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117 Possible Causes for Abdominal Rebound Tenderness, Left Lower Quadrant Pain

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Pain radiation: Does the pain radiate to the back, to the right lower quadrant, or to the left side? Serious conditions can masquerade as GI symptoms.[] Patients with gastroenteritis should not have rebound tenderness, guarding, distention, bulges, pinpoint pain, or a board-like abdomen. 13 Duration: Acute infectious gastroenteritis[] Sometimes, myocardial infarction can appear as dyspepsia and epigastric pain. In children, abdominal pain may be the only presenting feature in pneumonia.[]

  • Diverticular Abscess

    Patient History A 73 year-old female presented to the emergency room with a 5-day history of left lower quadrant pain, fever and leukocytosis.[] Per abdominal examination revealed a tender mass of 6 5 cm in the right lumbar and iliac regions with guarding but no rigidity and rebound tenderness.[] lower quadrant pain and fever for 1 day.[]

  • Appendicitis

    Although typically presenting as right lower-quadrant pain, in rare cases it may present as left upper-quadrant pain secondary to abnormal position due to intestinal malrotation[] Physical examination revealed an abdominal tenderness in the right lower quadrant without rebound tenderness or muscular tension.[] Rovsing Sign: Right lower quadrant pain with left lower quadrant palpation is a sign of referred pain from appendicitis as the innervation of the intestine does not localize[]

  • 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[] The majority of patients with FMF (95%) experience abdominal pain, which often seems remarkably similar to an acute abdomen by both history and physical examination.[]

  • Ovarian Cyst

    […] bowel movements Pain during sexual intercourse (dyspareunia) Pain in the lower right or left quadrant of the abdomen on one side Nausea and vomiting There are many causes[] A 10-year-old premenarchal girl was admitted to our hospital with moderate abdominal pain, although presenting no vomiting or abdominal rebound tenderness.[] Physical exam should pay careful attention to the patient's tanner stage, the abdominal exam for palpable masses, tenderness and/or rebound, the skin exam for cafe-au-lait[]

  • Acute Cholecystitis

    Ultrasonography is recommended to assess right upper quadrant pain but computed tomography is recommended for right and left lower quadrant pain.[] 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[] The physical examination may reveal fever, tachycardia, and tenderness in the RUQ or epigastric region, often with guarding or rebound.[]

  • Pelvic Pain

    A 30-year-old woman who was seen with severe left lower quadrant pain 4 months after elective sterilization with an Essure device placed under local anesthesia.[] tenderness R10.825 Periumbilic rebound abdominal tenderness R10.826 Epigastric rebound abdominal tenderness R10.827 Generalized rebound abdominal tenderness R10.829 …… unspecified[] , pelvic pain, cramping and left lower quadrant pain.[]

  • Pelvic Pain in Women

    , pelvic pain, cramping and left lower quadrant pain.[] rebound tenderness 2.5 0.8 12 4 45 21 Fever 1.3 0.8 6 4 30 21 Leukocyte count 10,500 per mm 3 (10.50 10 9 per L) 1.3 0.9 6 5 30 23 Erythrocyte sedimentation rate 15 mm per[] Pain localized to other parts of lower abdomen R10.30 Lower abdominal pain, unspecified R10.31 Right lower quadrant pain R10.32 Left lower quadrant pain R10.33 Periumbilical[]

  • Kikuchi-Fujimoto Disease

    A 19-year-old man was brought to our clinic with complaints of fever, headache, fatigue, and left lower quadrant pain that had persisted for 3 weeks.[] A 29-year-old Japanese man developed fever, nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, right lower quadrant abdominal pain and rebound tenderness.[] Meningitis was suspected based on a cerebrospinal fluid examination, and left-sided orchitis was diagnosed based on findings from magnetic resonance imaging and ultrasonography[]

  • Sigmoid Volvulus

    The physical examination revealed hypoactive bowel sounds and diffuse abdominal tenderness with rebound; there was no fever, abdominal rigidity, or guarding.[] An 87-year-old man with Parkinson's disease presented with a 7-day history of progressive abdominal distention and constipation.[] ., and Chiao-Hsiung Chuang, M.D. 3 Citing Articles An 87-year-old man with Parkinson's disease presented with a 7-day history of progressive abdominal distention and constipation[]

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