Create issue ticket

10 Possible Causes for Affected Females Have Been Reported, Epigastric Pain, Increased Abdominal Girth

  • Gastric Volvulus

    Gastric volvulus (GV) is a rare condition that presents with epigastric pain, retching and at times, vomiting. There are two types of GV: organoaxial and mesenteroaxial.[] About 10-20% of cases occur in children, [16] usually before the age of 1 year, but cases have been reported in children as old as 15 years. [17] Gastric volvulus in children[] An 85-year-old man presented with nausea, vomiting, and epigastric pain. Admission abdominal radiograph demonstrated a grossly distended stomach with air-fluid levels.[]

  • Erythropoietic Protoporphyria

    Males and females are affected equally.[] Due to EPP’s inheritance pattern (both autosomal dominant and recessive inheritance patterns have been reported) a notable risk factor is a first-degree relative with EPP.[]

  • Cystadenoma

    A 29-year-old woman who presented with epigastric pain and jaundice underwent computed tomography, which showed a 6-cm monolocular cystic tumor in the pancreatic head.[] Common sites of occurrence are palate and buccal mucosa, lip and the tonsillar area, but cyst adenomas have also been reported to occur on the tongue.[ 1, 2 ] Older patients[] The most frequent initial manifestations were abdominal pain, increasing abdominal girth or distension, or as an abdominal mass 2.[]

  • Omental Volvulus

    Keyword(s): ABD, abdomen, adhesiolysis, antrum, Bochdalek hernia, cannula, cardiac arrest, catheter, chest xray, colon, CT, CXR, diaphragm, diaphragmatic defect, endoscopic, epigastric[] About 10-20% of cases occur in children, [15] usually before the age of 1 year, but cases have been reported in children as old as 15 years. [16] Gastric volvulus in children[] Most patients present within the first 2 years of life with episodic abdominal pain, intermittent vomiting, or increased abdominal girth [ 4 ].[]

  • Abdominal Mass

    The child presented to the emergency department with sharp epigastric pain and an associated palpable upper abdominal mass.[] More than 125 affected individuals have been reported in the medical literature.[] Case Presentation A previously healthy 8-month-old girl was brought to the pediatrician with increasing abdominal girth.[]

  • Mesenteric-Portal Fistula

    Syndrome Budd-Chiari Syndrome with sudden abdominal epigastric pain with nausea and vomiting Hepatomegaly Splenomegaly Abdominal collateral vein distention Follow-up post[] No special predilection for male or female and PVG usually affect elderly patients, although cases affecting the younger population including infants have been reported as[] Increased abdominal girth, weight gain - suggest ascites. Abdominal pain and fever - suggest spontaneous bacterial peritonitis.[]

  • Uterine Fibroid

    With onset of pregnancy she developed dull epigastric pain a month prior to presentation.[] Approximately 250 cases have been reported in the literature (, 65 ). Women in the 3rd to 5th decades of life are predominantly affected (, 66 ).[] Case Presentation A 55 y/o female patient presenting with increased abdominal girth since 6 months and body weight.[]

  • Mesenchymal Hamartoma of the Liver

    In this report, we present a case of a 47 old woman with a cystic liver lesion and acute epigastric pain.[] Disease The tumor affects both males and females equally and is a disease that is predominantly seen in newborns although rare adult cases have also been reported.[] Abstract A 28-year-old black woman presented with increasing abdominal girth and gross hepatomegaly.[]

  • Primary Intestinal Lymphangiectasia

    pain of sudden onset and oedema of the extremities Unknown Severe hypoproteinaemia, low IgG concentration and lymphopenia Conventional contrast radiography Irregularly shaped[] female equally. 1 , 2 Variable clinical presentations have been reported with IL.[] A 22-year-old woman had facial edema, increasing abdominal girth and fatigue.[]

  • Desmoplastic Small Round Cell Tumor

    A 14-year-old girl presented with intermittent epigastric pain; abdominal computed tomography and upper gastrointestinal barium X-ray revealed an 8 cm   10 cm space-occupying[] Only a few hundred cases have been reported worldwide since the first description in 1989.[] A 33-year-old female presented to her gynecologist with complaints of suprapubic pressure, abdominal pain, and increased abdominal girth.[]

Similar symptoms