Is there peristalsis at the esophageal level?

Question by Gnochon: Is there peristalsis at the esophageal level? “Reglan increases esophageal motility and tone” – does “motility” here refer to peristalsis? Thanks. Best answer: Answer by Blair Wyes Give your answer to this question below!

Liver Health : Fatty Liver Symptoms

The most common symptom of a fatty liver is a lack of symptoms, because problems with a fatty liver are most often found in blood tests. Find out why an ultrasound will discover most liver problems with information from a doctor in this free video on fatty liver symptoms. Expert: Dr. Peter Kramer Bio: Dr. Peter Kramer attended medical school at the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine, and graduated with a medical doctorate in 1998. Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC Video Rating: 4 / 5 In fatty liver, excessive...

Taking sleeping pills when you have breathing problems?

Question by D: Taking sleeping pills when you have breathing problems? Lately I’ve been having problems breathing when I lay down. I can take short breathes ok but I can’t get a satisfying breathe when I try to inhale deeply and my lungs also make a wheezing sound when I try to inhale deeply. I’ve also been having problems falling asleep so I just bought some sleeping pills but now I just noticed on the package it says “ask a doctor before use if you have a breathing problem”. What should I do? ended up taking...

Quality of Life Impact of Nose and Sinus Problems

Milwaukee, Wisconsin’s Dr. Madan Kandula discusses the negative impact of chronic sinus infections and nasal blockage. Dr. Kandula describes the latest treatment options for these issues. Video Rating: 0 / 5 This program is in Tamil. Shahul Hameed of Sun TV interviews Dr Thulasi Das, ENT and Plastic surgeon from Chennai. The discussion is on Nasal diseases and Surgery. Video Rating: 0 /...

What exactly does a doctor look at to determine “Normal-Tension Glaucoma”?

by J Mark Dodds a shadow of my future self Question by wooz101: What exactly does a doctor look at to determine “Normal-Tension Glaucoma”? I want to make sure my Neuro-Opthalmologist didn’t rule it out. What are the obvious signs? Best answer: Answer by David EThere are not necessarily any obvious signs. It is usually a number of subtle signs. The thing most likely to cause suspicion is a higher than normal cup to disc ratio. This means that the depression in the middle of your optic nerve takes up a larger percentage of...