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1,862 Possible Causes for Absent Development, Jaundice

  • Vitamin B12 Deficiency

    We report an adolescent girl who presented with jaundice and weight loss for 6 months secondary to vitamin B12 deficiency, leading to megaloblastic anaemia.[] Gastroscopy People with pernicious anaemia who develop subsequent iron deficiency (indicating evidence of chronic atrophic gastritis) should be investigated with endoscopy[] Jaundice Most of us have only heard of jaundice in reference to newborn babies, who are occasionally born with this condition, in which skin and eyes may take on a yellow[]

  • Cholelithiasis

    After "simple" cholecystectomy for lithiasis, biliary disorders can appear, with the onset more than 3 years postoperative, like cholangitis or transitory jaundice.[] Nausea and some vomiting are common, but fever and chills do not occur unless cholecystitis has developed.[] Abstract We report the case of a newborn infant affected by congenital hyperinsulinism who developed cholelithiasis associated with cholestatic jaundice following treatment[]

  • Obstructive Jaundice

    Our report highlights the varied aetiology of obstructive jaundice and the importance of including biliary ascariasis in the differential diagnosis of the jaundiced patient[] 500, 1 if 500) 7 (ascites-0 if none present, 1 if ascites present) 10 (lymph node metastasis-0 if no metastasis, 1 if metastasis present) 9 (intrahepatic mass lesion-0 if absent[] In many patients physical findings are absent, especially early in the course.[]

  • Infectious Mononucleosis

    We report a case of infectious mononucleosis in a 72-year old jaundiced gentleman with ferritin level of 2438 that normalised on clinical improvement.[] This study also points to important considerations for future vaccine development.[] Jaundice. A yellowing of your skin and the whites of your eyes (jaundice) also occurs occasionally.[]

  • Zellweger Syndrome

    ] an autosomal recessive inborn error of metabolism characterized by a prominent forehead, large anterior fontanelle, poor muscle tone, hepatomegaly, polycystic kidneys, jaundice[] […] leading to seizures ; hearing and vision impairment; severe mental retardation and developmental delay; diminished or absent reflexes Liver: enlarged liver with impaired[] Feeding difficulties in infancy 0008872 Flat face Flat facial shape 0012368 Hepatic failure Liver failure 0001399 Hepatomegaly Enlarged liver 0002240 High forehead 0000348 Jaundice[]

  • Heart Failure

    […] and perinatal jaundice 33 35 88 89 1 Pneumonia (except that caused by tuberculosis and sexually transmitted diseases) 55 25 148 61 -59 Short gestation, low birth weight,[] In areas where PR and CR services are absent, or there are gaps in service provision for patients with CHF or COPD, development of joint breathlessness rehabilitation services[] Exertional dyspnea, in fact, may be absent in sedentary patients.[]

  • Hemochromatosis

    Here we report the case of a 16-year-old Chinese boy, who was admitted with hepatalgia, jaundice, hyperpigmentation, and splenomegaly to our hospital.[] By age 20, iron accumulation causes decreased or absent secretion of sex hormones.[] […] of patients and can be accompanied by signs of chronic liver disease, such as abdominal pain and cutaneous stigmata of liver disease (palmar erythema, spider angioma, or jaundice[]

  • Cholestasis

    A 35 year-old-woman with vitiligo, jaundice and cholestasis fulfilled serological, biochemical and histological criteria for PBC/AIH overlap.[] A full endocrine workup revealed nearly absent adrenocorticotropic hormone.[] Our patient, a 76 year old female, with no past medical history, presented with progressive weakness followed by the onset of jaundice.[]

  • Cholecystitis

    A 61-year-old man presented with upper abdominal pain and jaundice.[] In the elderly, symptoms of cholecystitis may be nonspecific (eg, anorexia, vomiting, malaise, weakness), and fever may be absent.[] […] patient had right upper quadrant pain with sclera was transferred from emergency room to the hospital, she was proposed to have acute cholecystitis, gallstones, obstructive jaundice[]

  • Pancreatitis

    Detection and diagnosis When making a diagnosis, the doctor checks for signs of jaundice, weakness, emaciation, diarrhea and/or foul-smelling stool.[] Complications pancreatic fluid collections are defined by presence or absence of necrosis (as described by the Revised Atlanta Classification ): necrosis absent (i.e. interstitial[] Detection and Diagnosis When making a diagnosis, the doctor checks for signs of jaundice, weakness, emaciation, diarrhea and/or foul-smelling stool.[]

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