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7,875 Possible Causes for Abdominal Pain, Ceruloplasmin Increased, Liver Biopsy showing Periportal Necrosis

  • Viral Hepatitis

    Besides features of viral hepatitis, the presence of typical abdominal pain, high serum amylase, and ultrasound or CT scan features suggested the diagnosis of acute pancreatitis[] With Wilson disease, the binding and excretion processes do not work properly, resulting in decreased concentrations of ceruloplasmin in the blood but increased concentrations[] She was admitted to our hospital with fever, jaundice and abdominal pain. Hepatic and pancreatic enzymes were elevated.[]

  • Hepatitis B

    Hepatitis B Electron micrograph of hepatitis B virus Specialty Infectious disease, gastroenterology Symptoms None, yellowish skin, tiredness, dark urine, abdominal pain Classification[] After ten days of TDF administration, nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain developed.[] As symptoms of abdominal pain and jaundice were presented on the fifth day, he re-admitted. The patient expired because of hepatorenal and cardiac insufficiency.[]

  • Hepatitis A

    Infectious hepatitis A case of jaundice caused by hepatitis A Specialty Infectious disease, gastroenterology Symptoms Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, dark urine, jaundice, fever, abdominal[] She was admitted to our hospital with fever, jaundice and abdominal pain. Hepatic and pancreatic enzymes were elevated.[] One week later patient's condition worsened, she was jaundiced, with persistent vomiting and looked acutely ill and uncomfortable with severe steady abdominal pain mainly[]

  • Massive Hepatic Necrosis

    A, intraoperative (POD 0) wedge biopsy of the native liver showed massive hepatic necrosis and periportal ductular structure (HE, 200 ).[] Case Report A healthy, 30-year-old woman at 32 weeks gestation presented to the emergency department with sudden-onset headache and abdominal pain.[] Metabolic Disorders Wilson’s Disease Diagnosis: Decreased serum ceruloplasmin Increased hepatic copper content ( 250 ug/gram dry weight) Increased urinary copper excretion[]

  • Primary Biliary Cirrhosis

    Liver biopsy showed lymphocytic and plasmacytic infiltration in the portal and periportal areas, with numerous areas of bridging centrilobular necrosis, indicating AIH.[] At 45 years of age, the patient complained of bloody diarrhea and abdominal pain, and she was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis by colonoscopy and histological examination[] A 65-year-old male was admitted to our hospital with jaundice, pruritus, mild abdominal pain and darkening urine.[]

  • Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis

    A 39-year-old man presented with diarrhea and abdominal pain.[] He had suffered from repeated abdominal pain and cholangitis for 3 years.[] We report the case of an 84-year-old Asian woman with a long history of CREST who was admitted with abdominal pain, fatigue and progressive derangement of her liver enzymes[]

    Missing: Ceruloplasmin Increased
  • Chronic Pyelonephritis

    Pyelonephritis can cause abdominal pain and tenderness, fever, nausea, confusion, fatigue, and an accelerated heart rate, all of which start to develop one to two days after[] Some patients have fever, flank or abdominal pain, malaise, or anorexia. In XPN, a unilateral mass can usually be palpated.[]

    Missing: Liver Biopsy showing Periportal Necrosis
  • Gastric Adenocarcinoma

    Abdominal pain is a frequent complaint in the pediatric emergency department.[] A 12-year-old boy was admitted to the hospital with complaint of abdominal pain. X-ray revealed free air density below the diaphragm.[] This 65-year-old patient was admitted with nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain, in addition to loss of weight (13 Kg in 3 months).[]

    Missing: Liver Biopsy showing Periportal Necrosis
  • Diffuse Scleroderma

    Other digestive symptoms include bloating, constipation, lower abdominal pain or difficulty controlling bowel movements. Lungs.[] When scleroderma involves the esophagus, it can cause a feeling of fullness or burning pain (heartburn) in the upper abdomen or behind the breastbone, together with difficulty[]

    Missing: Liver Biopsy showing Periportal Necrosis
  • Familial Mediterranean Fever

    Chronic abdominal pain sometimes constitute a major challenge, specially when a patient has two diseases with dominant features of abdominal pain in both.[] A 38-year-old man had abdominal pain and fever since the age of 30 years.[] Additionally, 76% of healthy controls reported having abdominal pain consistent most probably with dysmenorrhea.[]

    Missing: Liver Biopsy showing Periportal Necrosis

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