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3,212 Possible Causes for Abdominal Mass, Artefact - Patient Movement, Rectal Examination Abnormal

  • Endometriosis

    This reduces imaging time, movement artefacts, is more comfortable for the patient and is easier for workflow coordination.[] Design: Report of a unique case of a fetal abdominal mass, emphasizing the wide range of differential diagnoses.[] Rectal examination shows no abnormalities. Insertion of a urinary catheter yields 30 mL of grossly bloody fluid.[]

  • Ovarian Cyst

    The complex cyst was also demonstrated by postnatal abdominal ultrasonography. Laparotomy revealed a large cystic mass with a torsed right ovary.[] A large abdominal mass was visible and palpable in the periumbilical and epigastric regions.[] Transverse plane of the right flank demonstrates an intra-abdominal complex cystic mass.[]

    Missing: Artefact - Patient Movement
  • Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

    The majority of patients present with right-upper-quadrant pain, often associated with an upper abdominal mass.[] Clinical presentations include postmenopausal bleeding, lower abdominal mass, chronic abdominal pain and menorrhagia.[] […] pelvic tenderness, rebound tenderness, lower abdominal/pelvic mass (in the setting of a tuboovarian abscess), cervical excitation tenderness on bimanual examination All women[]

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  • Ovarian Neoplasm

    Our patient is a 68-year-old woman who presented with an asymptomatic abdominal mass and uterine prolapse.[] On vaginal, abdominal, or rectal examination, a pelvic or abdominal mass may be detected in 88% of patients.[] A 63-yr-old, gravida 2, para 1, woman was referred to us with an abdominal mass.[]

    Missing: Artefact - Patient Movement
  • Metastatic Ovarian Carcinoma

    mass / pain / rectal bleeding / jaundice Diagnosis Final diagnosis by histology and immunohistochemistry Treatment Debulking surgery with or without chemotherapy Clinical[] It most commonly presents with a pelvic or abdominal mass that may be associated with pain.[] Most patients had abdominal pain and a pelvic mass. In 56%, the ovarian tumors and the large bowel carcinomas were discovered synchronously; 44% were metachronous.[]

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  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease Type 1

    Abdominal pain is more common in patients with Crohn disease, but an abdominal mass is discovered in fewer than 30% of patients.[] The aim of this study was to investigate whether patients with CD without rectal inflammation have abnormal anorectal function compared with healthy volunteers.[] Inspection and palpation of the abdomen may reveal abdominal mass secondary to obstruction or granuloma formation.[]

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  • Adenocarcinoma of the Ovary

    On physical examination, a large abdominal mass was palpable predominantly on left side extending above the umbilical region.[] Preoperative computer tomography (CT) of the abdomen and pelvis, and abdominal ultrasound (U/S) revealed an intra-abdominal three cm mass with solid components between the[] It most commonly presents with a pelvic or abdominal mass that may be associated with pain.[]

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  • Peritoneal Metastasis

    The abdominal mass was 26 x 17 x 12 cm in size, as determined by magnetic resonance imaging, and was diagnosed as a peritoneal relapse of GIST.[] Abstract Solid and papillary epithelial neoplasm of the pancreas is a low-grade malignant tumor, generally occurring as a slowly growing upper abdominal mass in a young female[] A 25-year-old Indian man presented with a large abdominal mass.[]

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  • Ovarian Adenoma

    masses (6).[] If not already performed in the past year, mammography and breast and digital rectal examinations should be done in all women with pelvic masses.[] Cystadenocarcinoma This middle aged female patient presented with abdominal mass extending from pelvis to above the umbilical region.[]

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  • Pelvic Actinomycosis

    Pelvic actinomycosis is uncommon, presenting most frequently as an abdominal mass and simulating advanced malignancy in female patients with a past history of intrauterine[] Presenting signs and symptoms were lower abdominal mass in 28 (85%); lower abdominal pain in 21 (63%); vaginal discharge or hematuria in 7 (22%).[] In a 46-year-old female, computed tomography showed an abdominal-pelvic retroperitoneal mass extending from the lower pole of the right kidney to the lower pelvis.[]

    Missing: Artefact - Patient Movement

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