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10 Possible Causes for Chronic Abdominal Pain, Parotid Gland Surgery, Renal Function Impaired

  • Nephrolithiasis

    Furthermore, if the stones are in the parotid gland, this will impact on the facial nerve, which controls movement on that side of the face, and passes through the parotid[] It was found that impaired renal function need not be a contraindication to surgical operation, and indeed that in five of seven patients with impaired renal function, serum[] function impairment No secondary ureteroscopy planned One of the drawbacks to using rigid or semirigid ureteroscopes for the management of kidney stones is the limited visualization[]

  • Pyelonephritis

    gland tumors using anatomical landmarks World Journal Of Surgery 32/ :2200-2203,2008 미만성 경화 아형 유두 갑상선암: 단일 기관에서의 17년 경험성 Journal.[] function impairment, and disturbance of consciousness.[] It usually lasts only a few days and does not cause any long-term, chronic joint problems. Abdominal pain.[]

  • Morbid Obesity

    Parotid gland swelling during/after surgery is a rare but known complication of general anesthesia.[] Further studies of daptomycin pharmacokinetics in morbidly obese patients with acute bacterial infections and impaired renal function are necessary to better predict appropriate[] Chronic abdominal pain was reported by 33.8%. Female gender, average strength of bodily pain, and the PCS sum score were associated with chronic abdominal pain.[]

  • Plasmacytoma

    Final histopathology was plasma cell neoplasm of the parotid gland.[] […] of renal function.[] The authors describe a case of an elderly man presenting with nonspecific chronic abdominal pain and a new 4-cm hepatic mass.[]

  • Papillary Cystadenoma of the Kidney

    Although it can occur elsewhere, it most commonly arises in the parotidgland (the only tumor virtually restricted to the parotid).[] renal function.[] Case Presentation A 45-year-old man presented with a history of a dull aching pain in the left flank and progressive abdominal distention since 4 years ago.[]

  • Hyperhidrosis or Diaphoresis

    gland infection or surgical treatment of Bell’s palsy 40,63.[] Impaired renal function 3. Hypertension 4. Fluid retention and edema 5. Impaired liver function 6. Serious infectious diseases 7. Simultaneous use of chlorpromazine 8.[] pain, diarrhea, fatigue, a low-grade fever) 30 Chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia (musculoskeletal pain) Sarcoidosis (chest pain, cough, fatigue) 21,24,35 Pericarditis[]

  • Metastatic Renal Cell Carcinoma

    Although it can occur elsewhere, it most commonly arises in the parotidgland (the only tumor virtually restricted to the parotid).[] […] effects – impaired kidney function Fatigue.[] The patient presented with severe abdominal pain and lower gastrointestinal bleeding with anticoagulation from recent pulmonary embolism.[]

  • Macroamylasemia

    Parotitis is usually caused by trauma or surgery of the salivary gland, radiation to the neck area involving the parotid gland followed subsequently by duct obstruction, or[] function impairment buffer ph most effective at allowing amphoteric proteins to migrate toward the cathode magnesium carbonate added in iron binding capacity determination[] An 11-year-old girl was referred for chronic abdominal pain and growth retardation associated with persistent hyperamylasemia and suspected chronic pancreatitis.[]

  • Enamel Hypoplasia Cataracts and Aqueductal Stenosis

    No, some result from skull fracture, facial nerve laceration, ear surgery, malignancy of the parotid gland, or middle ear infection.[] OCD, ASD) Head circumference (rapid increase might indicate SEGA or hydrocephalus) Visual acuity (screening for visual symptoms to suggest optic hamartoma) Renal function[] […] kidney disease Causes hypercalcemia, which can present as stones, bones, groans and psychiatric overtones (renal stones, weakness and constipation, abdominal/flank pain,[]

  • Peripheral Motor Neuropathy - Dysautonomia Syndrome

    This phenomenon frequently occurs after injury or surgery in the region of the parotid gland (Frey syndrome).[51] The mechanism is ascribed to post-traumatic misdirection[] The authors concluded that these findings suggested that SudoScan may be useful for detecting patients at risk of impaired renal function as part of a screening program in[] In acute poisoning neurologic symptoms appear 2-3 weeks after the initial gastrointestinal manifestations (abdominal burning pain, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea within hours-days[]