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223 Possible Causes for Abdominal Wall Edema, Sacral Edema

  • Chronic Right-Sided Congestive Heart Failure

    Abdominal ultrasonography revealed liver parenchymal echo thickening; widening of the hepatic vein, the right hepatic vein, and the inferior vena cava; gallbladder wall edema[omicsonline.org] As a result, there will be peripheral edema, swelling in foot and ankle in people who are mostly standing and sacral edema in people who are lying down.[newhealthadvisor.com] , sacral edema, ascites and/or anasarca Various manifestations of increased hydrostatic venous pressures Hepatosplenomegaly ( /- right upper quadrant pain) Portal and splenic[pathophys.org]

  • Heart Failure

    […] who are standing up, and sacral edema in people who are predominantly lying down).[en.wikipedia.org] Peripheral edemas ( ankle, lower leg, in patients confined to bed also sacral anasarca, pleural effusion, ascites, weight gain) 7.2 Causal diagnostics Coronary artery disease[flexikon.doccheck.com] This causes swelling under the skin (termed peripheral edema or anasarca) and usually affects the dependent parts of the body first (causing foot and ankle swelling in people[en.wikipedia.org]

  • Anasarca

    Over the past 6 months he gained 30 lbs with worsening lower extremity, abdominal wall, and scrotal edema.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] who are standing up, and sacral edema in people who are predominantly lying down).[diki.pl] Examination revealed generalized pitting edema extending from both lower extremities to the sacrum, abdominal, and thoracic wall, with scrotal swelling and upper extremity[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Ascites

    Cirrhosis - muscle mass loss, icteric sclera, spider angioma, palmar erythema, pedal edema, gynecomastia, prominent abdominal wall veins (caput medusae), palpable firm liver[clinicaladvisor.com] Approximately 1,500 mL of fluid must be present to detect dullness. 205 In supine patients, sacral edema is an important clue.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Massive ascites causes tautness of the abdominal wall and flattening of the umbilicus.[merckmanuals.com]

  • Malignant Ascites

    Malignant ascites is a very serious and difficult to manage problem in the cancer patient. It is a sign of late stage disease and treatment is mainly palliative. Therefore the treatment should produce minimal discomfort and have few side effects. Numerous methods for managing the problem have been attempted, but[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: Sacral Edema
  • Nephrotic Syndrome

    . • Some present with scrotal,labial edema n respiratory compromise.rarely there is diarrhoea secondary to edema of the bowel wall • Occasionlly,NS presents critically ill[slideshare.net] […] due to peritonitis,bacretemia,pneumonia or rarely due to thrombotic episode • Some may have hypotensive symptoms like abdominal pain,persistent vomiting,dizziness and cold[slideshare.net]

    Missing: Sacral Edema
  • Hodgkin's Disease

    Adenocarcinoma is the most frequent pathological type of stomach cancer. Hodgkin's lymphoma is a lymphoproliferative disease arising from lymphoid tissue which is characterized by Reed-Sternberg cells. Synchronous occurrence of these two malignancies has not been reported in the English literature so far. Here we[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: Abdominal Wall Edema
  • Inferior Vena Cava Syndrome

    In addition, if the thrombus is confined to the cava and does not involve the iliac or femoral system, the collateral pathways form along the posterior abdominal wall.[emedicine.medscape.com] In one study, almost 60% of patients did not have bilateral leg edema.[emedicine.medscape.com]

    Missing: Sacral Edema
  • Inferior Vena Cava Plication

    This book has been prompted by recent advances in the safe prevention of thromboembolism by subcutaneous heparin prophy laxis, in particular postoperativt ly. It has been correctly called by S. Sherry a major breakthrough in medicine. Although thrombo embolism was first recognized by Laennec in 1819 and defined[…][books.google.de]

    Missing: Sacral Edema
  • Water Intoxication

    A 31-year-old woman with untreated chronic schizophrenia developed extreme polydipsia which rapidly led to coma and death due to cerebral edema. Hyponatremia (120 mEq/liter) and serum hypo-osmolality (260 mOsm/kg) were associated with marked polyuria (up to 1850 ml/hour) and appropriately low urinary osmolality (90[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: Sacral Edema

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