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38 Possible Causes for Abdominal Pain, Doughy Skin, Failure to Thrive

  • Hypothyroidism

    Infants and children may present more often with lethargy and failure to thrive. Women who have hypothyroidism may present with menstrual irregularities and infertility.[] Abdominal pain and multiorgan dysfunction syndrome in a young woman.[] Pale, cool skin with rough, doughy texture. Enlarged heart. Megacolon/intestinal obstruction. Cerebellar ataxia. Psychosis. Encephalopathy.[]

  • Anemia

    Infants present with developmental delay, failure to thrive, lethargy, poor feeding, mental retardation, seizures, listlessness, irritability, ataxia, hyporeflexia, hypotonia[] You may have stomach pain or abdominal cramping with your bowel movements.[] , hair, and nail changes are seen in hypothyroidism: Pale, cool, and thick or "doughy" skin Dry, brittle hair, and hair loss, especially near the outer edge of the eyebrows[]

  • Pyloric Stenosis

    Abstract We report a newborn with fetal alcohol syndrome with severe feeding intolerance and failure to thrive due to pyloric stenosis.[] She was referred for abdominal pain, fever, weight loss and eosinophilia.[] […] of the skin on the belly and upper parts of the arms and legs.[]

  • Pernicious Anemia

    We report case of an infant who presented with failure to thrive and developmental delay at 4 months of age.[] Our case also underscores the need to (1) consider portomesenteric thrombosis in the differential diagnosis of epigastric abdominal pain, (2) perform a complete thrombotic[] The increasing pallor changing to a lemon-tint, with waxy skin, the inelastic, doughy tissues, the absence of emaciation, the tired, wearied condition of the patient on the[]

  • Vomiting

    […] to thrive in infants mood changes or feeling annoyed or impatient slowed growth and short height weight loss Celiac disease in children may lead to weight loss.[] Abdominal ultrasound of a 28-year-old man with chronic abdominal pain and vomiting demonstrates a dilated aperistaltic distal esophagus, which was confirmed on follow-up esophagram[] skin (especially on the belly and upper arms and legs) inactivity or decreased alertness excessive sleepiness or disorientation deep, rapid breathing fast or weakened pulse[]

  • Aortic Dissection

    Infants and children often suffer from failure to thrive and constipation, which can also be found with other connective tissue disorders ( 12, 29 ).[] Abstract A 52-year-old man presented with sudden abdominal pain and intermittent vomiting.[] The patient had no chest/abdominal pain and was tolerating the medicine well during his 2-week follow-up. Acute aortic dissection can be a fatal clinical emergency.[]

  • Erythroderma Desquamativum

    […] to thrive .[] Urticaria may be accompanied by systemic manifestations such as asthma, abdominal cramps, joint pain and severe laryngeal edema.[] Infants are prone to urticaria, flushing, and diarrhea, and may develop bullae at sites of skin friction.[]

  • Dehydration

    Transitional care factors associated with potentially preventable conditions such as dehydration and failure to thrive (FTT) may play a significant role in readmission after[] The common symptoms of all patients were vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain and malaise, although fever was seen mostly in the patients of rotavirus.[] If the following signs of severe dehydration develop: Sunken eyes Little or no urine for eight hours Skin that is doughy or doesn't bounce back when pinched Low blood pressure[]

  • Recurrent Neisseria Infections due to Factor D Deficiency

    This disorder is characterized by severe opportunistic infections, or by chronic diarrhea and failure to thrive in infancy.[] Edema of the bowel wall can occur and is typified by self-limited severe abdominal pain, guarding (without fever), abdominal rigidity, vomiting, diarrhea, and leukocytosis[] skin 4) Defective cell-mediate immunity Infections in cartilage hair hypoplasia syndrome VZV / HSV and respiratory tract leading to bronchiectasis Mutaiton in cartilage hair[]

  • Cutis Laxa

    […] to thrive, developmental delay, dysmorphism, osseous abnormality, and CNS manifestations.[] […] trauma and/or joint injury or pain; exposure to respiratory infections.[] The vascular findings occur in combination with soft/doughy skin and other evidence of a generalized connective tissue disorder including skeletal findings (scoliosis, pectus[]

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