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2,729 Possible Causes for Chronic Abdominal Pain, Colonoscopy Abnormal, Parotid Gland Surgery

  • Adenocarcinoma of the Colon

    Right Sided Tumors Left Sided Tumors Anemia Change in Bowel Habits Abdominal Pain Rectal Blood Loss Weight Loss Abdominal Pain Change in Bowel Habits * Associated with chronic[] During colonoscopy, any abnormal area (such as a polyp) is checked for cancer cells. Often, the abnormal tissue can be removed entirely during colonoscopy.[] Clinics - Change bowel habits including constipation and diarrhea - Melena - Abdominal pain - Anemia due to chronic low-grade bleeding - Weight loss - Fever - Malaise.[]

    Missing: Parotid Gland Surgery
  • Cecal Adenocarcinoma

    A 77-year-old woman was transferred to our institution for abdominal pain, fever, and leukocytosis.[] No regional lymph node, ascites, or other abnormalities were found. Results of a colonoscopy performed at another hospital several months earlier were normal.[] If curative surgical resection has been achieved, repeated checks on a yearly basis by colonoscopy are advisable.[]

    Missing: Parotid Gland Surgery
  • Diverticulitis of the Colon

    pain and fever.[] […] lesions such as polyps or cancer or Crohn’s disease with colonoscopy (unless colonoscopy has already been done within a reasonable time frame).[] A colonoscopy is a test that allows our doctors to examine your entire colon and rectum for abnormalities using a long, flexible tube with a tiny video camera at the tip ([]

    Missing: Parotid Gland Surgery
  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease Type 1

    Chronic abdominal pain can be a difficult diagnostic dilemma.[] […] or colonoscopy procedure could miss.[] […] surgery, chronic abdominal pain, and/or a low quality of life index.[]

    Missing: Parotid Gland Surgery
  • Ulcerative Colitis

    Signs and symptoms include abdominal pain, diarrhea, fever, weight loss, and intestinal hemorrhage. Chronic inflammation of the colon that produces ulcers in its lining.[] Colonoscopy uses a lighted flexible instrument, inserted through the rectum, to look at the inner surface of the colon.[] Colonoscopy.[]

    Missing: Parotid Gland Surgery
  • Colonic Crohn Disease

    The most common presenting symptom in children is recurrent or chronic abdominal pain.[] For example, primary symptoms of ulcerative colitis include: Bloody diarrhea Abdominal pain Poor appetite Weight loss Lack of bowel control Chronic fatigue Symptoms of Crohn[] Symptoms may include chronic diarrhea, rectal bleeding, weight loss, fever, abdominal pain and tenderness, feeling of mass or fullness in the lower-right abdomen, and delayed[]

    Missing: Parotid Gland Surgery
  • Amebiasis

    Presentation of liver abscess may be acute with fever and abdominal pain, tachypnea, and liver tenderness and hepatomegaly, or chronic with weight loss, vague abdominal symptoms[] Chronic amebic infection of the colon can mimic inflammatory bowel disease and manifests as intermittent nondysenteric diarrhea with abdominal pain, mucus, flatulence, and[] A 62-year-old man was admitted to our hospital with complaints of abdominal pain and rectal bleeding.[]

    Missing: Parotid Gland Surgery
  • Blue Rubber Bleb Nevus Syndrome

    Case of naevus involving the parotid gland, and causing death from suffocation. Naevi of the viscera. Trans Pathol Soc (Lond). 1860;11:267. [ Google Scholar ] 2.[] We herein report a rare presentation of BRBNS in an adult who suffered from intermittent abdominal pain and melaena for three years.[] No abnormalities were detected on oesophago gastroduodenoscopy.[]

  • Constipation

    We present the case of an 11-year-old boy with a 4-month history of chronic constipation and abdominal pain who presented to the children's ED.[] […] an abnormal barium enema, a colonoscopy would then be necessary if abnormalities were found.[] CASE: A 16-year-old female presented with 5 months of chronic, episodic abdominal pain of increasing severity with associated mucoid stools, constipation, encopresis, and[]

    Missing: Parotid Gland Surgery
  • Gastritis

    Although many individuals with gastritis may have no symptoms, both acute and chronic gastritis may have symptoms of abdominal pain , nausea , vomiting , and occasionally,[] In addition, she had collagenous duodenitis in part of the bulbs, and a colonoscopy showed no abnormalities.[] More advanced imaging and procedures may be necessary, such as a CT scan, upper endoscopy, colonoscopy, barium enema, or MRI.[]

    Missing: Parotid Gland Surgery