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57 Possible Causes for Acute Cholecystitis, Muscle Mass Decreased

  • Obesity

    In elderly patients, obesity induces a decrease in skeletal muscle strength and mass, which is linked to age-related sarcopenia.[] mass, decreasing in starvation and increasing during resistive activity when sufficient protein was ingested.[] Because muscle enlargement is absent or minimized when loads are not lifted, even with adequate nutrition, we postulate that some of the genes or genotypes by which resistance[]

  • Diabetes Mellitus

    Glucose levels also take longer to return to normal, in part because of increased accumulation of visceral and abdominal fat and decreased muscle mass.[] muscle mass.[] […] younger adults, especially after high carbohydrate loads, and take longer to return to normal, in part because of increased accumulation of visceral and abdominal fat and decreased[]

  • Appendicitis

    These include patients operated on for acute appendicitis , acute cholecystitis, hernia or non-toxic goitre.[] BACKGROUND: Decreased skeletal muscle mass, or sarcopenia, has been shown to be associated with worse postoperative recovery and a higher risk of complications in adult surgical[] cholecystitis, perforated peptic ulcer, mesenteric adenitis, Meckel's diverticulitis, Crohn's disease, diverticulitis, pancreatitis, rectus sheath haematoma, gastroenteritis[]

  • Cystic Fibrosis

    Manifestations include the frequent passage of bulky, foul-smelling, oily stools; abdominal protuberance; and poor growth pattern with decreased subcutaneous tissue and muscle[] mass despite a normal or voracious appetite.[]

  • Sickle Cell Disease

    Cholelithiasis may be asymptomatic or result in acute cholecystitis, requiring surgical intervention. The liver may also become involved.[] The low testosterone levels may manifest as decreased muscle mass and bone mineral density, increased fat mass, central obesity, insulin resistance, decreased libido and energy[] ., cholelithiasis, acute cholecystitis, biliary sludge, acute choledocholithiasis) are common in persons with SCD, particularly in those with SCA.[]

  • Preeclampsia

    , acute pancreatitis, fulminant hepatitis, systemic lupus erythematosus, cholecystitis, and thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura.[] […] skeletal muscle mass and subcutaneous fat tissue • Loose, dry, and easy peelable skin • Long finger nails • Relatively large hands and feet compared to body • Skin having[] Differential diagnosis Abdominal Trauma, Blunt Abruptio Placentae Aneurysm, Abdominal Appendicitis, Acute Cholecystitis and Biliary Colic Cholelithiasis Congestive Heart Failure[]

  • Burn Injury

    Severe complications such as cholecystitis ( 8 ) or acute renal ( e3 ) and organ failure ( 9 ) must be detected early and treated adequately.[] Consequently, muscle wasting and a decrease in lean body mass(LBM), up to 25% loss of LBM in uncomplicated burns, are hallmarks of burn injuries [ 10 ].[] […] in bone density and a loss of muscle mass. [41] Keloids may form subsequent to a burn, particularly in those who are young and dark skinned. [73] Following a burn, children[]

  • Uremic Pneumonitis

    The final pathologic diagnoses in this case were: recent postoperative state following cholecystectomy for acute cholecystitis and cholecystolithiasis; acute ischemic nephropathy[] We analyzed the risk factors for AP and found that the rate of decline of serum creatinine and albumin levels indicative of the decrease in muscle mass and malnutrition were[] REFERENCES SUMMARY A case of a seventy-eight year old woman in whom shock and acute ischemic nephropathy developed following cholecystectomy for acute cholecystitis and cholecystolithiasis[]

  • Portal Cirrhosis

    Genetic or acquired thrombophilia, mieloproliferative diseases, acute pancreatitis, acute cholecystitis, or other inflammations in the abdominal cavity are the main causes[] Weakness and decreased muscle mass. In men, impotence, shrinking of the testicles, and breast Pruritus or itch is a common symptom seen in a number of illnesses.[]

  • Hepatitis

    Cholecystitis and biliary colic are addressed in Chapter 82, Pancreatitis and Cholecystitis, and variceal hemorrhage is addressed in Chapter 78, Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding[] In a previous study, serum adiponectin levels decreased with an increases in obesity, in particular increases in intra-abdominal fat mass[ 45, 46 ].[] Excerpt: " This chapter discusses the ED presentation, evaluation, and treatment of acute and chronic liver disease, including acute hepatitis, chronic (cirrhotic) liver disease[]

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