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99 Possible Causes for Biliary Colic, Clay-Colored Stool

  • Cholelithiasis

    Clay-colored stools. Nausea and vomiting. Tests to Diagnose Cholelithiasis Ultrasound of the abdomen. CT scan of the abdomen.[] Abstract A small fraction of patients undergoing cholecystectomy for biliary colic are subsequently diagnosed with an obstructive pancreatic head mass.[] Steatorrhea, dark amber urine, constipation, jaundice, clay colored stools, pruritus (itchy) Lab values WBC count elevated (leukocytosis) normal is 5-10K, liver function studies[]

  • Choledocholithiasis

    Clay-colored stool – the characteristic brownish color of the stool is given to it by the bile.[] DDx Biliary leaks Liver abscess Infected choledochal cysts Cholecystitis Mirizzi syndrome Right lower lobe pneumonia/empyema Lab values Biliary Colic Cholecystitis Choledocholithiasis[] Fever Jaundice, or yellowing of skin and whites of the eyes Loss of appetite Nausea and vomiting Clay-colored stools Blockage and infection caused by stones in the biliary[]

  • Acute Cholecystitis

    You may feel: Sharp, cramping, or dull pain Steady pain Pain that spreads to your back or below your right shoulder blade Other symptoms that may occur include: Clay-colored[] Laboratory results are usually normal in patients with biliary colic.[] […] of Acute Cholecystitis include: Fever Sharp cramping or dull pain over the right upper quadrant of the abdomen, which may sometimes spread to the back Nausea and vomiting Clay-colored[]

  • Ascending Cholangitis

    Other symptoms include fever, chills, clay-colored stools, vomiting and nausea, dark urine, and skin yellowing (jaundice).[] That is more representative of biliary colic (even though biliary colic itself is often persistent) and maybe choledocholithiasis.[] Dark urine and clay-colored stools. Nausea and vomiting. Yellowing of the skin (jaundice), which may come and go. Quick diagnosis and treatment are very important.[]

  • Cholestasis

    Jaundice and Intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy (ICP) The increased build-up of bilirubin leads to jaundice, dark colored urine and pale white clay colored stool.[] Hepatitis Consequences Jaundice Pruritus Biliary colic Ascending cholangitis Blood culture. Malabsorption, especially Vitamin K deficiency Osteomalacia Biliary cirrhosis[] […] of bile is blocked, it can cause a variety of symptoms, such as: Itchy skin Pain in the upper right quadrant of the abdomen Inability to digest certain foods Dark urine Clay-colored[]

  • Ampulla of Vater Obstruction Syndrome

    stool)灰白色便(無胆汁便)[] Biliary colic occurs when the ducts become partially obstructed.[] CHEMOTHERAPY Triclabendazole Single dose of 10 mg/kg Better absorption with fatty meal Adverse effect – biliary colic; antispasmodic to be administered concurrently Other[]

  • Bile Duct Stricture

    Cholestasis due to chronic pancreatitis has been well documented. Previous reports describe the gamut of biochemical, radiological and clinical findings in these patients. We wish to present the unusual association of a relatively asymptomatic cholangitis due to common bile duct (CBD) stricture induced by calcific[…][]

  • Biliary Tree Disease

    stools as dz evolves. - serum bilirubin starts out with 6-12, only mod elevated aminotransferase, alkaline phosphatase. congenital dilations of common bile duct. most often[] The examination of patients with biliary colic may only reveal RUQ or epigastric tenderness.[] In the elderly patient, biliary colic is more likely to accompany bile duct stones with or without cholecystitis.[]

  • Gallbladder Carcinoma

    colic.[] colic and gallstones.[] […] associated with chronic Salmonella typhi infection Klatskin's tumor occurs at junction of hepatic ducts and CBD lethal with mean survival of 9-12 mos Presentation Persistent biliary[]

  • Secondary Sclerosing Cholangitis

    Homepage Rare diseases Search Search for a rare disease Secondary sclerosing cholangitis Disease definition A rare, biliary tract disease characterized by development of sclerosing cholangitis due to a known primary insult to the biliary tree, including infections, autoimmune disease, exposure to toxic agents,[…][]

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