and worrisome. they did diagnose me with rosacea b/c in general i am very pink with capillaries close to the skin.
Avatar n tn I wonder if laser hair removal is an option. At this point, I'd go for that if it would stop these painful lumps.
Avatar f tn I have seen the question "how much does it cost and if insurance covers it" asked numerous times in this post but so far I haven't seen a reply to it. It doesn't apply to me as I don't share what you all have but why hasn't anyone acknowledged the question. It's as if it's being completely ignored. Even if you don't know the answer why can't any of you say that when you reply.
Avatar n tn Three excellent sites located below. This may really help you out. Cost means little when you consider your health for the rest of your life, even if you have to take out a loan or second mortgage. I hope you get this message. Take care, Geoff www.getadr.com www.globalpatientnetwork.com www.alphaklinik.
Avatar n tn There is a small varicose vein at the center of the cramp but it may have already been there. Since then my pain has been less intense but more frequent now. I'm going to see a cardiologist on Tuesday to see what they think.