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1,905 Possible Causes for Bronchospasm and Wheezing, Liver Enzymes Abnormal, Steatorrhea

  • Cystic Fibrosis

    However, only four of these 18 participants in this subset had abnormal liver enzymes at baseline.[] […] can be readily differentiated from idiopathic steatorrhea by the low percentage of split fat in the stools associated with the former and the normal percentage characterizing[] The most common form of cystic fibrosis is associated with respiratory symptoms, digestive problems (steatorrhea and/or constipation) and staturoponderal growth anomalies.[]

  • Amyloidosis

    Generally, the amyloid-infiltrated liver feels very hard, and elevated liver enzymes (particularly alkaline phosphatase) and other liver function abnormalities may be detected[] The symptoms include diarrhea, steatorrhea, or constipation. Pseudo-obstruction carries a particularly grave prognosis, often not responding to pro-motility agents.[] Microscopic examination of a stool specimen stained with Sudan III showed steatorrhea with no evidence of parasites.[]

  • Duodenal Carcinoid Syndrome

    Fatty Liver (NASH) Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease or NASH occurs due to the accumulation of abnormal amounts of fat within the liver. Fatty liver...[] Bronchospasm, like asthma, may occur often as a late feature with wheezing, for example. Additionally, there are three types of heart manifestations.[] Idiopathic Steatorrhœa (Non-Tropical Sprue: Primary Malabsorption Syndrome; Gluten-Induced Enteropathy; Adult Cœlic Disease) Nutritional and Metabolic Consequences of Idiopathic Steatorrhea[]

  • Food Allergy

    IgE-mediated pulmonary symptoms may include laryngeal edema, cough, or bronchospasm.[] The finding of steatorrhea in weaned children and in adults without cystic fibrosis was described as a single nosological entity by Samuel Gee, in a rapidly developing England[] […] definitions” for celiac disease [ 3 ]. 4.1 Classic celiac disease Patients with classic celiac disease present with signs and symptoms of malabsorption, including diarrhea, steatorrhea[]

    Missing: Liver Enzymes Abnormal
  • Hemochromatosis

    The disease is usually diagnosed as a result of family screening or after a blood test indicates a high level of iron or abnormal liver enzymes.[] Mild liver enzyme abnormalities: eliminating hemochromatosis as a cause. Clin Chem 1997 ; 43 : 1535 -1538. Barton JC, Grindon AF, Barton NH, Bertoli LF.[] Furthermore, liver biopsy is also recommended for compound heterozygotes with elevated TS and abnormal liver enzyme levels or clinical evidence of liver disease.[]

    Missing: Bronchospasm and Wheezing
  • Chronic Pancreatitis

    Blood will be tested for abnormal levels of pancreatic enzymes, white blood cells, blood sugar, calcium, and liver function.[] Nausea and vomiting Steatorrhea: Frequent, oily, foul-smelling bowel movements.[] […] include abdominal pain, malabsorption and diabetes mellitus Inflammation of the pancreas that is characterized by recurring or persistent abdominal pain with or without steatorrhea[]

    Missing: Bronchospasm and Wheezing
  • Steatorrhea

    , abnormalities in liver enzyme function, and loss of fats in stools ( steatorrhea ).[] Steatorrhea (or steatorrhoea) is the presence of excess fat in feces.[] Steatorrhea in Digestive disorders - affects the production and release of the enzyme lipase from the pancreas, or bile from the liver, which are substances that aid digestion[]

    Missing: Bronchospasm and Wheezing
  • 3Beta-Hydroxy-Delta5-C27-Steroid Oxidoreductase Deficiency

    […] jaundice, enlarged liver, abnormal liver enzyme tests), steatorrhea, or complications from decreased fat soluble vitamin absorption; and Cholic acid (Cholbam) is being used[] Hepatomegaly, splenomegaly, and steatorrhea are also common symptoms that complete the clinical picture, alongside vitamin deficiencies.[] A low level of sulphation of the abnormal trihydroxy bile acid formed as a result of enzyme deficiency may be of importance for survival.[]

    Missing: Bronchospasm and Wheezing
  • Pulmonary Embolism

    This includes a full blood count, clotting status (PT, aPTT, TT), and some screening tests (erythrocyte sedimentation rate, renal function, liver enzymes, electrolytes).[] If one of these is abnormal, further investigations might be warranted to the issue.Troponin levels are increased in between 16–47% with pulmonary embolism.[]

    Missing: Steatorrhea
  • Hyperactive Airway Disease

    Wheezing requires movement of gas through narrowed airways and so in severe bronchospasm wheeze is absent. Similarly, breath sounds may be reduced or absent.[] Steatorrhea and failure to thrive further suggest cystic fibrosis. With the widespread use of neonatal screening, cystic fibrosis is often discovered at birth.[] These signs may include wheezing, shortness of breath, and dry cough. Prevention There is no known way to prevent bronchospasm.[]

    Missing: Liver Enzymes Abnormal

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