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936 Possible Causes for Colic, Hernia

  • Intestinal Obstruction

    An internal hernia is a rare cause of intestinal obstruction, which can occur at any age.[] A colonoscopy revealed polyps in the rectum, sigmoid colon, descending colon, and right and left colic flexures.[] In renal colic the pain is distinctly in the lumbar region, and if reflected is reflected to the pelvis and thigh. Blood is usually found in the urine.[]

  • Small Bowel Obstruction

    Internal hernia related to paracecal hernia is a rare disease and is difficult to confirm by preoperative diagnosis.[] Bowel obstruction is followed by strong colic pain and shock, which inevitably leads to death, especially in cases when an adequate therapy is not taken on time.[] An intramesosigmoid hernia is 1 of the 3 rare types of sigmoid-related hernias that could be complicated by intestinal obstruction.[]

  • Large Bowel Obstruction

    Internal hernias are a rare cause of intestinal obstruction. Paraduodenal hernias are the most common type of internal hernias.[] If the obstruction involved the right colon resection and primary ileo-colic anastomosis was performed, while for a lesion in the left colon a resection and primary colocolic[] Clinical features of large bowel obstruction The typical clinical features are: Abdominal pain due to distension and colic.[]

  • Abdominal Hernia

    Ventral hernias occur anteriorly, such as umbilical and epigastric hernias.[] If any such hernias are found, perioperative hernia repair should be considered and postoperative diuresis should be undertaken under close observation.[] RESULTS: Between January 2004 and December 2005, 11 patients underwent complex ventral hernia repairs with bridging ADM.[]

  • Meckel Diverticulum

    Any hernia containing Meckel's diverticulum is classified as a Littre hernia.[] […] diverticulum include acute appendicitis, inflammatory bowel disease, intestinal duplication cyst or solitary intestinal diverticulum, peptic ulcer disease, gastroenteritis, biliary colic[] […] nausea and vomiting, or intestinal bleeding. 22, 23 Meckel's diverticulum can mimic a variety of more common ailments, such as peptic ulcer disease, gastroenteritis, biliary colic[]

  • Incarcerated Hernia

    Hernia is classified as follows depending on the reduction: Easily reducible hernia Incarcerated hernia Strangulated hernia Incarcerated hernia This form of hernia that cannot[] […] sac and cloudy fluid in hernia sac were found to be significant factors predicting SSI.[] PURPOSE: Before the advent of general anesthesia, taxis (hernia reduction) was the treatment of choice of incarcerated hernia but, over the years, its use subsided in favor[]

  • Cholelithiasis

    BACKGROUND: Morgagni hernia is a rare type of diaphragmatic hernia.[] Abstract A small fraction of patients undergoing cholecystectomy for biliary colic are subsequently diagnosed with an obstructive pancreatic head mass.[] Abdominal aortic aneurysm Abdominal examination Abdominal hernias About the USMLE Step 2 CS Achalasia Achilles tendon rupture Acid-base disorders Acne vulgaris Acoustic neuroma[]

  • Constipation

    A Case of Obturator Hernia Originated from Femoral Abscess Kazunori YOSHIDA, Ikuho KOYAMA, Hiroaki MIZOKAMI, [in Japanese], [in Japanese], [in Japanese], [in Japanese], [in[] PEG activity does not increase colonic gas Lactulose: altered bowel flora causing bloating, flatulence, colic, excessive diarrhoea.[] Hernia – an abdominal hernia can reduce intra-abdominal pressure, which makes it more difficult to pass a motion.[]

  • Appendicitis

    De Garengeot hernia is a rare phenomenon, with less than 5% of femoral hernias containing the appendix and 0.08% to 0.13% containing an incarcerated acute appendicitis.[] The patient underwent ileo-colic resection with en-bloc removal of the appendix.[] K-sign can be positive in other retroperitoneal pathologies like renal colic, ureteric colic and psoas abscess etc.[]

  • Infantile Colic

    […] bloody stool I -- immunizations, intracranial hemorrhage, intolerance of feeds E -- eye (foreign bodies, corneal abrasions, retinal hemorrhages) S -- surgical (volvulus, hernias[] […] with the development of infantile colic.[] The following is a partial list of other causes of excessive crying in an infant: Corneal abrasion Hair wrapped around toes and fingers Strangulated hernia Torsion of testis[]

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