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341 Possible Causes for Ascites, Paralytic Ileus

  • Appendicitis

    Twenty-eight days after transplantation, the patient developed mild abdominal pain and paralytic ileus. There was no apparent infection sign.[] The most common complications of appendectomy and peritonitis are (1) infection of the surgical wound, (2) paralytic ileus due to irritation of the small bowel, (3) abscesses[]

  • Acute Pancreatitis

    She had an extended hospital course because of severe disease, characterised by systemic inflammatory response syndrome, pleural effusion and ascites but was successfully[] A nasogastric tube (NGT) may be inserted for a week or two to drain the contents of the stomach especially with paralytic ileus.[] An abdominal sonogram showed turbid ascites and peritonitis was impressed.[]

  • Acute Peritonitis

    The treatment failed to slow the progress of the disease, and massive ascites appeared with thickening of the gallbladder wall.[] .  Tenderness and generalized guarding  Decreased bowel sounds as Paralytic ileus sets in  Increased temperature and pulse 15.[] Prevalence SBP: In asymptomatic patients with cirrhosis and ascites, the prevalence is 3 ).[]

  • Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome

    Twelve patients with OHSS and ascites were included in the study.[] Gastrointestinal system findings include ascites (third-spacing of fluid) ( [Figure 2] ), paralytic ileus, and enlarged ovaries.[] We removed 45 liters of ascitic fluid in total and 7.5 liters of ascitic fluid in one course, leading to improvement of the patient's condition and laboratory parameters.[]

  • Myxedema

    Myxedema ascites is thus rare but easy to treat; it should be borne in mind, especially if the ascites fluid has a high protein content.[] The low serum thyroid hormonal levels decreases intestinal motility that advertently leads to megacolon, gastric atony, and paralytic ileus.[] In addition, neuropathic changes can cause malabsorption, gastric atony, impaired peristalsis, paralytic ileus, and megacolon. [ 15 ] Ascites may occur due to increased capillary[]

  • Tuberculous Peritonitis

    Serum c-reactive protein (7.88 6.62 mg/dL vs 3.12 2.69 mg/dL, P 0.01), ascites adenosine deaminase (66.76 32.09 IU/L vs 13.89 8.95 IU/L, P 0.01), ascites lymphocyte proportion[] ABDOMINAL COMPLICATIONS • Adhesional small bowel obstruction • Paralytic ileus • Residual or recurrent abscesses • Portal pyemia/liver abscess 5.[] In three patients (15.78%), the ascitic fluid culture was positive.[]

  • Umbilical Hernia

    All of the reported cases in the literature were adults with liver disease and ascites.[] Complications Potential complications of umbilical hernia repair include the following (see Outcomes ): Seroma Hematoma Wound infection Bowel injury Paralytic ileus Hernia[] Umbilical hernia repair is often accompanied by complications in patients with liver cirrhosis and ascites.[]

  • Hemoperitoneum

    Ascites with right pleural effusion initially suggested fetal hydrops.[] Computed tomography revealed a ruptured liver metastasis and the presence of hemorrhagic ascites.[] Code: K66.1 Code Name: ICD-10 Code for Hemoperitoneum Block: Hemoperitoneum Excludes 1: traumatic hemoperitoneum (S36.8-) K66 Excludes2: ascites (R18.-) peritoneal effusion[]

  • Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria

    A PVS is a treatment option for ascites due to BCS.[] ileus.[] Depending on their localization, thromboses (which affect 30-40 % of untreated patients) may manifest as abdominal pain, hepatomegaly, ascites and headaches.[]

  • Chylous Ascites

    The clinical data of the patients with postoperative chylous ascites were compared with those of the patients without chylous ascites.[] Presentation varies based on the severity of the chyle leak, from progressive abdominal distension, pressure-related dyspnea, to widespread edema and paralytic ileus [1] [[] Chylous ascites is a rare complication of abdominal surgery in children. Particularly, reports of postoperative chylous ascites are rare.[]

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