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2,489 Possible Causes for Bilirubin Increased, Gaisbock's Syndrome, Peptic Ulcer

  • Polycythemia Vera

    Measurement of the red blood cell mass should differentiate this condition from Gaisbock syndrome, which is hypertension and pseudopolycythemia (ie, high hemoglobin levels[emedicine.medscape.com] Another possible mechanism for the development for peptic ulcer is increased histamine release and gastric hyperacidity related with polycythemia vera.[en.wikipedia.org] syndrome: associated with hypertension, obesity, anxiety or other causes; normal megakaryocytes, less cellular marrow, no increase in reticulin, more normal iron stores,[pathologyoutlines.com]

  • Myeloproliferative Disease

    ulcer disease The CBC of a person with PV looks like: Increased Hg: 12-28 Increased Hematocrit: 60% Elevated platelets WBC normal What are potential ways of managing PV?[quizlet.com] Blood clot Headache Excessive sweating Blurred vision or blind spots Dizziness Itchiness, especially after a warm shower or bath Redness or a purplish appearance of skin Peptic[cancersupportcommunity.org] ulcers Bloating or a feeling of fullness due to an enlarged spleen Congestive heart failure or angina Gout/inflammation of joints Learn About Diagnosis and Treatment Options[cancersupportcommunity.org]

  • Stress Polycythemia

    Types of secondary polycythemia Known as spurious polycythemia, stress polycythemia, or Gaisbock's syndrome, relative polycythemia is characterized by normal numbers of red[encyclopedia.com] Ulcer Disease 381 Pericarditis 382 Peritoneal Carcinomatosis 383 Peritonitis Secondary 384 Periumbilical Swelling 385 Photodermatoses 386 Pinworms 387 Pityriasis Alba 388[books.google.de] ulceration gout WCC/platelets/neutrophil alkaline phosphatase are raised ; this helps distinguish primary from secondary polycythaemia.[mrcpandme.blogspot.com]

    Missing: Bilirubin Increased
  • Polycythemia

    Increased bilirubin levels, called hyperbilirubinemia , can cause jaundice, a yellowing of the skin, eyes, and mucous membranes.[stanfordchildrens.org] Types of secondary polycythemia Known as spurious polycythemia, stress polycythemia, or Gaisbock's syndrome, relative polycythemia is characterized by normal numbers of red[encyclopedia.com] ulcers increased histamine release from basophils gout progression to Please rate topic.[step2.medbullets.com]

  • Portal Cirrhosis

    Furthermore, a failing liver produces inadequate clotting factors and increases the risk for bleeding.[innerbody.com] Such chronic gastrointestinal diseases as peptic ulcer, cirrhosis, and cholelithiasis are becoming increasingly recognized as health problems.[books.google.com] Alimentary hepatic impairment may be associated with chronic lesions of the gastrointestinal tract - gastroenterocolites, colitis (especially ulcerative), pancreatitis, peptic[medicalency.com]

    Missing: Gaisbock's Syndrome
  • Acute Pancreatitis

    Which of the patient's laboratory findings is associated with increased mortality?[medbullets.com] Abstract Peptic ulcer bleeding is treated using endoscopic hemostasis using clips or bands.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Acute pancreatitis was diagnosed if raised level of serum amylase (4-fold increase or more) was found in the presence of compatible clinical features.[web.archive.org]

    Missing: Gaisbock's Syndrome
  • Macronodular Cirrhosis

    Does increased indirect serum bilirubin suggest liver cell damage or primary biliary duct disease?[quizlet.com] Bilirubin. INR. Ascites. Encephalopathy. What are the complications of cirrhosis. (9) 1.[brainscape.com] Review formation of bilirubin. List 3 causes of pre-hepatic jaundice List 2 causes of post-hepatic jaundice. List 3 causes of hepatic jaundice.[quizlet.com]

    Missing: Gaisbock's Syndrome
  • Alcoholic Hepatitis

    […] serum bilirubin. mDH had increased to 58 by day four of hospitalization and steroids were added.[ddxof.com] Upper gastrointestinal bleeding does occur but is usually due to gastric erosions or peptic ulceration on a backgroung of coagulopathy Infections are very common.[euroliver.org] However, WBC count continued to be elevated to 97,190/microl (neutrophils 97.0%) despite improvement of total bilirubin and PT.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: Gaisbock's Syndrome
  • Gaisbock's Syndrome

    Related Genes Gaisbock's Syndrome has been researched against: POLYCYTHAEMIA Alternate Names Gaisbock's Syndrome is also known as Gaisbock Syndrome, Gaisboeck's Syndrome,[novusbio.com] Life threatening(5-10%)• Plethoric and cyanotic.• Intense pruritis and Peptic Ulceration(?)• Symptomatic gout(5-10%)?[slideshare.net] ulceration gout WCC/platelets/neutrophil alkaline phosphatase are raised ; this helps distinguish primary from secondary polycythaemia.[mrcpandme.blogspot.com]

    Missing: Bilirubin Increased
  • Antral G-Cell Hyperplasia

    In one study, a significant correlation was found between the degree of hyperemia and the concentration of bilirubin within gastric fluid. 30 However, congestion and edema[clinicalgate.com] The patient presented with weight loss and abdominal distension caused by antral and duodenal stenosis due to an inveterate peptic ulcer.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Ganguli PC, Polok JM, Pearse AGE, Elder JB (1974) Antral-gastrin-cell hyperplasia in peptic-ulcer disease. Lancet I: 583–586 Google Scholar 6.[link.springer.com]

    Missing: Gaisbock's Syndrome

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