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27 Possible Causes for Chronic Abdominal Pain, Parotid Gland Surgery, Tachycardia

  • 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[] Dysuria (burning pain on micturation) Tachycardia Decreased blood pressure – can lead to septic shock.[] This may be accompanied by nausea, vomiting, tachycardia Bladder stone Characterised by dysuria( pain or burning during micturition), frequency and urgency 6.[]

  • Median Arcuate Ligament Syndrome

    gland.[] Abstract Chronic abdominal pain (CAP) occurs in children and adolescents with a reported prevalence of 4% to 41% with significant direct and indirect costs to the child, family[] Six patients required re-admission for tachycardia, pancreatitis, or a segmental pulmonary embolus. All six pateints were treated non-operatively.[]

  • Pyelonephritis

    gland tumors using anatomical landmarks World Journal Of Surgery 32/ :2200-2203,2008 미만성 경화 아형 유두 갑상선암: 단일 기관에서의 17년 경험성 Journal.[] It usually lasts only a few days and does not cause any long-term, chronic joint problems. Abdominal pain.[] Signs include fever, tachycardia, and pronounced costovertebral angle tenderness.[]

  • Autonomic Nervous System Disorder

    Gustatory sweating may follow surgery to the parotid gland (Frey’s syndrome) or be the result of diabetic autonomic neuropathy.[] Children with these disorders often develop chronic abdominal pain after a significant stressful event, such as an acute illness or a psychological stressor like a parent’[] Emily suffers from Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS), which causes an abnormal heart rate upon standing.[]

  • Morbid Obesity

    Parotid gland swelling during/after surgery is a rare but known complication of general anesthesia.[] 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.[] […] arrhythmias because of: myocardial hypertrophy and hypoxaemia; hypokalaemia from diuretic therapy; coronary artery disease; increased circulating catecholamines; OSA (sinus tachycardia[]

  • Adenoma

    Lymph nodes of head and neck and parotid gland revealed no enlargement. Surgery by wide excision was planned.[] abdominal pain.[] Low calcium blood levels, causing tachycardia, were detected in the postoperative period, and managed with intravenous administration of calcium.[]

  • Lipoma

    Ventricular tachycardia in a patient with cardiac lipoma. J Cardiovasc Electrophysiol. 1999 Aug. 10(8):1161. [Medline]. Furlong MA, Fanburg-Smith JC, Miettinen M.[] Discussion Intraglandular lipoma of the parotid gland should be included as a rare possibility in the differential diagnosis of tumours involving the parotid gland.[] View larger version (57K) Fig. 6A. — 52-year-old man with chronic upper abdominal pain due to multiple lipomas.[]

  • Plasmacytoma

    Final histopathology was plasma cell neoplasm of the parotid gland.[] The authors describe a case of an elderly man presenting with nonspecific chronic abdominal pain and a new 4-cm hepatic mass.[] Ballanti, Elena Mastrodicasa, Niccolò Bolli, Flavia Lotti, Ilaria Capolsini, Laura Berchicci, Carla Merigiola, Giampiero Giordano and Antonio Tabilio , Sustained ventricular tachycardia[]

  • Lingular Tonsillitis

    To date, nerve monitoring of the spinal accessory nerve is not widely accepted as it is for cranial base surgery, parotid gland surgery or thyroid surge [427] .[] Muscle pain; Pain behind the eyes (retro-orbital pain); Ganglion cysts; Sore throat or easy uising); Abdominal pain; Persistent vomiting; Somnolence.[] On clinical review she was dysphonic and demonstrating early signs of sepsis, with a low grade temperature of 37.9 C and mild tachycardia.[]

  • Blue Rubber Bleb Nevus Syndrome

    On presentation, he was normotensive with a sinus tachycardia. His hemoglobin was 6.1 mg/dL, and the platelet count was 202.0 mg/dL.[] 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. Bean WB.[] We herein report a rare presentation of BRBNS in an adult who suffered from intermittent abdominal pain and melaena for three years.[]

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