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500 Possible Causes for Anemia, Rectal Prolapse

  • Cystic Fibrosis

    Female sex and chronic anemia were independent predictors of readmission.[] The diagnosis usually becomes evident in infancy, with presentations including: meconium ileus rectal prolapse recurrent pulmonary infection Cystic fibrosis is due to a defect[] When CF is not treated for a longer period, a child may develop symptoms of malnutrition, including anemia, bloating, and, paradoxically, appetite loss.[]

  • Blue Rubber Bleb Nevus Syndrome

    This disease is often associated with sideropenic anemia and occult bleeding.[] Abdominal pain, infarction, volvulus, haematemesis and rectal prolapse or bleeding are also recognised presentations. [3] , [4] , [5] The literature describes conservative[] Besides causing bleeding, GI lesions may lead to intussusception, volvulus, infarction, or rectal prolapse.[]

  • Microangiopathic Hemolytic Anemia

    In medicine ( hematology ), microangiopathic hemolytic anemia ( MAHA ) is a microangiopathic subgroup of hemolytic anemia (loss of red blood cells through destruction) caused[] Abstract A patient with rapidly advancing ecchymoses, gangrene of the skin, hemolytic anemia, and intravascular coagulation after reduction of a rectal prolapse is presented[] This is the first, reported case of microangiopathic hemolytic anemia with temporal arteritis.[]

  • Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome

    Hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS) is a thrombotic microangiopathy defined by thrombocytopenia, non-immune microangiopathic hemolytic anemia and acute renal failure.[] Intussusception and rectal prolapse. Pancreatitis. Severe colitis. Neurological: Altered mental state. Cerebrovascular accident (CVA). Seizures.[] His genitalia and anus are normal (no rectal prolapse). His pulses and perfusion are good. There is no edema, rash, or petechiae.[]

  • Cronkhite-Canada Syndrome

    A 54-year-old woman, diagnosed as MDS the prior year after evaluation of anemia, visited our hospital with the chief complaint of epigastric discomfort.[] Common complications are gastrointestinal bleeding with anaemia, intussusception, and rectal prolapse, gastric and colonal cancer (15% of cases) may occur.[] The blood test showed mild anemia and hypoalbuminemia.[]

  • Afferent Loop Syndrome

    […] and also in case of simple biological anomalies such as macrocytosis or megaloblastic anemia.[] prolapse - Proctitis ( Radiation proctitis ) Other Diverticulitis / Diverticulosis - Megacolon / Toxic megacolon - Appendicitis Accessory Liver / hepatitis Alcoholic liver[] In addition, significant loss of weight is reported, while diarrhea, vitamin B12 deficiency, steatorrhea and iron-deficiency anemia are known complications.[]

  • Ulcerative Colitis

    This patient was evaluated for iron deficiency anemia and underwent hemicolectomy for extensive right-side predominant inflammatory pseudopolyps.[] Laboratory studies showed elevated C-reactive protein (CRP, 42 mg/l), fecal-calprotectin (7,223 μg/g), and anemia (hemoglobin 10.4 g/dl).[] To qualify under the IBD listing, you need to have a diagnosis of IBD, plus a specific complication such as anemia, a bowel obstruction, perineal disease with an abscess or[]

  • Schistosomiasis

    Heavy S. mansoni infections were found to be associated with increased baseline risk of anemia, although children with moderate or heavy intensity infections had lower risk[] prolapse).[] Children with chronic disease can suffer from anemia and malnutrition, which can contribute to lost days at school and pervasive learning disabilities.[]

  • Bartonella Infection

    Doxycycline † , erythromycin , rifampin , ( gentamicin IV added for 2 wk for endocarditis) Oroya fever , verruga peruana, Carrión disease B. bacilliformis Acute febrile hemolytic anemia[] It is used to treat chronic diarrhea, dysentery, and rectal prolapse. It is also used to treat night fevers, irritability, and excess sweating.[] Symptoms of fatigue, headache, myalgia, anemia, and mild liver function abnormalities B. taylorii: from genus Grahamella.[]

  • Pediatric Chronic Granulomatous Disease

    Diagnose with nitro blue tetrazolium test (almost always positive) Clinically, patients have recurrent lymphadenitis, hepatosplenomegaly, skin rash, pulmonary edema Laboratory Anemia[] Prolapse Andrew E Mulberg 690691 690 Renal FailureAcute Seth L Schulman 696697 696 Renal Wenous Thrombosis Mary B Leonard 702703 702 Retropharyngeal Abscess Richard M Rutstein[] […] production of superoxide by neutrophils Clinical features: (1) recurrent infections, typically starting during infancy (2) hepatosplenomegaly (3) generalized lymphadenopathy (4) anemia[]

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