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308 Possible Causes for Bilious Vomiting

  • Small Bowel Obstruction

    The patient complained of severe abdominal pain and unrelenting bilious vomiting.[] Category: Blog , Rapid Review Tagged: SBO , Small bowel obstruction Read more Small Bowel Obstruction Causes: adhesions (pelvic surgery) tumor hernia (inguinal) Proximal: bilious[] Case Report A 64-year female presented to emergency department with 3 days history of right upper quadrant pain radiating to umbilicus with bilious vomiting.[]

  • Intestinal Malrotation

    Patients typically show features of bowel obstruction (abdominal pain , distension, bilious vomiting) or of bowel ischemia and gangrene ( tachycardia , hypotension , hematochezia[] Malrotation often presents during the neonatal period with bilious vomiting.[] Their symptoms may range from acute abdominal pain with bilious vomiting to chronic vague abdominal discomfort with nausea, diarrhea and malabsorption.[]

  • Duodenal Stenosis

    He had intermittent non-bilious vomiting up to 20 times a day, constipation with bowels opening every 4 to 5 days and occasional bilious aspirates.[] If the defect is located proximal to the major duodenal papilla , nonbilious vomiting occurs, whereas a defect occurring distal to the papilla causes bilious vomiting.[] Case report – The patient is 2 year old aged girl with persistent non-bilious vomiting.[]

  • Hirschsprung's Disease

    vomiting • In older infants  Wasting  Failure to thrive  Distended abdomen  Chronic constipation 16.[] View/Print Table TABLE 1 Symptoms of Hirschsprung’s Disease Infants Bilious vomiting Enterocolitis-associated diarrhea Failure to pass meconium in the first 24 hours of life[] About 75 percent of children with Hirschsprung disease have symptoms of abdominal distension, and about 25 percent have bilious vomiting. 2.[]

  • Duodenal Atresia

    An abdominal radiography was performed in the clinical setting of non-bilious vomiting and absence of meconium passage.[] Bilious vomiting, with or without abdominal distention, is usually the first sign of small bowel obstruction.[] Bilious vomiting commonly occurs within the first day of life. The vomiting is described as "bilious", because it contains bile acid.[]

  • Necrotizing Enterocolitis

    The baby may have lethargy, poor feeding, bilious vomiting, distended abdomen and blood in stools.[] vomiting ( 70 percent), Apnea/Bradycardia.[] Visible to naked eye intestinal loops Bilious vomiting Stool change (bloody mucoid) Decrease of peristaltic sounds Erythema of the abdomen wall Ascites Nonspecific systemic[]

  • Annular Pancreas

    […] not through vomiting tho coz both will have bilious vomiting! Last edited: Apr 21, 2013 That is true.[] The usual presentation is with bilious vomiting and intolerance to feed, however, the patient may have associated prolonged jaundice.[] […] the duodenum * Clinical Findings Frequently asymptomatic May present either in infancy or, more commonly, 4 th -5 th decade of life In newborn, duodenal obstruction with bilious[]

  • Volvulus

    […] gender -abdominal pain -vomiting -lethargy/irritability -blood per rectum/ currant jelly stool -hypovolemic shock MC site: Jejunal Atresia - Bilious vomit at birth - Distended[] After the age of 2 months, bilious and non-bilious vomiting occur with equal frequency.[] -Bilious vomiting -infant age -dark blood in diaper -abdominal distension - Pre-term Baby - Intramural Air - Distended Abdomne - ( ) Blood in stool -age 6 to 12 months -male[]

  • Intussusception

    Most describe the symptoms of intussusception as a triad of colicky abdominal pain , bilious vomiting , and "currant jelly" stool.[] ; however, vomiting is always non-bilious.[] This vomiting is usually not associated with eating and may be bilious (yellow-green colored) Some affected individuals who do not seek early medical attention may pass "currant[]

  • Communicating Hydrocephalus

    Case Presentation: A 52‐year‐old Hispanic woman presented with bilious vomiting of 1 day's duration.[]

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