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249 Possible Causes for Abdominal Rebound Tenderness, Acute Pancreatitis

  • Appendicitis

    Physical examination revealed an abdominal tenderness in the right lower quadrant without rebound tenderness or muscular tension.[] pancreatitis Issue 4 Volume 38 Australian Prescriber The diagnosis of acute pancreatitis requires the presence of at least two of the three diagnostic criteria characteristic[] In younger children, there are hallmark symptoms, manifesting as the following: Moderate to high fever Abdominal pain with distinct rebound tenderness Lowered or elevated[]

  • Perforated Peptic Ulcer

    A 54-year-old man visited our emergency department with severe upper abdominal pain. Physical examination revealed muscle guarding and rebound tenderness.[] Serious acute pancreatitis was considered by the authors as one of the diseases which must be distinguished from generalized peritonitis due to perforated peptic ulcer.[] Physical examination revealed muscle guarding and rebound tenderness.[]

  • Acute Peritonitis

    Abdominal Rebound tenderness with guarding May have referred pain to shoulder Rigid, distended abdomen Bowel sounds decrease to absent Acute Care Management Nursing Diagnosis[] pancreatitis, acute cholecystitis and acute uncomplicated diverticulitis.[] rebound tenderness/fever/tachycardia/abdominal rigidity What labs should be done in acute appendicitis WBC/chemistries/coagulations What is seen w/ WBC count in acute appendicitis[]

  • Small Bowel Obstruction

    Severe direct tenderness, involuntary guarding, abdominal rigidity, and rebound tenderness suggest advanced SBO, as do marked leukocytosis, neutrophilia, bandemia, and lactic[] pancreatitis This appearance is not diagnostic of intra-abdominal inflammation, but rather an occasional associated feature « Previous Top Next »[] For the higher lipase level, it indicated that patients in the surgery group have a relatively higher risk with acute pancreatitis than those in the observation group.[]

  • Acute Cholecystitis

    Abdominal examination revealed tenderness, mild muscle guarding with mild rebound in the epigastric region and right hypochondrium; the rest of the abdomen was soft and lax[] ACUTE PANCREATITIS 5.1.2. PERFORATED DUODENAL ULCER 5.1.3. PERFORATED PEPTIC ULCER 5.1.4. APPENDICITIS 5.2. Rare 5.2.1. ACUTE PYELONEPHRITIS 5.2.2. HEPATITIS 5.2.3.[] The physical examination may reveal fever, tachycardia, and tenderness in the RUQ or epigastric region, often with guarding or rebound.[]

  • Familial Mediterranean Fever

    Pain and tenderness are initially localized and then progress to become generalized. Abdominal guarding, rebound tenderness, rigidity, and an ileus are often present.[] Peritoneal signs of board-like rigidity of the abdominal muscles, rebound tenderness, and abdominal distension with loss of bowel sounds are common findings during attacks[] Appendicitis, intussusception, perforated peptic ulcer Hereditary angioedema Acute intermittent porphyria Relapsing pancreatitis Systemic lupus erythematosus and vasculitis[]

  • Duodenal Ulcer Perforation

    Physical examination revealed muscle guarding and rebound tenderness.[] pancreatitis.[] Generalized abdominal tenderness, rebound tenderness, board-like abdominal wall rigidity, and hypoactive bowel sounds (clinical signs of peritonitis) may be masked in older[]

  • Gastric Rupture

    She was admitted to the Emergency Room in poor general condition, with abdominal distension and rebound tenderness.[] Incidence, risk factors and clinical course of pancreatic fluid collections in acute pancreatitis. Dig Dis Sci 2014;59:1055-62. 5. Sharma V, Rana SS, Bhasin DK.[] Later symptoms include fever and or chills. [6] In any case, the abdomen becomes rigid with tenderness and rebound tenderness.[]

  • Progressive Familial Intrahepatic Cholestasis

    An 18-year-old male presented with a history of abdominal distension and jaundice for 2 months. He had abdominal tenderness but no rebounding pain.[] Thirty pancreatic insufficient cystic fibrosis (PI-CF) patients, thirty patients with acute pancreatitis (AP) and thirty healthy subjects (HS) served for the purpose of comparison[]

  • Colonoscopy

    Physical examination revealed an abdominal tenderness in the right lower quadrant without rebound tenderness or muscular tension.[] Acute pancreatitis is a common surgical presentation, frequently caused by gallstones and alcohol.[] This review presents the case of a female patient complaining of recurrent abdominal pain in the right lower quadrant, similar to the clinical symptoms of appendicitis.[]

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