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178 Possible Causes for Abdominal Pain, Acute Peritonitis, Hiccup

  • Liver Abscess

    Clinicians in Australia need to consider amoebiasis in the differential diagnosis in travellers returning with colitis, abdominal pain and fever.[] The following complications could arise from Pyogenic Liver Abscess: Rupture of Pyogenic Liver Abscess can be life-threatening, which can lead to acute peritonitis PLA can[] Results: A 84 year-old man with a refractory anemia with excess of blasts (13% in marrow) was admitted for high fever, hiccups and moderate pain at the right upper abdominal[]

  • Subphrenic Abscess

    One patient was readmitted 11 days after laparoscopic cholecystectomy with severe upper abdominal pain and a false aneurysm of a branch of the right hepatic artery.[] Complications, high mortality, early surgery to be drainage. basic knowledge Medicare disease: No Prevalence: 0.005% Susceptible people: patients with acute peritonitis or[] Presents with cough, increased respiratory rate with shallow respiration, diminished or absent breath sounds, hiccups, dullness in percussion, tenderness over the 8th–11th[]

  • Perforated Peptic Ulcer

    The presence of early postoperative complications is associated with time of onset of abdominal pain before admission, abdominal distension, blood type O positive and the[] All other cases of generalized peritonitis not traceable to acute peptic ulcer perforation were excluded from the study.[] […] acid reflux are: heartburn – a burning sensation in the middle of your chest an unpleasant sour taste in your mouth, caused by stomach acid You may also have: a cough or hiccups[]

  • Amebic Liver Abscess

    Common clinical symptoms were fever (93%) and abdominal pain (93%). Common signs were right upper quadrant tenderness (60%), hepatomegaly (67%).[] Acute peritonitis secondary to intra-abdominal rupture of an amebic liver abscess is an infrequent but serious complication of invasive amebiasis.[] […] abdomen; pain is intense, continuous or stabbing Cough Fever and chills Diarrhea (in only one-third of patients) General discomfort, uneasiness, or ill feeling ( malaise ) Hiccups[]

  • Perforated Viscus

    On physical examination, diffuse abdominal pain with rebounding tenderness was noted.[] The mortality of Candida peritonitis is very high, ranging from 20% - 70% [ 1 ]. Perforation of gastrointestinal ulcers is a common cause of acute peritonitis.[] Abdominal pain is a leading reason for emergency department visits. 1 Acute abdominal pain accounts for 40% of emergency surgical hospital admissions, and a large proportion[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Visceral hypersensitivity and abnormal coping are common in children with functional abdominal pain disorders (FAPDs).[] The patient’s final diagnosis was salmonellosis with perforated acute appendicitis and peritonitis.[] Video of the Day Acute gastritis is marked by the sudden onset of stomach pain, nausea, indigestion, heartburn, hiccups, decreased or absent appetite, passing dark stool and[]

  • Typhus

    The first patient is a 62 year old female who presented to the hospital with fever and body aches for 1 week and right upper quadrant abdominal pain for 3 days.[] Scrub typhus may have gastrointestinal presentations, such as acute acalculous cholecystitis, duodenal ulcer perforation, peritonitis and gastric ulceration.[] The onset was invariably abrupt and characterised by a purging diarrhoea and copious vomiting, which emptied the stomach and was followed by exhausting retching and hiccuping[]

  • Diverticular Abscess

    Abdominal CT scan is not always a definitive and absolute imaging modality for abdominal pain evaluation and cannot supplant clinical judgment in the evaluation of confusing[] ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code K65 K65 Peritonitis K65.0 Generalized (acute) peritonitis K65.1 Peritoneal abscess K65.2 Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis K65.3 Choleperitonitis[] […] tachycardia etc may also be present) Occasionally change in bowel habit (important to ask) Also ask about urinary symptoms (pelvic abscess) and chest symptoms (subphrenic) e.g. hiccuping[]

  • Cecal Adenocarcinoma

    Patients usually present with small bowel obstruction and abdominal pain in their sixth or seventh decade of life.[] Local examination revealed the classical clinical findings of acute appendicitis with severe local peritonitis.[] Her abdominal pain radiated to her cervical, thoracic, and lumbar back.[]

  • Acute Peritonitis

    The old man with sudden continuous abdominal pain resorted to the emergency room and treated for peritonitis associated with acute cholecystitis.[] Fifty patients were studied prospectively to determine the value of diagnostic peritoneal lavage in the evaluation of acute peritonitis.[] Reflex vomiting small amounts (regurgitation), a painful, prolonged hiccups, dry tongue, the cessation of peristalsis (at rest in the gut). Slow and voltage pulse.[]

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