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115 Possible Causes for Abdominal Fullness, Adnexal Tenderness

  • Malignant Neoplasm

    We describe a case of acute chlamydial salpingitis with marked ascites and an adnexal mass that simulated a malignant neoplasm.[] Typically, patients with acute chlamydial salpingitis present with acute lower abdominal pain, tenderness on bimanual pelvic examination, or vaginal discharge.[]

  • Endometriosis

    However, there may be: Posterior fornix or adnexal tenderness.[] Full thickness rectal wall excision sample was reported to be histologically complete and confirmed endometriosis.[] The physician should palpate for a fixed, retroverted uterus, adnexal and uterine tenderness, pelvic masses or nodularity along the uterosacral ligaments.[]

  • Adenocarcinoma of the Ovary

    At the primary hospital, the woman had complained of abdominal fullness. A cervical pap smear was negative for both intraepithelial lesions and malignancy.[] fullness Back pain Constipation Diarrhea Early satiety Fatigue Nausea Pelvic pain Urinary symptoms Physical findings Abdominal mass Inguinal lymphadenopathy Pelvic or adnexal[] Symptoms can include: abdominal enlargement or swelling, abdominal fullness, early satiety (feeling full early), changes in bowel or bladder habits, or clothes not fitting[]

  • Metastatic Ovarian Carcinoma

    Signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer may include: Abdominal bloating or swelling Quickly feeling full when eating Weight loss Discomfort in the pelvis area Changes in bowel[] full sooner Pressure in the pelvis or lower back Urge to urinate more frequently Changes in bowel movements Increased abdominal girth Lethargy, fatigue or lack of energy[] The early symptoms include: abdominal bloating , pressure, and pain abnormal fullness after eating difficulty eating an increase in urination an increased urge to urinate[]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    The abdomen should be examined especially for adnexal tenderness, which may suggest that the correct diagnosis is actually pelvic inflammatory disease.[] Some of the urinary tract infection (UTI) symptoms your child may experience include the following: Babies fever abdominal pain colic abdominal fullness foul-smelling urine[] Symptoms may include: In babies: Fever Abdominal pain Abdominal fullness Foul-smelling urine Poor growth Weight loss or failure to gain weight Irritability Vomiting Poor feeding[]

  • Appendicitis

    Pelvic examination reveals cervical motion tenderness (CMT), adnexal tenderness and vaginal or cervical discharge .[] (Free full pdf) Abdominal pain duration impacts the accuracy of ultrasound for diagnosing pediatric appendicitis.[] An 80-year-old woman presents with malaise, nausea and vomiting, abdominal pain, and watery diarrhea. She is highly active, with a full-time job as a realtor.[]

  • Ovarian Torsion

    Physical examination may reveal lower abdominal tenderness. On pelvic exam, the patient may have adnexal tenderness or an adnexal mass.[] Ovarian cysts and masses should be suspected in the cases of: Precocious Puberty Dull, aching pelvic pain or "heaviness" Abdominal fullness or bloating Adenexal Mass Unexplained[] Ovarian cysts Lower abdominal pain with adnexal fullness on exam. Imaging or laparoscopy may be needed to distinguish from ovarian torsion.[]

  • Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

    Seventeen days later, she presented with severe bilateral lower abdominal pain, cervical motion tenderness, uterine tenderness, and bilateral adnexal tenderness.[] Clinician behavior can be enhanced with the use of institutionally driven protocols, especially those that include onsite dispensing of a full course of medications.[] Uterine tenderness or cervical motion pain or adnexal tenderness is most often present on pelvic exam in most cases of moderate PID.[]

  • Acute Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

    An optimal set of PID indicators consisted of adnexal tenderness, lower abdominal pain of one week's duration and an elevated white blood cell count.[] Clinician behavior can be enhanced with the use of institutionally driven protocols, especially those that include onsite dispensing of a full course of medications.[] The most frequent signs and symptoms were abnormal vaginal discharge (100%), adnexal tenderness (97.1%), cervical motion tenderness (94.3%) and fever 38.3 degrees C (82.9%[]

  • Tubo-Ovarian Abscess

    Upon palpation, patients affected by a TOA usually report adnexal tenderness, that is unilateral.[] Pelvic examination revealed a fullness at the vaginal cuff and computed tomography showed bilateral multiloculated pelvic masses.[] Cervical motion, uterine, and lower abdominal tenderness may also be present.[]

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