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33 Possible Causes for Abdominal Pain, Painful Erection, Splenic Infarction

  • Sickle Cell Crisis

    Splenic infarction and subsequent functional asplenia tend to occur early in the disease. The hepatobiliary and renal systems are also commonly involved.[] In boys, an erection that doesn't go away Pain that does not go away with treatment Abnormal speech, weakness in arms or legs, or uneven face that may mean a stroke Treatment[] Abdominal pain is quite common in sickle cell crisis, although the cause of abdominal pain is seldom determined and remains controversial.[]

  • Sickle Cell Disease

    Massive splenic infarction (MSI) is a rare complication of sickle cell disease, as the spleen generally atrophies within the first few years of life.[] erections.[] pain 2 weeks later and subsequently tested positive for Plasmodium falciparum.[]

  • Myeloproliferative Disease

    infarction and perisplenitis Clinical symptoms can include the following: Pallor (except in patients with polycythemia vera) Plethora secondary to polycythemia Petechiae[] […] and swelling of the joints Ringing in the ears Prolonged penile erection Complications include: Heart attack Stroke Infection Hemorrhage Anemia Kidney failure Liver failure[] When anemia develops, it can cause fatigue, weakness, and abdominal pain from an enlarged spleen. Myelofibrosis can occur by itself or with other blood disorders.[]

  • Chronic Myeloid Leukemia

    Splenectomy may be done for palliation in patients with late stage CML complaining of pain and discomfort due to the enlarged spleen and splenic infarcts.[] Abstract Priapism is a painful medical condition in which the erect penis does not return to its flaccid state, despite the absence of both physical and psychological stimulation[] Approximately 5 months after the initiation of nilotinib for CML, he developed upper abdominal distension with intermitting abdominal pain, and based on abdominal computed[]

  • Gastric Ulcer

    […] of a splenic infarction may provide a diagnostic clue.[] Plain radiograph Abdominal films have little role in the setting of vague/chronic upper abdominal pain, and have a very low yield.[] This patient's abdominal pain was initially thought to be attributable to a lower digestive tract process and her anemia was insidious in onset but progressive.[]

  • Spleen Disease

    Painful erection of the penis, called priapism, can last less than 2 hours or more than 4 hours.[] The splenic infarction can be partial or complete.[] Andley M, Basu S, Chibber P, Internal herniation of wandering spleen/a rare cause of recurrent abdominal pain. Int Surg. 2000;85:322-24.[]

  • Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria

    infarction and rupture requiring splenectomy while on anticoagulation therapy for the hepatic thromboses.[] Have pale or yellowish skin Bruise easily Men may have trouble getting or keeping an erection Continued The symptoms of blood clots depend on where the clot happens: Skin[] INTRODUCTION: Abdominal pain in PNH has never been investigated by in-vivo imaging studies.[]

  • Spigelian Hernia

    (MI), angina pectoris • Splenic: splenomegaly, ruptured spleen, splenic abscess, splenic infarction • Renal: calculi, pyelonephritis, neoplasm • Pulmonary: pneumonia, empyema[] , the self-defence mechanism kicks in and prevents the pain by reducing the erection.[] The clinical features are variable and very often they are diagnosed incidentally during abdominal exploration for persistent abdominal pain.[]

  • Sigmoid Volvulus

    […] allowing the spleen to be mobile within the abdomen.The wandering spleen can lead to torsion and subsequent splenic infarction or rupture.[] Figure 17c Figure 18 “Northern exposure” sign in a 52-year-old man with abdominal pain.[] Patient 2, an 11-year-old boy, presented with abdominal pain, abdominal distention, and bloody mucoid stool.[]

  • Diverticular Abscess

    An abdominal X-ray may be helpful to rule out other colonic causes of abdominal pain and, if perforation is considered, an erect chest X-ray is useful.[] infarction, abdominal aortic aneurysm, and occult tumors causing obstruction or carcinomatosis.[] A 59-year-old woman with left lower abdominal pain and fever was admitted to our hospital. Abdominal computed tomography revealed diverticulitis with abscess formation.[]

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