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209 Possible Causes for Alkaline Phosphatase Increased, Duodenal Ulcer

  • Systemic Mastocytosis

    In multivariate analysis of all patients, an increased spleen volume 450 ml (hazard ratio (HR), 5.2; 95% confidence interval (CI), (2.1-13.0); P 0.003) and an elevated alkaline[] Preoperative laboratory investigations were normal, except for moderate anemia (hemoglobin 99 g/L), increased alkaline phosphatase (196 U/L, normal 36-108 U/L), and decreased[] phosphatase (AP; HR 5.0 (1.1-22.2); P 0.02) were associated with adverse OS.[]

  • Vitamin D Deficiency

    BACKGROUND: Helicobacter pylori eradication therapy improves the healing of various gastro-duodenal diseases such as chronic gastritis and peptic ulcer, and also reduces gastric[] Juvenile Paget's disease (JPD) is a rare heritable osteopathy characterized biochemically by markedly increased serum alkaline phosphatase (ALP) activity emanating from generalized[] Laboratory test showed severe hypocalcemia, elevated alkaline phosphatase, normal serum phosphorous, decreased 25(OH) cholecalciferol, increased intact parathyroid hormone[]

  • Obstructive Jaundice

    ulceration, the pathology of which was chronic noncaseating granulomatous inflammation.[] LFTs : Alkaline phosphatase: considerably increased with either extrahepatic or intrahepatic biliary disease.[] Tests not found to be useful in differentiation are cholesterol esterase, alkaline phosphatase and prothrombin time.[]

  • Acute Cholecystitis

    PERFORATED DUODENAL ULCER 5.1.3. PERFORATED PEPTIC ULCER 5.1.4. APPENDICITIS 5.2. Rare 5.2.1. ACUTE PYELONEPHRITIS 5.2.2. HEPATITIS 5.2.3. MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION 5.2.4.[] […] than in non-AIDS patients, (2) problems with oral ingestion (3), right upper abdominal pain, (4) a marked increase in alkaline phosphatase and a mild increase in serum bilirubin[] We report a case of duodenal adenocarcinoma, who presented to the emergency ward, with features of acute cholecystitis and peptic ulcer disease.[]

  • Chronic Alcoholism

    Inflammation and fatty infiltration of the liver are common, as are disorders of the gastrointestinal tract ( gastritis , duodenal ulcer , and, less often, severe pancreatitis[]

  • Liver Cirrhosis

    Such a high frequency of HP infection undoubtedly affects the incidence of mucosal inflammation and gastric and duodenal ulcers in patients with cirrhosis.[] phosphatase (ALP).[] Both duodenal and gastric ulcers are more common in cirrhosis: the reported prevalence is 24.1%[ 16 ].[]

  • Congestive Heart Failure

    (except hemorrhage) 42,462 6,170 14.5 140 Gastritis and duodenitis 99,130 15,355 15.5 142 Appendicitis and other appendiceal conditions 262,024 12,875 4.9 143 Abdominal hernia[] 174,459 19,885 11.4 144 Regional enteritis and ulcerative colitis 94,732 17,579 18.6 145 Intestinal obstruction without hernia 315,128 51,135 16.2 146 Diverticulosis and[] 136 Disorders of teeth and jaw 25,722 1,621 6.3 137 Disease of mouth, excluding dental 19,009 1,966 10.3 138 Esophageal disorders 125,280 16,921 13.5 139 Gastroduodenal ulcer[]

  • Primary Hyperparathyroidism

    The risk of fractures was 31% (hazard ratio 0.69) lower in surgically treated patients than in conservatively treated patients whereas the risk of stomach and duodenal ulcers[] Serum calcium is increased. Serum phosphorus may be decreased. Serum alkaline phosphatase may be increased. Bone x-ray may show bone reabsorption or fractures.[] Laboratory analyses of blood samples typically reveal increased levels of PTH, hypercalcemia, hypophosphatemia and augmented alkaline phosphatase levels.[]

  • Hepatocellular Carcinoma

    Conditions that have been reported include gastrointestinal ulceration/bleeding, gastritis/duodenitis, cholecystitis, pancreatitis, and radiation pneumonitis [ 42, 45, 48,[] […] in gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase/alkaline phosphatase in non-cirrhotic patients( 45, 52 ).[] Additionally, radioembolization-induced liver disease (REILD) is a syndrome that may appear 4–8 weeks following radioembolization manifesting as jaundice, ascites, and an increase[]

  • Alcoholic Hepatitis

    Severe alcoholic hepatitis has a high mortality rate due to limited therapeutic methods. Although corticosteroids have been used to control the inflammatory response, the outcomes vary and no standardized therapy has been established. Novel therapeutic approaches, such as anti-TNF-α, pentoxifilline, and others[…][]

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