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617 Possible Causes for Amylase Increased, Direct Bilirubin Increased, Painless Jaundice

  • Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma

    This patient initially presented with painless jaundice and computed tomography (CT) revealed a mass in the head of the pancreas.[] jaundice The majority of pancreatic cancer is incurable at presentation 1 2 Whether or not pancreatic cancer is deemed curable, current surgical, endoscopic, and oncological[] jaundice and enlarged gallbladder Trousseau’s syndrome : migratory thrombophlebitis new onset diabetes mellitus lipase hypersecretion syndrome (10-15%) 9 polyarthralgia and[]

  • Viral Hepatitis

    Liver impairment is commonly reported in up to 60% of patients who suffer from severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS). Here we report the clinical course and liver pathology in three SARS patients with liver impairment. Three patients who fulfilled the World Health Organization case definition of probable SARS[…][]

  • Malignant Neoplasm of Pancreas

    The malignant neoplasm of the pancreas is an aggressive type of cancer with a minimal survival rate, due to the particular biological characteristics of the tumor and the lack of symptoms prior to the advanced stage of disease. Malignant neoplasms of the pancreas typically arise in an insidious manner, with the[…][]

  • Metastatic Liver Carcinoma

    The most common laboratory TRAEs were increased levels of AST (21%), lipase (21%), amylase (19%), and increase in ALT (15%).[]

  • Weil's Disease

    Serum bilirubin levels are high, and hepatic transaminase and amylase levels are moderately increased. Hepatic function normalizes following recovery.[] Creatine kinase and serum amylase may also be elevated.[] Examination of cerebrospinal fluid is typically consistent with aseptic meningitis, with a lymphocytic pleocytosis, moderately increased protein, and normal glucose levels[]

  • Acute Pancreatitis

    Lab Increased amylase, increased lipase. Management Supportive bowel rest with parenteral nutrition.[] The combination of lipase and amylase did not increase diagnostic accuracy. Serum lipase is recommended for diagnosis of AP, both early and late in the disease.[] Urine amylase: In the same way, amylase excretion in the urine is also evident. Serum lipase: An increase in serum lipase correlates well with the disease.[]

    Missing: Painless Jaundice
  • Acute Cholecystitis

    More marked increases, especially if lipase (amylase is less specific) is elevated 2-fold, suggest bile duct obstruction.[] […] age Laboratory evaluation: — Leukocytosis with an increased number of band forms (ie, a left shift) — Mild elevations in serum aminotransferases and amylase, along with hyperbilirubinemia[] Passage of a stone through the biliary tract increases aminotransferases (ALT, AST).[]

    Missing: Painless Jaundice
  • Cryptogenic Cirrhosis

    Abstract Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH)-related cirrhosis and cryptogenic cirrhosis (CC) have become leading indications for liver transplantation (LT) in the US. Our aim was to compare the trends, clinical presentation, and outcomes for transplant candidates with NASH and CC.The Scientific Registry of[…][]

    Missing: Amylase Increased
  • Gallbladder Carcinoma

    Of note, Courvoisier's law states that in the presence of a palpably enlarged gallbladder which is nontender and accompanied with mild painless jaundice, the cause is unlikely[]

    Missing: Amylase Increased
  • Toxic Hepatitis

    Johnson, 62-Year-Old Man With Painless Jaundice and Hyponatremia, Mayo Clinic Proceedings, 10.1016/j.mayocp.2012.09.009, 88, 6, (e49-e53), (2013).[]

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