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4,698 Possible Causes for Acute Low Back Pain, Malaise, Myoglobinuria after Exertion

  • Herpes Zoster

    The typical clinical manifestation is an acute segmental eruption of herpetiform umbilicated vesicles associated with malaise, pain, dysaesthesia, allodynia and probably fever[] In the initial stage of herpes zoster (ie, prodromal phase), patients may experience headache, pain, malaise, and acute photophobia before the rash appears.[] […] year-old man has a five-day history of burning and aching pain in his right side and a two-day history of erythema and clusters of clear vesicles, accompanied by headache and malaise[]

    Missing: Myoglobinuria after Exertion
  • Rhabdomyolysis

    Here, we report a 9-year-old boy referred to our hospital for the investigation of hematuria with a 2-day history of dark urine and malaise.[] The development of an acute exertional rhabdomyolysis was confirmed by the increased serum enzyme levels and myoglobinuria.[] She developed appetite loss, muscle weakness, muscle soreness, and general malaise on day 2, and laboratory data revealed a serum creatine phosphokinase level of 17,770 IU[]

  • Acute Pyelonephritis

    Signs and Symptomology Acute pyelonephritis is a deep infection and patients often display consitutional symptoms such as fever, chills, and malaise.[] Malaise, nausea, vomiting, anorexia and occasionally diarrhoea occur.[] ., fever, chills, malaise) Gastrointestinal symptoms (e.g., nausea, vomiting, anorexia, abdominal pain) Physical examination Fever (temperature 100.4 F [38.0 C]), tachycardia[]

    Missing: Myoglobinuria after Exertion
  • Meningitis

    […] especially the meningococcus, Neisseria meningitides, or the serotype designated B of Haemophilus influenzae ) Note: Meningitis is often marked by fever, headache, vomiting, malaise[] Common side-effects are minor and include fever; pain or redness around the injection site; fatigue and malaise; irritability.[] In the acute form, brucellosis takes the form of a flulike illness, with fever, sweats, malaise, anorexia, headache, myalgia, and back pain.[]

    Missing: Myoglobinuria after Exertion
  • Reiter's Syndrome

    Pain, inflammation and swelling affect the joints in the low back, pelvis, fingers, feet and toes. Psoriatic arthritis.[] Nevertheless, significant side effects are associated with BCG instillations, including fever, myalgia, malaise, dysuria, hematuria, and irritable lower urinary tract symptoms[] The onset is most often acute, with malaise, fatigue, and fever.[]

    Missing: Myoglobinuria after Exertion
  • Multiple Myeloma

    Generalized malaise, fever, sluggish mentation, paresthesia, sensory loss, and infection can indicate hyperviscosity.[] Patients present with nonspecific symptoms such as fatigue, malaise, abdominal pain, weight loss, nausea, and vomiting. 1 Hypotension and hyperpigmentation are typical physical[] Hyperviscosity Hyperviscosity may be associated with a number of symptoms, including generalized malaise, infection, fever, paresthesia, sluggish mentation, and sensory loss[]

    Missing: Myoglobinuria after Exertion
  • Viral Meningitis

    The presence of headache, neck pain, and malaise was similar for the two groups, but the duration of these symptoms was significantly longer among LM patients.[] It usually has a short uncomplicated course characterized by malaise, fever, headache, stiffness of neck and back, and nausea.[] Malaise 6. Drowsiness 7. Sore throat 8. Myalgia 9. Nausea 10. Vomiting There may also be (but not commonly): 11. Photophobia 12. Tinnitus (noise in the ears) 13.[]

    Missing: Myoglobinuria after Exertion
  • Anaphylaxis

    Abstract Purpose of review Anaphylaxis is an acute-onset and potentially life-threatening allergic reaction that can be caused by numerous allergic triggers including stinging insects. This review focuses on recent advances, natural history, risk factors and therapeutic considerations. Recent findings Recent work[…][]

    Missing: Myoglobinuria after Exertion
  • Renal Infarction

    If patient is suffering from acute renal infarction posse’s low back pain, flank and many more problems, in this stage, clinical treatment is not sufficient but it includes[] Acute renal infarction as a cause of low-back pain. South Med J. 2003;96(5):497-9. 2. Dursun B, Yagci B, Batmazoglu M, Demiray G.[] However, more serious diseases may present as low-back pain and misdiagnosis may change patient evolution and survival.[]

    Missing: Myoglobinuria after Exertion
  • Hemolytic Transfusion Reaction

    Delayed hemolytic transfusion reactions occur via an anamnestic immune response in patients previously alloimmunized by certain RBC antigens. Conventional pretransfusion antibody screening tests and crossmatches are unable to detect certain antibodies that potentially can cause these reactions because they may be[…][]

    Missing: Myoglobinuria after Exertion