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397 Possible Causes for Abdominal Mass, Dyspepsia, Rectal Bleeding

  • Constipation

    An innovative nursing care protocol is combined with FMT, with a view to improving the clinical symptoms and quality of life of patients with intractable functional dyspepsia[] He was found to have a large abdominal mass that was determined to be a myxoid liposarcoma.[] Diagnosis of primary chronic constipation involves a multistep process initiated by the exclusion of 'alarm' features (for example, unintentional weight loss or rectal bleeding[]

  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease Type 1

    SE Shim, Milan Bassan, Jamshid S Kalantar, Martin D Weltman, Michael Jones, Nicholas Powell and Nicholas J Talley, Duodenal eosinophilia and early satiety in functional dyspepsia[] Abdominal pain is more common in patients with Crohn disease, but an abdominal mass is discovered in fewer than 30% of patients.[] Concomitant hematochezia may be misinterpreted as originating from an anal fissure caused by constipation, or as other causes of rectal bleeding such as a juvenile polyp[[]

  • Cecal Adenocarcinoma

    Case presentation A 83-year-old man was admitted to our hospital in August 2009 with a recent history of dyspnea, cough and dyspepsia.[] A 41-year-old male patient was admitted because of a palpable abdominal mass.[] Left: Nearly obstructing carcinoma in this 86 year-old man with rectal bleeding and anemia.[]

  • Adenocarcinoma of the Colon

    mass Strep. bovis endocarditis systemic symptoms (malaise, fatigue, weight loss ) Physical exam palpable mass on rectal exam (if large enough) Evaluation Barium enema X-ray[] Rectal tumors may cause pain, bleeding, and a feeling of incomplete evacuation.[] No other abdominal masses were seen.[]

  • Cholecystitis

    Flatulent dyspepsia: Diagnosis: Ultrasonography is usually the only investigation needed to show gallstones.[] On physical examination, he presented fatigue, diffuse abdominal pain to superficial and deep palpation, and no abdominal masses or signs of peritoneal irritation.[] (colicky RUQ pain ) Especially postprandial May radiate to the epigastrium, right shoulder, and back ( referred pain ) Nausea , vomiting , feelings of satiety Bloating , dyspepsia[]

  • Malignant Gastric Neoplasm

    The prevalence of clinically significant endoscopic findings in primary care patients with uninvestigated dyspepsia: the Canadian Adult Dyspepsia Empiric Treatment - Prompt[] In early stages it presents with non-specific and vague symptoms, in advanced stages it may cause nausea and vomiting, dysphagia, loss of appetite, abdominal mass or weight[] Physical exam The most common finding in advanced cases is palpable abdominal mass, which may be accompanied by succussion splash and hepatomegaly.[]

  • Intestinal Obstruction

    […] cholecystitis & biliary colic Peptic ulcer disease Small bowel obstruction Gynaecological disorders Acute pancreatitis Renal & ureteric colic Malignant disease Acute diverticulitis Dyspepsia[] Some individuals may have a palpable abdominal mass and affected individuals may develop small bowel obstruction or acute abdomen.[] Patient may also experience rapid breathing and pulse during cramps Rectal bleeding is experienced by patients if the obstruction is caused by a colon tumour How Intestinal[]

  • Gastritis

    Gastritis, also called dyspepsia, is an inflammation of the lining of the stomach.[] The tip of his spleen was palpable just below the left costal margin without evidence of hepatomegaly, ascites or abdominal masses.[] If the illness is severe, one may suffer rectal bleeding or mucous discharge from the rectum,” Doctor Arnon said. Incubation periods vary. It can be 1-2 weeks.[]

  • Metastatic Ovarian Carcinoma

    Early symptoms (eg, dyspepsia, bloating, early satiety, gas pains, backache) are nonspecific.[] mass / pain / rectal bleeding / jaundice Diagnosis Final diagnosis by histology and immunohistochemistry Treatment Debulking surgery with or without chemotherapy Clinical[] Early symptoms are often vague, such as abdominal discomfort, abdominal distension or bloating, urinary frequency or dyspepsia.[]

  • Colon Carcinoma

    Case Report A 35-year-old male presented with a 3-month history of intermittent abdominal pain, weight loss, dyspepsia, intermittent fever, and nausea.[] Pregnant women with suspicious abdominal mass should be evaluated for a possible colorectal carcinoma even in the absence of any other gastrointestinal symptoms associated[] A 69-year-old man presented with rectal bleeding. Colonoscopy revealed a rectal tumor, whereas biopsy specimens revealed a poorly differentiated carcinoma.[]

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