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1,031 Possible Causes for Blood in Stool, Jaundice, Liver Cirrhosis, Steatorrhea

  • Progressive Familial Intrahepatic Cholestasis

    RESULTS: Six patients who underwent PBD experienced short-term resolution of jaundice and pruritus.[] PATIENT CONCERNS: The present study reports a case of liver transplantation for decompensated liver cirrhosis caused by PFIC type 3.[] Depending on nature of mutation, may present as BRIC2 or PFIC2 PFIC2 – Presents as severe intrahepatic cholestasis in infancy BRIC2 – Presents as recurrent episodes of pruritus, steatorrhea[] Case reports of vitamin E deficiency due to steatorrhea causing reversible neurologic symptoms after supplementation and achievement of detectable serum levels have been reported[]

  • 3Beta-Hydroxy-Delta5-C27-Steroid Oxidoreductase Deficiency

    Jaundice is usually the first symptom: jaundice is the yellow coloring of the skin and whites of the eye, due to an abnormally high level of bilirubin.[] […] evident and patients may have fat-soluble vitamin malabsorption with rickets, corrected by vitamin supplementation, and/or other complications including bleeding diathesis (hematochezia[] […] and liver regeneration with scarring (cirrhosis), high blood pressure of the main vein of the liver (portal hypertension), and abnormal fluid retention and swelling in the[] The clinical presentation resembles that of congenital BAS defect type 1 (see this term) with hepatosplenomegaly, jaundice, fat-soluble vitamin malabsorption, and steatorrhea[]

  • Hemochromatosis

    Here we report the case of a 16-year-old Chinese boy, who was admitted with hepatalgia, jaundice, hyperpigmentation, and splenomegaly to our hospital.[] It is believed that this malformed gene either does not allow the body to regulate its intake of iron from the diet, or prevents it from discharging iron in stool.[] […] levels [3704 (Q1:2025, Q3:4463) vs 1338 (Q1:691, Q3:2468) μg/L, P 1000 μg/L) require regular screening even if they have no liver cirrhosis.[] […] of patients and can be accompanied by signs of chronic liver disease, such as abdominal pain and cutaneous stigmata of liver disease (palmar erythema, spider angioma, or jaundice[]

  • Obstructive Jaundice

    Our report highlights the varied aetiology of obstructive jaundice and the importance of including biliary ascariasis in the differential diagnosis of the jaundiced patient[] Lab studies Basic • FBC Blood film: aneamia, infection,Hgbpathy • Serum E/U/Cr • Urinalysis : bilirubin present, urobilinogen absent • Stool for ocult blood: ca ampula • Stool[] Medical jaundice can be related to: Hepatocellular jaundice - caused by a liver condition such as hepatitis and liver cirrhosis; and Haemolytic jaundice (blood disorder) -[] Some of these effects include : Steatorrhea (‘fatty stools’) Unintentional weight loss Softening of the bones (osteomalacia) Bleeding disorders Muscle pain and weakness Abnormal[]

  • Alcoholic Liver Disease

    The term acute alcoholic cholestasis is suggested for this apparently distinct syndrome of cholestatic jaundice in the absence of hepatitis.[] […] or passing blood in your stools This means ARLD is frequently diagnosed during tests for other conditions, or at a stage of advanced liver damage.[] Chronic hepatitis can lead to liver cirrhosis and liver failure. Alcoholic cirrhosis is the final and irreversible stage of ALD.[] DIAGNOSIS: The diagnosis of Zieve syndrome was confirmed based on hemolysis and cholestatic jaundice secondary to alcoholic liver disease and heavy drinking.[]

    Missing: Steatorrhea
  • Cholelithiasis

    Abstract We report the case of a newborn infant affected by congenital hyperinsulinism who developed cholelithiasis associated with cholestatic jaundice following treatment[] […] or Yin Deficiency : SP-6, ST-36, UB-18, UB-23 With Phlegm or plum-pit throat : PC-5, SP-3, ST-40 With fat intolerance, pale or pasty stools, and right sided hypochondriac[] ,Datong 037003,China; Clinical Significance of Determined Serum Ferritin,Alkaline Phosphatase and Gamma glutamyl transpeptidce in patients with Liver Cirrhosis [J];Anthology[] ‘These tumors are associated with diabetes mellitus, cholelithiasis, steatorrhea, and hypochlorhydria.’[]

  • Primary Biliary Cirrhosis

    CASE PRESENTATION: A 65-year-old male was admitted to our hospital with jaundice, pruritus, mild abdominal pain and darkening urine.[] A 64-year-old man had blood in his stool 17 months after he was given a diagnosis of PBC.[] Cirrhosis, Biliary/complications* Liver Cirrhosis, Biliary/diagnosis Liver Cirrhosis, Biliary/drug therapy Liver Cirrhosis, Biliary/immunology* Male Middle Aged Prednisolone[] In June 2008, she was admitted with intrahepatic cholestasis, steatorrhea, and spontaneous fractures of various ribs.[]

  • Esophageal Varices

    Esophageal Varices Esophagus Black, tarry or bloody stools Bloody vomit Fainting or feeling lightheaded from blood loss Jaundice Frequent bruising or bleeding Abdominal fluid[] Ballooning of blood vessels (veins) may cause vessels to rupture causing: vomiting of blood, tarry black stools.[] INTRODUCTION: Esophageal bleeding is one of the most important and dramatic complications of liver cirrhosis in our everyday practice.[] Abdominal angina - Mesenteric ischemia - Ischemic colitis - Angiodysplasia Malabsorption Coeliac - Tropical sprue - Blind loop syndrome - Whipple's - Short bowel syndrome - Steatorrhea[]

  • Portal Cirrhosis

    It has a lengthy latent period, usually followed by the sudden appearance of abdominal pain and swelling, hematemesis, dependent edema, or jaundice.[] The main symptoms and complications of portal hypertension include: Gastrointestinal bleeding: Black, tarry stools or blood in the stools; or vomiting of blood due to the[] Background: Portal vein thrombosis occurs in about 20% of patients with liver cirrhosis.[] Treatment of bleeding varices If you vomit blood or pass blood with your stools this is a medical emergency and you should go to hospital immediately.[]

  • Liver Cirrhosis

    The patient also presented with acute encephalopathy, jaundice, right upper quadrant abdominal pain and hyperbilirubinaemia (total bilirubin of 8.1 mg/dL with direct bilirubin[] She continued to produce recurrent melena with hematochezia and received up to 21 units of packed red blood cells.[] Many patients with liver cirrhosis will eventually decompensate and the treatment is liver transplantation.[] PSC is a progressive cholestatic disorder presenting with pruritus, steatorrhea, fat-soluble vitamin deficiencies, and metabolic bone disease.[]

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