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687 Possible Causes for Anal Fissure, Chills, Hematocrit Decreased, Night Sweats, Rectal Bleeding

  • Crohn's Disease

    A 53-year-old man with Crohn's disease treated with adalimumab was hospitalised with abdominal pain, fatigue, fever and chills.[] sweats Loss of normal menstrual cycle Even if you think you are showing signs of Crohn’s disease symptoms, only proper testing performed by your doctor can render a diagnosis[] Diarrhea Rectal bleeding Weight loss Arthritis Skin problems Fever Rectal bleeding may be serious and continuous enough to cause anemia (low red blood count).[] Abnormal skin tags in the bottom area and anal fissures are also symptoms of the disease; however, the most common cause of an anal fissure is constipation.[] Other signs that require a doctor's attention include fever, shaking chills, and repetitious vomiting.[]

  • Lymphogranuloma Venereum

    Fever, chills, headache, and joint pains may be present. Abscess formation with drainage of pus from the inguinal lymph nodes is common.[] He denied fever, chills, night sweats, rashes, genital lesions, dysuria, urethral discharge, testicular pain, proctitis, rectal discharge, tenesmus, and diarrhea.[] In a 23-year-old man with massive rectal bleeding, an exudative rectal ulcer, and inguinal lymphadenopathy, serologic findings were compatible with a recent lymphogranuloma[] No symptoms suggested proctitis and examination revealed two small anal fissures.[] Constitutional symptoms associated with the second stage include fever, chills, myalgias, and malaise.[]

  • Upper Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage

    […] in Time — A 64-year-old man with a history of coronary artery disease and peripheral vascular disease was admitted to the hospital with a several-month history of fevers, chills[] Abdominal pain Malignancy red flags Cachexia Anorexia Night sweats Dysphagia Dyspnoea Severity assessment Light-headedness Loss of consciousness Causes assessment Chronic[] : indicates brisk bleeding ; may cause severe blood loss with hemodynamic instability Hematochezia Melena Colonic bleeding (maroon , jelly-like traces of blood in stools[] Anal fissures, or tears in the anal wall, also may trigger small amounts of bright red bleeding from the anus.[] Fever and chills support infectious or inflammatory causes.[]

  • Primary Myelofibrosis

    The patient then developed fever, chills, a biological inflammatory syndrome, and an acute respiratory disease syndrome.[] Constitutional symptoms, such as night sweats, pruritus, weight loss and fever may be treated with Jakafi.[] […] the hematocrit, but not the WBC count.[] […] soreness mouth or lip sores pain during urination sores that do not heal, have drainage, or are swollen, red, and warm to the touch stiff neck Bleeding symptoms easy bruising[] Consequently, they may present with fever, night sweats and chills. PMF patients may claim a tendency to bleed.[]

    Missing: Anal Fissure
  • Pulmonary Tuberculosis

    Patients are also likely to manifest night sweats accompanied by chills and fever. Patients also suffer from a persistent sense of weakness and fatigue.[] The first case was a 13-year-old patient who was admitted with a 2-month history of fever, weight loss, night sweats, and cough.[] ( K29.01 ) ulcerative enterocolitis with rectal bleeding ( K51.01 ) tuberculous NEC A15.0 - see also Tuberculosis, pulmonary Tuberculosis, tubercular, tuberculous (calcification[] Rectal lesions usually present as anal fissures, fistulae or perirectal abscesses.[] […] or longer pain in the chest coughing up blood or sputum (phlegm from deep inside the lungs) Other symptoms of TB disease are weakness or fatigue weight loss no appetite chills[]

  • Amebiasis

    […] abdominal pain, a painful contracted feeling around the anal sphincter, blood and mucus in the stools but without the presence of fever), or amoebic liver abscesses (fever, chills[] A 6-year-old boy with no history of foreign travel had presented with rectal bleeding without diarrhea for 2 months.[] More severe cases may experience fever, chills and/or diarrhea with blood or mucous.[] Sweating, chills, weight loss, and fatigue may also be present. Diagnosis Medical diagnosis of amebiasis is extremely important.[] We report the case of a 45-year-old man with rectal amebiasis, presenting with rectal bleeding and chronic diarrhea, confirmed on rectal biopsy.[]

    Missing: Night Sweats
  • Amebic Liver Abscess

    According to our study, the common clinical symptoms and signs are abdominal pain (85.5 %), fever and chills (74.2 %), and abdominal tenderness (69.4 %).[] Night sweats. Nausea and vomiting. Anorexia and weight loss. Cough and dyspnoea due to diaphragmatic irritation. Referred pain to the right shoulder.[] His abdominal pain was diffuse and accompanied by mild rectal bleeding that he attributed to hemorrhoids.[] Disorders Hemorrhoids Perirectal / Perianal Abscess Anal Fissure Fistula-in-Ano / Perianal Fistula Trauma Abdominal Trauma PHARMACOLOGY General H2 Blockers Proton Pump Inhibitors[] The three most common findings are abdominal pain (85.5 %), fever and chills (74.2 %), and abdominal tenderness (69.4 %).[]

    Missing: Hematocrit Decreased
  • Histoplasmosis

    The most common symptoms of acute histoplasmosis are: Fever and chills, flu-like illness Headaches Muscle pain Loss of appetite Shortness of breath Dry cough Chest pain Fatigue[] fissure.[] When a person develops symptoms, it usually involves the lungs and is characterized by weakness, chills, fever, muscle aches, chest pains, and a dry cough.[] The presentation is similar to chronic pulmonary aspergillosis with productive cough, increasing shortness of breath, weight loss, night sweats and sometimes fever.[] Some infections may cause acute pulmonary histoplasmosis, characterized by high fever, headache, non-productive cough, chills, weakness, pleuritic chest pain and fatigue.[]

    Missing: Rectal Bleeding
  • Liver Abscess

    An 88-year-old female presented with generalized weakness, fever and chills.[] Pain in the upper right part of the abdomen, just below the ribs A cough, or feeling tired and weak Fever and night sweats Nausea or vomiting Loss of appetite Yellowing of[] […] prolapse Anismus Anal canal Anal fissure / Anal fistula Anal abscess Hemorrhoid Anal dysplasia Pruritus ani GI bleeding / BIS Upper Hematemesis Melena Lower Hematochezia[] Both patients were admitted to our institution with a 2-week history of right upper quadrant pain, fever, chills, and rigors.[] Chills, high fever, right upper abdomen pain, and increased white blood cell count are the main and common clinical features of bacterial liver abscess.[]

    Missing: Hematocrit Decreased
  • Plummer-Vinson Syndrome

    […] eating • Heat and burning in stomach Gelsemium – • Dizziness, dullness with great prostration • Muscular weakness in all limbs • Difficulty in swallowing from warm food • Chills[] Lab test normally expose “iron-deficiency” anemia with values of hemoglobin, hematocrit, serum iron and ferritin decreased and increased total of iron binding capacity.[] Rectal pain that stemmed from an ano-rectal fissure was an important differential in this scenario; however, the patient’s negative history for any signs of rectal bleeding[] Investigations Complete blood cell (CBC) counts: decreased values of hemoglobin, hematocrit, mean corpuscular volume Peripheral blood smears: hypochromic microcytic anemia[] LABORATORY TESTS Laboratory examinations typically reveal iron deficiency anemia (hypochromic microcytic) with decreased values of hemoglobin, hematocrit, mean corpuscular[]

    Missing: Night Sweats

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