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68 Possible Causes for Acute Pyelonephritis, Erectile Dysfunction, Wasting Syndrome

  • Adenocarcinoma of the Prostate

    Erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction can result from prostate cancer or its treatment, including surgery, radiation or hormone treatments.[] Weight loss, cachexia. Signs Advanced disease: general malaise, bone pain, anorexia, weight loss, obstructive nephropathy, paralysis due to cord compression.[] Findings in patients with advanced disease may include the following: Cancer cachexia Bony tenderness Lower-extremity lymphedema or deep venous thrombosis Adenopathy Overdistended[]

  • Diabetes Mellitus

    INTRODUCTION: Diabetes mellitus erectile dysfunction (DMED) is a common complication of long-term hyperglycemia.[] Kidney, acute pyelonephritis, microscopic. Renal pelvis, infection with Candida albicans, PAS stain, microscopic.[] […] and nutrition are important in preventing many complications of DGp and autonomic neuropathy including diabetic ketosis/ketoacidosis, delayed wound healing and diabetic cachexia[]

  • Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

    The degree of erectile dysfunction is correlated with symptoms of IPSS score. Severity of symptoms of LUTS/BPH and higher IPSS score, worsens the ED.[] Sarcopenia, or loss of muscle mass, with resulting declines in strength, is thought to be central to frailty, a wasting syndrome associated with decreased strength, reduced[] We evaluated sildenafil for erectile dysfunction and lower urinary tract symptoms in men with the 2 conditions.[]

  • Diabetic Nephropathy

    ) Heart and blood vessel disease (cardiovascular disease), possibly leading to stroke Damage to the blood vessels of the retina (diabetic retinopathy) Anemia Foot sores, erectile[] […] initiated at an early stage for diabetics in the following circumstances: Uncontrollable blood pressure secondary to hypervolemia Presence of uremic symptoms as anorexia and cachexia[] In diabetic patients, starting earlier is useful when hypervolemia renders blood pressure uncontrollable, when the patient experiences anorexia and cachexia or other uremic[]

  • Systemic Scleroderma

    Genitourinary features Erectile dysfunction occurs in 80-90% of men with the condition, due to vascular changes [ 15 ]. Women may have dyspareunia.[] She had a past medical history of acute rheumatism, pyelonephritis and systemic scleroderma.[] The patient was admitted with severe cachexia (37 kg, 170 cm), characteristic byzantine face with microstomy, distal phalanges resorption in both superior limbs and complete[]

  • Urinary Tract Obstruction

    Complications of pelvic fractures include bleeding, infection, and erectile dysfunction.[] The patient underwent bilateral nephrectomy and chronic hemodialysis treatment; unfortunately, after one month she died from cachexia.[] Nephrolithiasis Bladder trabeculation and pseudodiverticula formation Acute renal failure Urinary obstruction increases susceptibility to urolithiasis and urinary tract infections[]

  • Urinary Bladder Transitional Cell Carcinoma

    Radical cystectomy damages the S2,3,4 outlet and causes complete erectile dysfunction, although a nerve-sparing approach can reduce this to about half.[] In advanced disease, flank pain, leg swelling or a palpable pelvic mass may occur; non-specific symptoms such as cachexia or bone pain may signal the presence of distant metastases[] The nerves that go to the penis to cause erections may also be affected by the surgery, causing erectile dysfunction.[]

  • Paraplegia

    ‘His partial paraplegia improved over the course of a year, after which he presented for treatment of erectile dysfunction.’[] Horner’s syndrome.  DTR of upper limbs preserved.  Spastic paralysis of trunk & lower limbs.  Cervical spondylosis never involves C8&T1 so small muscle wasting rules out[] dysfunction Complicated HSP: About 10 percent of people with HSP have complicated HSP.[]

  • Iatrogenic Cushing's Disease

    dysfunction in males, irregular menstrual cycles in females, infertility, hyperhidrosis, hirsutism, biparietal visual loss if there is a large pituitary adenoma, recurrent[] Concepts Disease or Syndrome ( T047 ) MSH D003480 ICD9 255.0 ICD10 E24, E24.9 SnomedCT 154705004, 190505004, 47270006 English Cushing Syndrome, Cushing's Syndrome, Syndrome[] Together with oral budesonide, it resulted in weakness, muscle wasting, and other characteristic symptoms in a hepatitis sufferer.[]

  • Urethral Trauma

    In another study (McAnninch 1997), the incidence of erectile dysfunction was reported at up to 55% after immediate realignment.[] Complications of urinary tract trauma include hemorrhage and exsanguination, hypovolemic shock, peritonitis, septic shock, acute renal failure, urinary incontinence, pyelonephritis[] Asano T, Shinmoto H Urology 112 204 Feb 2018 [Refereed] Impact of body mass index on clinicopathological outcomes in patients with renal cell carcinoma without anorexia-cachexia[]

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