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212 Possible Causes for Abdominal Pain, Ketosis, Sudden Death

  • Diabetic Ketotic Coma

    Occasionally, sudden death during sleep may occur in otherwise healthy young patients with type 1 diabetes (dead-in-bed syndrome).[] pain Mental confusion, DehydrationComa Lab Investigations Plasma glucose Serum Urea Serum creatinine Serum ketones Serum electrolytes Plasma Osmolality Urine analysis (ketones[] During ketosis, ketones can easily be detected in the urine.[]

  • Alcoholic Ketoacidosis

    , proposing the term ketoalcoholic death. 8 Thomsen subsequently reported ketoalcoholic deaths in 7% of sudden deaths in alcoholic patients in a prospective series. 9 Similarly[] pain.[] A diet very low in carbohydrates (such as bread) can lead to ketosis.[]

  • Chronic Alcoholism

    death of traumatic or neurological origin.[] Pain and Hematochezia Bridging the Gap Challenge Yourself Interactive Medical Cases Image Challenge Videos in Clinical Medicine View all learning/CME Other NEJM Group Learning[] The increased NADH levels favours accumulation of hydroxyl butyrate thus leading to ketosis [ 17 ] . 5.[]

  • Diabetic Ketoacidosis

    A sudden drop in pH can cause significant damage to organ systems and even death.[] Abdominal pain induced by a metabolic disorder should also be considered.[] This particular presentation of diabetes has been termed as ketosis-prone type 2 diabetes (KPDM) or atypical diabetes.[]

  • Salicylate Poisoning

    […] cause seizures, cerebral oedema and death.[] Abstract An 81-year-old woman with unintentional salicylate intoxication presented with features of sepsis, abdominal pain, and tenderness.[] Intoxication is characterized by rapid breathing, vomiting, headache, irritability, ketosis, hypoglycemia, and, in severe cases, seizures and respiratory failure. salicylate[]

  • Epilepsy

    Ferraz , Sudden unexpected death in Parkinson's disease: Perspectives on what we have learned about sudden unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP) , Epilepsy & Behavior , 10.1016[] More severe liver injury can cause nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, fatigue, anorexia, jaundice and/or dark urine.[] RESULTS: By 1 month, 84% of patients achieved ketosis (median of 4-4.5 days).[]

  • Diabetes Mellitus

    (sudden death or death from myocardial infarction, stroke, peripheral vascular disease, renal disease, hyperglycemia, or hypoglycemia), death from any cause, myocardial infarction[] 681 5.6 2 180 1.5 5 501 4.1 1 Congestive heart failure 395 3.3 3 338 2.8 2 58 0.5 - Abdominal pain 384 3.2 4 30 0.2 - 355 2.9 3 Urinary tract infection 345 2.8 5 148 1.2[] "Essential labile diabetes" is an insulin-dependent diabetes, in the course of which irregular and unpredictable hyperglycemias, frequently with ketosis, and sometimes serious[]

  • Acidosis

    A failure of this reflex can be fatal, for example as a contributory factor in sudden infant death syndrome . [3] Hypercapnia is the opposite of hypocapnia , the state of[] If it begins to build up in the blood, symptoms include general stomach symptoms such as nausea (feeling sick), vomiting , bloating, abdominal pain and lack of appetite, as[] Synonyms Acidosis, metabolic Alcohol induced ketoacidosis Alcoholic ketoacidosis Ketoacidosis due to acute alcohol intoxication Ketoacidosis due to acute alcoholic intoxication Ketosis[]

  • Propionic Acidemia

    There was no family history of sudden death or heart disease. The findings of the physical examination and echocardiogram were normal.[] Some symptoms of inherited metabolic disorders include: Lethargy Poor appetite Abdominal pain Vomiting Weight loss Jaundice Failure to gain weight or grow Developmental delay[] The findings of elevated glycine levels associated with ketosis prompted the diagnosis of propionic acidemia.[]

  • Hypertriglyceridemia

    . • Sudden death or a history of a myocardial infarction in a paternal or male relative before age 55• Uncontrolled hypertension or present use of antihypertensive medicationsIf[] KEYWORDS: Type 2 diabetes mellitus; abdominal pain; amylase activity; diabetic ketoacidosis; hypertriglyceridemia; pancreatitis[] RATIONALE: Pregnant women are more prone to ketosis due to the relative insulin resistance, accelerated lipolysis and increased free fatty acids.[]

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