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2,638 Possible Causes for Conjunctival Hyperemia, Fever, Jaundice, Myalgia, Oliguria

  • Yellow Fever

    Abstract For more than 95% of acute febrile jaundice cases identified through surveillance for yellow fever, a reemerging arthropod-borne viral disease, no etiological exploration[] The illness was characterized by fever, headache, myalgia, gastrointestinal symptoms, hepatic and renal dysfunction, and (in the fatal case), shock and coagulopathy, compatible[] The patient presented with hemorrhagic fever, jaundice and oliguria at day 3 after onset, which rapidly progressed to multisystem organ failure with extremely elevated liver[] Yellow fever is caused by an enveloped RNA virus called yellow fever virus.[] The patient suffered from fever, chills, sweating, headaches, backaches, myalgia, epigastric pains, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and prostration.[]

    Missing: Conjunctival Hyperemia
  • Toxic Shock Syndrome

    […] include: liver failure kidney failure heart failure shock , or reduced blood flow through the body Signs of liver failure may include: yellowing of the skin and eyeballs ( jaundice[] hyperemia Renal: blood urea nitrogen or creatinine at least twice the upper limit of normal for laboratory or urinary sediment with pyuria (greater than or equal to 5 leukocytes[] […] feet, arthralgias, particularly of the wrists, knees, ankles, fingers, and toes, the erythroderma, conjunctival injection, cough, dizziness and syncope, incontinence, and oliguria[] BACKGROUND: Rheumatic fever (RF) classically occurs after group A Streptococcus (GAS) pharyngitis in children aged over 5 years in developing countries.[] Liver failure Heart failure Kidney failure Signs of Liver Failure: The signs of liver failure may include nausea, vomiting, confusion, sleepiness, upper abdominal pain, or jaundice[]

  • Weil's Disease

    Abstract Two patients are described with Weil's disease as a rare cause of jaundice. We discuss some features that can lead to early diagnosis.[] Abstract A 44-year-old black male presented with fever, myalgia and weakness.[] Acute kidney injury (AKI) manifesting as oliguria, or even anuria in the setting of renal failure, together with jaundice, are hallmarks of Weil's disease.[] Weil disease; Icterohemorrhagic fever; Swineherd's disease; Rice-field fever; Cane-cutter fever; Swamp fever; Mud fever; Hemorrhagic jaundice; Stuttgart disease; Canicola[] The most common presentation involved fever, malaise and myalgia. Conjunctival congestion was found in 75% of the cases and jaundice was encountered in 90% of the cases.[]

    Missing: Conjunctival Hyperemia
  • Pneumonia

    […] and perinatal jaundice 7,700 5 Asthma 76,900 1 Appendicitis and other appendiceal conditions 59,200 3 Mood disorders 37,400 4 226,300 1 Skin and subcutaneous tissue infections[] The elderly may present with mainly systemic complaints of malaise, fatigue, anorexia and myalgia.[] […] standard criteria ( Bone 1993 ) which detail definitions of sepsis (fever, tachycardia, tachypnoea and leucocytosis) and end‐organ perfusion abnormalities (hypotension, oliguria[] Samples were collected from two secondary cases and two close contacts with fever.[] These studies should also consider a wider range of extra‐pulmonary clinical features, such as headache, diarrhea and myalgia.[]

    Missing: Conjunctival Hyperemia
  • Leptospirosis

    , icterohemorrhagica; leptospirosis , jaundice; epidemic, leptospiral , jaundice; leptospiral , jaundice; spirochetal , leptospiral; epidemic jaundice , leptospiral; jaundice[] After a 1-week history of fever, headache, myalgia, and vomiting they developed jaundice and renal failure.[] Forty-eight hours later, he developed fever, oliguria and abnormal liver function test.[] A week after their return the woman presented with fever, myalgia, and retro-orbital pain. Three days later, her husband presented similar symptoms.[] […] vomiting, diarrhea More severe disease manifests as icteric leptospirosis, also known as Weil disease, with the following features: Icterus or frank jaundice Renal failure with oliguria[]

