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379 Possible Causes for C-Reactive Protein Increased, Dyspepsia, Gastropathy, Loss of Appetite

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Sometimes, myocardial infarction can appear as dyspepsia and epigastric pain. In children, abdominal pain may be the only presenting feature in pneumonia.[] Such children usually exhibit irritability (fussiness), lack of appetite (anorexia), and gas as signals of their discomfort.[] Symptoms include anorexia, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal discomfort.[] Assess for features of dehydration: Mild dehydration: lassitude, anorexia, nausea, light-headedness, postural hypotension.[]

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  • Crohn's Disease

    Interestingly, high levels of E. coli outer membrane protein C antibodies are present in 37-55% of Crohn's disease patients and reactivity to outer membrane protein C is associated[] SE Shim, Milan Bassan, Jamshid S Kalantar, Martin D Weltman, Michael Jones, Nicholas Powell and Nicholas J Talley , Duodenal eosinophilia and early satiety in functional dyspepsia[] People suffering from Crohn’s often experience loss of appetite and may lose weight as a result. A feeling of low energy and fatigue is also common.[] In this case, the patient who continued to experience symptoms (loose bowels, dyspepsia and bloating) improved through stronger adherence and changing the texture/form of[]

  • Stomach Perforation

    […] right of the midline indicating the perforation of a duodenal ulcer , while a gastric ulcer perforation reveals itself by burning pain in epigastrium, with flatulence and dyspepsia[] You might notice other symptoms instead, such as: loss of appetite feeling and being sick burping or bloating after eating losing weight without trying When it's something[] In all types of perforation, nausea, vomiting, and anorexia are common. Bowel sounds are quiet to absent.[]

  • Gastritis

    Erosive Gastritis Erosive gastropathy (disorder) Gastritis (disorder) Gastritis [Ambiguous] Gastritis unspecified (disorder) Hemorrhagic Gastritis Idiopathic erosive/hemorrhagic[] Gastritis, also called dyspepsia, is an inflammation of the lining of the stomach.[] Other symptoms may include frequent belching, loss of appetite or vomiting. These abruptly appearing signs allow the disease to be detected in good time.[] CASE PRESENTATION: We present a 47-year-old woman from southeast Asia with dyspepsia and mild anemia.[]

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  • Acute Gastritis

    Upper gastrointestinal endoscopy showed a gastric picture resembling lymphoma or acute non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug gastropathy (deep, large and irregular ulcers),[] Abstract Numerous studies implicated Helicobacter pylori as one causative agent producing gastritis and dyspepsia.[] Depends on the etiology (see below). asymptomatic epigastric pain/tenderness nausea and vomiting loss of appetite Etiology infection: H. pylori (most common) systemic illness[] Erosive Gastritis Erosive gastropathy (disorder) Gastritis (disorder) Gastritis [Ambiguous] Gastritis unspecified (disorder) Hemorrhagic Gastritis Idiopathic erosive/hemorrhagic[]

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  • Hypertrophic Gastritis

    The cases of 43 patients with hypoproteinemic hypertrophic gastropathy (Ménétrièr's disease) seen at the Mayo Clinic during 1970 to 1980 are reviewed.[] Individuals with the disease present with upper abdominal pain (epigastric), at times accompanied by nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, edema, weakness, and weight loss.[] Hypertrophic, also known as menetrier disease , is related to non-hypoproteinemic hypertrophic gastropathy and gastrointestinal stromal tumor , and has symptoms including dyspepsia[] Granular hypertrophic gastritis Characterized by loss of appetite, pain in the upper abdomen, and General weakness. The pain become strong in the morning.[]

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  • Gastritis Medicamentosa

    MAP OF SOURCE CONCEPT IS CONTEXT DEPENDENT 6011000124106 MAPTARGET K29.60 6011000124106 MAPADVICE IF NSAID-ASSOCIATED GASTROPATHY CHOOSE T39.395?[] Reflux Disease (GERD I found great releif from Proviva weight loss or loss of appetite; also treat indigestion symptoms by This type of indigestion is called functional dyspepsia[] […] of appetite for the last two years.[] Dyspepsia Bloating Nausea/vomiting Anorexia Epigastric tenderness Heartburn Dyspepsia Epigastric pain or discomfort (episodic and chronic) Bloating, indigestion, eructation[]

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  • Peptic Ulcer

    […] gastritis and eosinophilic gastritis Uremic gastropathy Celiac disease Henoch-Schönlein gastritis Corrosive gastropathy Crohn disease Autoimmune disease Other granulomatous[] However, the link between molecular H2 and the pathogenesis of peptic-ulcer disease (PUD) and non-ulcerous dyspepsia (NUD) by the enzymatic activity of H. pylori still remains[] […] of appetite.[] Non-ulcer dyspepsia refers to these same symptoms but without the presence of an ulcer.[]

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  • Delayed Gastric Emptying

    References Koch KL: Diabetic gastropathy. Gastric neuromuscular dysfunction in diabetes mellitus: a review of symptoms, pathophysiology, and treatment.[] KEYWORDS: Functional dyspepsia; autonomic nervous system; heart rate variability; proximal gastric emptying; scintigraphy; spectral analysis[] Preoperative symptoms of nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, weight loss, postprandial complaints, and dysphagia were retrospectively determined.[] Clinical findings Abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, bloating, loss of appetite, gastric muscle spasms, variable glucose levels.[]

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  • Atrophic Gastritis

    Reactive gastropathy / chemical gastritis Includes most acute gastritis Various causes including: Alcohol NSAIDS and other drugs Bile and/or duodenal contents (alkaline)[] BACKGROUND: Dyspepsia is a common symptom in residents of Leh, a high-altitude region in Ladakh, India.[] Patients additionally complain about indigestion and may occasionally suffer from nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite and weight loss.[] However, if an H. pylori infection is present, common symptoms include: stomach pain nausea and vomiting loss of appetite unexpected weight loss stomach ulcers iron deficiency[]

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