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111 Possible Causes for Complete Blood Count Abnormal, Fever of Unknown Origin, Recurrent Inflammation

  • Relapsing Polychondritis

    INTRODUCTION: Fever of unknown origin (FUO) is a common initial presentation leading to a diagnostic challenge.[] Relapsing polychondritis (RP) is a multisystemic, progressive disease of unknown etiology characterized by recurrent inflammation and progressive cartilage destruction.[] To make the diagnosis, the patient needs to have 3 or more of the following symptoms: recurrent inflammation of one or both ears, inflammation in more than one joint, inflammation[]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    […] balanitis (inflammation of the glans penis), true phimosis (where the foreskin cannot be fully retracted over the glans penis) and UTI.[] In many cases, the extent of pyelonephritis (inflammation in the kidney and the lining of the renal pelvis ) that is a direct result of recurrent UTI is not known with certainty[] Long-term complications include abscesses, infarction, recurrence, chronic pain, and infertility The pathophysiology of epididymitis is divided; Chlamydia trachomatis and[]

  • Familial Mediterranean Fever

    Here, we present a kidney transplant patient with a late diagnosis of E148Q mutation-positive familial Mediterranean fever as the cause of fever of unknown origin.[] Other symptoms that may occur include inflammation of the lining surrounding the heart (pericarditis), inflammation of the testis (orchitis), benign, recurrent inflammation[] Familial Mediterranean fever is a hereditary disease, characterized by recurrent episodes of inflammation.[]

  • Adult-Onset Still Disease

    Several additional blood tests may be taken: Complete blood count may show elevated white blood cell levels and low red blood cell levels C-reactive protein levels are usually[] Abstract We conducted the current study to evaluate the cases of fever of unknown origin (FUO) admitted in our institution during the 10 years between 1991 and 2001 and to[] Therefore, some researchers believe that adult onset Still’s disease is an autoinflammatory syndrome (part of a group of disorders characterized by recurrent episodes of inflammation[]

  • Toxoplasmosis

    ) in the complete blood count.[] Unilateral pigmentary retinopathy mimicking retinitis pigmentosa [37] Recurrence Recurrent lesions tend to occur at the margins of old scars, but they also can occur elsewhere[] […] parasite may be responsible for the neurogenic inflammation postulated as a cause of different types of headaches.[]

  • Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

    Cystitis (inflammation of the urinary bladder) Ectopic (tubal) pregnancy Recurrent episodes of PID Chronic pelvic pain How can I reduce my risk?[] The changes in the gastric mucosa are notable for recurrent cell necrosis and regeneration and for changes in cell differentiation.[] The inflammation by H. pylori is mediated by epithelial cell release of ROS and RNOS as well as interleukin-8 (IL-8) and Gro-a, chemokines that attract and activate neutrophils[]

  • De Quervain Thyroiditis

    It is an uncommon but important cause of fever of unknown origin (FUO).[] Recurrent episodes following resolution of the initial episode were rare, occurring in just 1.6% of cases.[] Recurrences are uncommon. Silent Thyroiditis Silent thyroiditis is the third and least common type of thyroiditis.[]

  • Behçet Disease

    Other manifestations included Stevens-Johnson-like eruption, fever of unknown origin, and testicular involvement.[] Behcet's Disease : A 32-year-old female with recurrent ocular inflammation. Sept 29, 2014.][] Oral ulcers and fever of unknown origin are frequent at onset and difficult to distinguish from other inflammatory disorders; therefore, expert opinion is still mandatory[]

  • Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

    Each of these are detectable with standard complete blood count testing ( CBC ).[] This FDG distribution pattern should be kept in mind when PET is performed for etiological investigation of fever of unknown origin.[] A low-grade fever could be a symptom of inflammation, infection, or imminent flare-up. If you have recurrent, low-grade fevers, make an appointment to see your doctor.[]

  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease Type 1

    The presence of recurrent inflammation was confirmed at colonoscopy. Response to Treatment.[] Blood cell counts: Complete blood count ( CBC ) blood test may show abnormalities and may indicate anemia or inflammation.[] Inflamm Bowel Dis 2012 ; 18: 2218 – 2224. Google Scholar Crossref Medline ISI 8. Yamamoto, T. Factors affecting recurrence after surgery for Crohn’s disease.[]