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71 Possible Causes for Abdominal Bloating, Cauda Equina Syndrome

  • Sciatica

    Nocturia and progressive abdominal distension with voiding dysfunction were also noted.[] Malmivaara A, Pohjola R (1982) Cauda equina syndrome caused by chiropraxis on a patient previously free of lumbar spine symptoms.[] Keywords: Cauda equina syndrome, Spinal manipulations, Herniated disc disease Introduction Cauda equina syndrome (CES) is a well-known neurological disease caused by compression[]

  • Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

    Other symptoms include: Abdominal bloating Change in bowel habits Fever Sweating, especially at night Weight loss Show More Many symptoms of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma could be[] KEYWORDS: Cauda equina syndrome; chemo- and radiotherapy; lumbar; spinal tumour[]

  • Urinary Retention

    Acute urinary retention is extremely painful and causes abdominal bloating. There may not be any noticeable symptoms with chronic urinary retention.[] Postoperative retention is rarely caused by a postoperative cauda equina syndrome due to epidural hematoma, which is also associated with saddle anesthesia, leg pain, and[] Other symptoms may include inability to urinate and bloating in the lower belly.[]

  • Spinal Cord Injury

    PROBLEMS • Poor colonic motility • Chronic constipation • Abdominal distension • Prolonged bowel transit time • Faecal incontinence Gastrointestinal system SOLUTIONS  Proper[] Cauda Equina Syndrome Cauda equina syndrome is a serious debilitating condition caused by compression of the nerves in the lower spinal canal.[] Large disc herniations can cause cauda equina syndrome. See separate Cauda Equina Syndrome article which discusses it in more detail.[]

  • Ankylosing Spondylitis

    The “classical” clinical picture of NCGS is a combination of irritable bowel syndrome-like manifestations, such as abdominal pain, bloating, diarrhea or alterations in bowel[] The cauda equina syndrome in ankylosing spondylitis (the CES-AS syndrome) is marked by slow, insidious progression and a high incidence of dural ectasia in the lumbosacral[] Abstract The cauda equina syndrome in ankylosing spondylitis (the CES-AS syndrome) is marked by slow, insidious progression and a high incidence of dural ectasia in the lumbosacral[]

  • Spinal Epidural Abscess

    Although abdominal distension caused by postoperative ileus persisted, his postoperative course was generally favorable, and he was discharged after 28 days.[] A few hours later, the patient deteriorated with signs of cauda equina syndrome.[] The patient presented with acute cauda equina syndrome and was shown to have multisegmental SEA extending from D5 to S2 vertebral level without any evidence of vertebral involvement[]

  • Cytomegalovirus Infection

    ., 6-weeks-old, born small for gestational age, was admitted in our Hospital for gastrointestinal signs: diarrhea, abdominal distension, observed three days earlier.[] Myeloradiculopathy: CMV-induced myeloradiculopathy of the terminal cone and cauda equina is also described during HIV infection.[] It can induce Guillain-Barre syndrome with urinary retention and ascending motor weakness of both lower limbs [ 30 ].[]

  • Neuroblastoma

    Abstract We report a case of 23-year-old man who presented with complaints of progressive abdominal distension for the past 3 months along with the loss of appetite and weight[] If the tumor is located lower in the abdomen, it may cause abdominal pain and bloating.[]

  • Sexual Dysfunction

    Other symptoms include dyspareunia, fatigue, painful urination, painful bowel movements, and other gastrointestinal problems such as bloating and abdominal cramps.[] BACKGROUND: Even though micturition, defecation, and sexual function are substantially affected in cauda equina syndrome (CES), data on outcome are scarce.[] His symptoms are attributed to a L4-5 disk herniation resulting in a partial cauda equina syndrome.[]

  • Urinary Tract Obstruction

    equina syndrome.[] Detrusor sphincter dyssynergia Neurogenic bladder (commonly pelvic splanchic nerve damage, cauda equina syndrome, descending cortical fibers lesion, pontine micturition or[] […] numbness (saddle anesthesia), parasthesias, decreased anal sphincter tone, or altered deep tendon reflexes, an MRI of the lumbar spine should be considered to further assess cauda[]

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