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2,308 Possible Causes for Back Pain, Syncope

  • Influenza

    Symptoms If you start to develop cold symptoms but starting more rapidly and rather more violently, with higher fever and severe aches and pains, often in the back and muscles[] […] be counseled to call for evaluation immediately if the early signs and symptoms of influenza infection (eg, a fever greater than 100 F coupled with shortness of breath, syncope[] Your doctor will be able to tell that you have the flu if you have at least some or most of these symptoms: aches and pains everywhere, especially in the back and legs bad[]

  • Essential Thrombocythemia

    We report a case of a 68-year-old woman with abdominal and back pain.[] Symptoms varied and included cerebral ischemic attacks, mental concentration disturbances followed by throbbing headaches, nausea, vomiting, syncope or even seizures.[] , vomiting, fever, peripheral edema, rash, chest pain, anorexia, tachycardia, malaise, paresthesia, back pain, pruritus and dyspepsia.[]

  • Anxiety Disorder

    […] like headaches, stomachaches, and back pain.[] 2018 2019 Billable/Specific Code Applicable To Dhat syndrome Neurasthenia Occupational neurosis, including writer's cramp Psychasthenia Psychasthenic neurosis Psychogenic syncope[] They may complain about muscle tension and cramps, stomachaches, headaches, pain in the limbs and back, fatigue, or discomforts associated with pubertal changes.[]

  • Pulmonary Embolism

    Some individuals may also experience uncommon symptoms such as dizziness, back pain or wheezing.[] We investigated the incidence of syncope, examined the clinical factors associated with syncope, and assessed the association between syncope and the short-term outcomes of[] The pain in her back had been caused by a clot in her right lung.[]

  • Spondylolisthesis

    He continued to have back pain and developed subcutaneous nodules in both forearms.[] It may manifest in temporary symptoms of dizziness, syncope, nausea, or motor and sensory deficits in certain head positions.[] Jerry Talisman had suffered from chronic back pain on and off for over 50 years.[]

  • Supraventricular Tachycardia

    Symptom Checker and Care Guides Your Complete Guide to Being Well and Staying Healthy Healthy Living Back and Neck Care Millions of Americans suffer from back pain every year[] Age 40 years, feeling of dizziness/syncope or chest pain associated with tachycardia, the absence of heart disease or short PR interval was more frequent in patients with[] We describe the case of a pregnant woman who presented syncope due to drug-refractory supraventricular tachycardia who underwent catheter ablation without the use of fluoroscopy[]

  • Dissecting Aortic Aneurysm

    Dissecting aneurysms generally cause radiating back pain, chest pain, or symptoms caused by aortic insufficiency. Presentation solely with abdominal pain is rare.[] Following a further syncopal attack with severe thoracic pain, the patient was hospitalized at the intensive care unit.[] This 65 y/o male presented with chest and upper back pain.[]

  • Psoas Abscess

    Psoas abscess is commonly regarded as an unusual cause for back pains and usually associated with significant risk factors or co-morbidities.[] Yet it has a variety of complications such asvasovagal syncope, total spinal anesthesia, paralysis, root block, pneumothorax, needle breakage, skin infection, and hematoma[] At 1-, 6-, 12- and 24-months-follow-up, neither fever nor lower back pain were reported.[]

  • Thalassemia

    We report a case of a thalassemia major male patient with back pain associated to severe weakness in lower extremities resulting in the ability to ambulate only with assistance[] At the age of 18, the described patient presented with progressively worsening lethargy, headaches, dizziness, syncope and Raynaud's phenomenon.[] Clinical presentations include growth impairment, rickets-like features, back pain, spinal deformities, any sign of nerve compression, severe osteoporosis, and fragility fractures[]

  • Tubal Pregnancy

    Low back pain. Mild pain in the abdomen or pelvis. Mild cramping on one side of the pelvis. If you have any of these symptoms, you should call your doctor.[] Rupture may be heralded by sudden, severe pain, followed by syncope or by symptoms and signs of hemorrhagic shock or peritonitis.[] pain If you experience any of these symptoms you should go directly to the emergency room.[]

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