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3,970 Possible Causes for Abdominal Pain Worsens with Movement, Pallor, Pelvic Hematoma

  • Ectopic Pregnancy

    pain, usually in the lower abdomen (it often begins as a dull ache that progresses to spasms and cramps); pain may be continual or intermittent, and it may worsen with movement[] There were 87.8% patients was had pallor, 9.4% were admitted with features of shock. Cervical motion tenderness (82.2%) was the most frequent sign.[] Pallor. Abdominal distension. Enlarged uterus. Tachycardia and/or hypotension. Shock or collapse.[]

  • Splenic Rupture

    Pain in the upper left abdominal quadrant, hypotension, pallor, tachycardia and abdominal distention are main symptoms.[] Following the CT, the radiologist immediately called with preliminary results concerning for splenic laceration and hematoma with hemorrhagic abdominal and pelvic ascites[] In the presence of severe anemia with pallor and abdominal distension, particularly in the context of a difficult birth, an abdominal ultrasound must be urgently performed[]

  • Hemoperitoneum

    Significant findings on clinical examination were marked pallor, gross abdominal distension with doughy feel, and forniceal fullness on vaginal examination.[] Do not explore pelvic hematomas. Use external fixation of pelvic fractures to reduce or stop blood loss in this region.[] The general examination was normal except for pallor, and his hemodynamic parameters were stable with a blood pressure of 110/80 mmHg, pulse of 70/min, and O2 saturation of[]

  • Leaking Aortic Aneurysm

    In less serious cases, it might cause numbness, weakness, tingling, pallor, or coldness in an arm or leg, loss of sensation, light-headedness, or localized pain.[]

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  • Acute Peritonitis

    pain, which is worsened by any movement.[] […] temperature, tachycardia, tachypnoea with hypotension suggest systemic inflammatory response syndrome and in post laparotomy patient mostly due to peritonitis Poor nourishment, pallor[] pain , which is worsened by any movement.[]

    Missing: Pelvic Hematoma
  • Volvulus

    abdominal pain.[] Figure 4: Axial CT scan of pelvic objectifying moderately abundant hemoperitoneum at the Dougla’s pouch.[] He reported that prior to the occurrence of abdominal pain, he had one loose bowel movement—but no loose bowel movements since. He denied any nausea or vomiting.[]

  • Meniere's Disease

    Other symptoms may include: Headaches Abdominal pain Nausea Diarrhea Uncontrollable eye movements You should see your doctor if you have any of these symptoms.[] Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, pallor, and sweating may all accompany an acute attack.[] Hearing loss can recover between attacks, but it will permanently worsen over time. Ringing in the ear.[]

    Missing: Pelvic Hematoma
  • Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage

    Call your healthcare provider if you have new or worsening: Abdominal bloating Abdominal cramps or pain Acid indigestion Black, tarry bowel movements Change in bowel habits[] Seek immediate medical care (call 911) for serious symptoms, pale skin or pallor and difficulty breathing, severe abdominal pain , vomiting blood or black material, or change[] […] may be shallow, eroded areas in the wall of the intestine, along with some bleeding Clinical shock: restlessness, acute hypotension, tachycardia, thready peripheral pulse, pallor[]

    Missing: Pelvic Hematoma
  • Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding

    Call your healthcare provider if you have new or worsening: Abdominal bloating Abdominal cramps or pain Acid indigestion Black, tarry bowel movements Change in bowel habits[] A secondary aim is to look for signs of underlying disease and significant comorbid conditions - for example: Pallor and signs of anaemia should be sought.[] Classification of haemorrhagic shock 1 Examination Inspect: Pallor suggests significant anaemia Jugular venous pressure: reduced in hypovolaemia, but often difficult to assess[]

    Missing: Pelvic Hematoma
  • Retroperitoneal Hemorrhage

    The pain was associated with sweating, dizziness, pallor, and dyspnoea. He has no history of trauma, drug use, or other chronic diseases.[] Contrast computed tomography (CT) revealed an extensive abdominal-pelvic, retroperitoneal hematoma extending approximately 15 cm in length from above L5 cephalad to below[] She was in hypotension with severe pallor. Patient was initially resuscitated with intravenous (IV) fluids, and then two units of blood as her hemoglobin (Hb) was 6 g%.[]

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