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241 Possible Causes for Abdominal Bruising, Ecchymosis

  • Hemophilia

    Primary Hemostasis – Platelet aggregation forms an initial plug (immediate) – Deficiencies tend to cause superficial bleeds (i.e petechiae, ecchymosis, & purpura) Secondary[]

  • Seat Belt Injury

    abdominal injiury 25% and 85% Paris et al, 2010, Canada Children admitted to a Canadian tertiary pediatric trauma care center with abdominal wall bruising following MVC over[] SBS was defined as a continuous area of erythema, ecchymosis, or abrasion across the abdomen from a seat belt restraint. Patients[] The presence of abdominal wall ecchymosis (seat belt sign) increases the chance of intraabdominal injuries by eight folds.[]

  • Bleeding Diathesis

    There may be bleeding and hemorrhage, extensive bruising. In severe disease rashes turn into ulcers. Can bother abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting with blood.[] Presenting symptoms in rare inherited platelet disorders were purpura, ecchymosis, epistaxis and bleeding gums, respectively.[] This episode had been preceded by one day of epistaxis, abdominal pain, hematuria, and the passage of maroon stools.[]

  • Acute Pancreatitis

    […] abdomen; worsened by ingestion of food Nausea, emesis Retroperitoneal hemorrhage – indicates poorer prognosis Grey Turner sign – gray discoloration over flank Cullen sign – bruising[] […] and discoloration ( bluish-red ) Grey Turner's sign : flank ecchymosis with discoloration Fox's sign : ecchymosis over the inguinal ligament References: [1] [8] [9] Diagnostics[] […] discoloration around the umbilicus (Cullen’s sign) Ecchymosis/discoloration of the flank(s) (Grey Turner’s sign) Differential Diagnosis: Abdominal Pathology Perforated viscus[]

  • Surgical Bleeding Complication

    Cullen's sign is the term used to refer to the appearance of bruising surrounding the navel.[] Ecchymosis on the neck due to tracking of blood in naturally occurring tissue planes. Periorbital ecchymosis.[] The other patient, an 88-year-old man taking ibrutinib for chronic lymphocytic leukemia, developed ecchymosis down to the chin.[]

  • Lung Hernia

    He was unable to take in a deep breath or lie flat and developed an abdominal bruise shortly after the tearing pain.[] Erythema and ecchymosis were not identified in this area.[] He had extensive ecchymosis extending from the right flank to the periumbilicum, and a tender right chest wall in the lower mid-clavicular region.[]

  • Contusion

    Severe injuries that cause difficulty in moving a limb, abdominal bruising, bruising behind the ear, and the feeling of liquid under the skin may indicate a life-threatening[] Pertinent clinical findings included red blood cells in the anterior chamber and ecchymosis of the orbital adnexa, with associated conjunctival injection.[] Bruising present around the navel (belly button) with severe abdominal pain suggests acute pancreatitis .[]

  • Abdominal Injury

    Signs of serious abdominal injury include: Severe pain Bruising External bleeding Nausea Vomiting (sometimes blood) Weakness Thirst Pain, tenderness, or a tight feeling in[] An ecchymosis at the right lower quadrant misled the diagnosis, which was made 1 day later.[] A large area of deeply purple skin (called ecchymosis) can result from bleeding into the skin and soft tissues.[]

  • Abdominal Wall Hematoma

    […] who are receiving anticoagulation therapy. 1-7 A hematoma can present with apparent bruising and/or tenderness over any aspect of the abdominal wall.[] It can also present as abdominal wall mass with or without ecchymosis [ 15 , 16 ].[] From Source: iStock What are subcutaneous and intra-abdominal hematomas? Subcutaneous hematomas are bruises and contusions of the skin (ecchymosis).[]

  • Vitamin K Deficiency

    This article describes a 4-y-old girl with spontaneous, generalized bruising, abdominal distention, and signs of malnutrition.[] We report the case of a 45 year old man who came to Emergency Room of Polyclinic for sudden onset of localized ecchymosis and widespread hematomas.[] Signs and symptoms of the patients were bulging fontanels (70%); irritabilities (50%); convulsions (49%); bleeding and ecchymosis (47%); feeding intolerance, poor sucking,[]

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