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213 Possible Causes for Abdominal Pain, Pelvic Hematoma

  • Ectopic Pregnancy

    Splenic ectopic pregnancies are a rare cause of abdominal pain in reproductive-age women.[] A 34-year-old patient with a history of subtotal hysterectomy for postpartum hemorrhage consulted for acute abdominal pain.[] A 25-year-old African woman was referred to our clinic with 6 weeks' delay of menstruation, frequent increasing abdominal pain and 3 days of vaginal bleeding.[]

  • Urinary Tract Obstruction

    A 58-year-old man complained of right lower abdominal pain with hematuria for 3 hours after flexible ureteroscopy, combined with holmium laser lithotripsy of right renal calculi[] hematoma, and worsen pelvic bleeding.[] Abdominal pain and/or swelling Prostate enlargement (in men), which may be benign or malignant Stones (can be in the kidneys, ureter, or bladder) Tumors (can be anywhere;[]

  • Traumatic Rupture of the Bladder

    The patient presented with history of voiding difficulty a few days prior to her acute presentation with abdominal pain.[] Violation of a pelvic hematoma during surgery may result in severe hemorrhage.[] Additionally, the bladder may assume a teardrop shape secondary to compression from a pelvic hematoma.[]

  • Pelvic Hematoma

    Spontaneous abdominal wall hematomas are an uncommon cause of acute abdominal pain and are often misdiagnosed.[] Obstructive uropathy is a very rare but possible example of complication secondary to an extensive pelvic hematoma.[] hematoma, and (4) recognize common complications resulting from a pelvic hematoma.[]

  • Penetrating Abdominal Trauma

    Ten years after injury, 16 patients had no problems, whereas 3 reported occasional abdominal pain.[] […] diffuse abdominal pain.[] For information on abdominal trauma in children, please go to the Assessment of abdominal pain in children topic.[]

  • Leaking Aortic Aneurysm

    Any patient who has acute abdominal pain and sudden illness should be presumed to have abdominal aortic aneurysm until proved otherwise.[] Case presentation An 80-year-old British Caucasian man with a known abdominal aortic aneurysm was brought to the Accident and Emergency department in acute abdominal pain.[] Sometimes the growth itself can cause abdominal pain. Many patients get a CT scan after having abdominal pain, but a CT scan may not show anything unusual.[]

  • Splenic Cyst

    They presented with abdominal pain, fever, and non-bilious vomiting. In both cases the cyst was diagnosed by means of computer tomography and ultrasonography.[] No evidence of pelvic hematoma or fluid collection to indicate an abscess. Adnexal regions are within normal limits. There are no enlarged lymph nodes.[] The child presented with features of intermittent abdominal pain, constipation and clinical examination revealed a mass apparently rising out of the pelvis.[]

  • Abdominal Wall Hematoma

    Spontaneous abdominal wall hematomas are an uncommon cause of acute abdominal pain and are often misdiagnosed.[] Some causes of hematomas are as pelvic bone fractures , fingernail injuries (subungual), bumps , passing blood clots , blood clot in the leg ( DVT ), blood cancers , and excessive[] Abstract Rectus sheath hematoma is an uncommon and often clinically misdiagnosed cause of abdominal pain.[]

  • Low Molecular Weight Heparin

    Pelvic hematoma resulting from low molecular weight heparin Low molecular weight heparin may cause heparin induced thrombocytopenia (HIT), however this is 10 times less common[] A 53-year-old man with nephrotic syndrome developed persistent mild abdominal pain for 3 days.[] A 69-year-old woman with splenic marginal-zone lymphoma was admitted with progressive abdominal pain and splenomegaly as the suspected cause of pain.[]

  • Endometritis

    Symptoms include lower abdominal pain, fever and abnormal vaginal bleeding or discharge.[] An improperly treated infection can give rise to complications like peritonitis, pelvic abscess, and pelvic hematoma.[] In this article, we discuss a rare case of a 40-year-old Nigerian female presenting with abdominal pain, distension and secondary amenorrhea, and show that a high clinical[]

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