    Missing: Conjunctival Hyperemia
  • Streptococcal Infection

    Infected newborns are listless, don't feed well, and may have a condition called jaundice . Jaundice causes the skin and membranes to look yellowish.[] More specific findings to the diagnosis include an erythrodermatous or scarlatiniform rash, nonpurulent conjunctival hyperemia, pharyngeal inflammation, and a strawberry tongue[] […] manifestations of acute post-streptococcal glomerulonephritis are: CLINICAL FEATURES LABORATORY FINDINGS Abrupt onset Hematuria, cylindruria Headache, malaise Proteinuria Edema, oliguria[] This dogma is based on an accumulated body of epidemiologic evidence relating to both primary and recurrent episodes of rheumatic fever.[] Scarlet Fever Scarlet fever – or scarlatina – is a bacterial infection caused by group A Streptococcus or "group A strep."[]

  • Alcoholic Hepatitis

    BACKGROUND: Alcoholic hepatitis (AH) is a severe manifestation of alcohol-related liver disease characterised by jaundice and liver failure.[] With this management, his encephalopathy resolved, as did oliguria with a concomitant fall in serum creatinine.[] Prednisolone administered orally for 10 days produced a slight improvement in the jaundice and fever.[] Slight clouding of consciousness, fever, and jaundice were evident on his admission to our hospital.[] Abstract We describe a patient with severe alcoholic hepatitis, markedly elevated white blood cell count, and high fever.[]

    Missing: Conjunctival Hyperemia
  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    […] symptoms These include the following: Diarrhea Vomiting Increase or decrease in urinary frequency Abdominal pain Signs and symptoms of infection - Presence of fever, chills, myalgias[] Akech et al. measured urine output hourly for the first 8 hours (using urinary catheters) and reported frequency of oliguria ( 7 .[] It has been suggested that high fever is generally caused by bacteria, while mild fever indicates viral gastroenteritis.[] […] dehydration: apathy, tiredness, dizziness, muscle cramps, dry tongue, sunken eyes, reduced skin elasticity, postural hypotension (systolic blood pressure 90 mm Hg), tachycardia, oliguria[] Patients with Salmonella infection frequently presented with fever, lethargy, bloody stool, and elevated serum level of C-reactive protein (CRP); norovirus and rotavirus infection[]

    Missing: Conjunctival Hyperemia Jaundice
  • Naphthalene Poisoning

    Hematuria, acute respiratory distress (ARDS), altered consciousness, convulsions, jaundice, hepatomegaly and hemolytic anemia are notable symptoms of severe poisoning.[] Patients may have lethargy, listlessness, myalgia, headache, sweating, and irritability. Patients may present with convulsions and coma in severe poisoning.[] Case Report A 22 years old male was hospitalized with acute abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhoea, high grade fever and mental confusion.[] These include headaches, confusion, drowsiness, jaundice, fever, low blood pressure or a racing heart rate.[] […] coagulation congenital cyanosis decreased dehydration diagnosis diarrhea disease disorders dose drug dysfunction edema effects electrolyte emergency etiology evaluation factors fever[]

    Missing: Conjunctival Hyperemia
  • Infectious Mononucleosis

    We report a case of infectious mononucleosis in a 72-year old jaundiced gentleman with ferritin level of 2438 that normalised on clinical improvement.[] Fatigue, myalgias, and need for sleep may persist for several months after the acute infection has resolved.[] Glandular fever mostly affects teenagers and young adults.[] […] patient between 16 and 25 years old who complains of sore throat and fever is more likely to have infectious mononucleosis than another disease; and if - in addition - he is jaundiced[] Elderly patients with Epstein-Barr virus infection usually present with nonspecific complaints (eg, fever, fatigue, malaise, myalgias).[]

    Missing: Conjunctival Hyperemia Oliguria

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