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207 Possible Causes for Bilirubin Increased, Bleeding Gums, Petechiae

  • Myeloproliferative Disease

    Excessive bleeding. This may appear as nosebleeds, bleeding gums or bruising.[] […] of splenic infarction and perisplenitis Clinical symptoms can include the following: Pallor (except in patients with polycythemia vera) Plethora secondary to polycythemia Petechiae[] Bleeding in excess (even when you get a minor cut) Sinus infections Skin infections Urinary tract infections ( UTIs ) Headaches Fatigue Bruising easily Night sweats Fevers Petechiae[]

  • Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria

    The symptoms include: bleeding gums bruising a fever shortness of breath weight loss skin rashes bone pain fatigue Thrombosis The most serious possible complication, although[] […] fatigue, tachycardia, jaundice, and gross hematuria acute hemolytic episodes from activators of complement surgery infection stress alcohol thrombocytopenia: mucosal bleeding, petechiae[] […] in total bilirubin concentrations (median 3.4 mg/dL; range 2.1-8.1 mg/dL) during chronic eculizumab treatment and normal/or slightly increased serum aminotransferase activities[]

  • Cephalhematoma

    Bleeding (Medical Encyclopedia) Bleeding gums (Medical Encyclopedia) Bleeding into the skin (Medical Encyclopedia) Intraventricular hemorrhage of the newborn (Medical Encyclopedia[] We report here a patient with parvovirus-associated petechiae and cephalhematoma. The patient was a previously healthy 10-year-old boy.[] Infants with cephalohematoma are also at a heightened risk for developing jaundice, because as the blood breaks down, the levels of bilirubin increase.[]

  • Primary Biliary Cirrhosis

    Patients in the advanced stages of cirrhosis require periodic and thorough monitoring to detect blood loss in the form of hematemesis, tarry stools, bleeding gums, frequent[] Initial labs are notable for increased conjugated bilirubin, increased cholesterol, and increased alkaline phosphatase.[] Jaundice, a yellowing of the skin and eyes resulting from increased bilirubin in the blood. Collections of cholesterol under the skin.[]

  • Subperiosteal Hemorrhage

    Scurvy is characterized by muscle, joint, and bone pain; swollen, bleeding gums; and subperiosteal and perifollicular petechial hemorrhages.[] The body is both wasted and edematous, and petechiae and ecchymoses are commonly present.[] Infants with cephalohematoma are also at a heightened risk for developing jaundice, because as the blood breaks down, the levels of bilirubin increase.[]

  • Cisplatin

    ., sinusitis, tooth abscess, etc abnormal or heavy bleeding bleeding gums unusual tiredness severe nausea and vomiting numbness or weakness of the arms and legs dizziness[] Or you may have lots of tiny red spots or bruises on your arms or legs (known as petechia).[] , blood bilirubin increased Respiratory, thoracic and mediastinal disorders Not known Pulmonary embolism Skin and subcutaneous tissue disorders Not known Rash, alopecia Musculoskeletal[]

  • Chronic Immune Thrombocytopenic Purpura

    A decrease in platelets can result in easy bruising, bleeding gums, and internal bleeding.[] Petechiae on the lower extremities Oral petechiae/purpura - lower lip Petechia on the tongue in a person with platelets of 3 due to ITP Petechia of the lower leg in a person[] The most frequent drug-related adverse events were chills, pyrexia, an increase in bilirubin, and headache; events were mainly mild or moderate. there was no severe hemolysis[]

  • Mercaptopurine

    (see liver problems) Increased bilirubin, increased liver enzymes, jaundice, abdominal swelling (ascites). Increased with higher doses of drug.[] Watch for signs of abnormal bleeding (ecchymoses, petechiae, melena, bleeding gums) if thrombocytopenia develops; report immediately.[] Injury first arose after a dose escalation in 59% of patients, the median latency after dose increase being 44 (range, 3 to 254) days.[]

  • Caspofungin

    gums blood in the urine or stools bloody nose chest pain or discomfort clay-colored stools cloudy urine constipation dark urine decreased appetite depression drowsiness fever[] […] disorders: Hematuria, renal failure Respiratory, thoracic, and mediastinal disorders: Dyspnea, epistaxis, hypoxia, tachypnea Skin and subcutaneous tissue disorders: Erythema, petechiae[] Caspofungin is safe in HR-LTRs, although bilirubin levels may be increased.[]

  • Factor VII Deficiency

    Mild symptoms might include: bruising and soft tissue bleeding longer bleeding time from wounds or dental extractions bleeding in joints nosebleeds bleeding gums heavy menstrual[] The symptoms listed in order of frequency were as follows: epistaxis, petechia or ecchymose, easy bruising, and oral cavity bleeding.[] Sequestration of blood within body cavities including brain can result increased bilirubin production.[]

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