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34 Possible Causes for Constipation, Mesenteric Lymphadenitis, Periumbilical Pain

  • Appendicitis

    Abdominal pain, cause unknown Cholecystitis Crohn's disease Diverticulitis Duodenal ulcer Gastroenteritis Intestinal obstruction Intussusception Meckel's diverticulitis Mesenteric[] Snap Shot 24-year-old presents with nausea, vomiting, constipation, and periumbilical pain that settles in the lower right quadrant.[] A 55-year female presented in surgical emergency with 3 days history of abdominal pain, distension and absolute constipation; and 2 days history of vomiting.[]

  • Intestinal Tuberculosis

    […] symptoms were chronic right lower abdominal and periumbilical pain (87.7%), weight loss (80.2%), anemia (64.2%), diarrhea (46.9%), fever (43.2%), diarrhea alternating with constipation[] Tuberculous Mesenteric Lymphadenitis 5 types of lymph node involvement may be seen • Acute mesenteric lymphadenitis • Pseudo-mesenteric cyst • Tabes mesenterica • Chronic[] Majority of patients (46, 76.7%) had abdominal pain, 26 (43.3%) had vomiting; abdominal distension was seen in 22 (36.7%) cases, diarrhoea and constipation in 16 patients[]

  • Appendectomy

    The differentiation between mesenteric lymphadenitis and nonspecific abdominal pain is also imprecise.[] The classic history consists of anorexia and periumbilical pain, followed by nausea, right-lower-quadrant (RLQ) pain, and vomiting, as well as leukocytosis. [3] The history[] If you are constipated, take a fiber laxative or a stool softener.[]

  • Sigmoid Volvulus

    A man in his thirties presented to the emergency department with a 3-day history of constipation and acute abdominal pain.[] We present a rare clinical case of acute abdomen due to torsion of wandering spleen and volvulus of sigmoid in a 14-year-old girl presented with painful periumbilical mass[] Mesenteric lymphadenitis, amoebiasis, enterocolitis, dyspepsia, and salpingitis were frequently the clinical diagnosis in the latter group.[]

  • Chronic Appendicitis

    The classic history of periumbilical pain, with anorexia and nausea, followed by localization of pain in the right lower quadrant is more reliable than right lower quadrant[] Constipation or diarrhoea. Stomach bloating. Appendicitis is a life-threatening condition. Timely diagnosis and treatment are mandatory.[] Typically, symptoms begin as periumbilical or epigastric pain migrating to the right lower quadrant (RLQ) of the abdomen.[]

  • Acute Peritonitis

    In the early stage of the disease, diarrhea is a frequent symptom, but soon gives way to obstinate constipation.[] The differential diagnoses for periumbilical and right lower quadrant pain is listed in Table 300-1 . The periumbilical abdominal pain ...[] Mesenteric Lymphadenitis Mesenteric lymphadenitis. Enlarged mesenteric lymph nodes. Appendix was normal.[]

  • Acute Pancreatitis

    […] in the left upper quadrant, periumbilical region, and/or epigastrium, although in some cases acute pancreatitis may be painless.[] Other symptoms include vomiting, constipation and pyrexia. Two main causes - alcohol abuse and gall stone disease – account for the majority ( 80 %) of cases.[] Sometimes, pancreatitis is misdiagnosed as constipation, irritable bowel syndrome or heartburn.[]

  • Common Mesentery

    Other symptoms may develop more slowly but worsen with time, such as constipation, inability to pass gas, and abdominal swelling.[] Clinical presentation is classically that of acute onset of severe periumbilical pain that is out of proportion to physical exam findings , /- nausea/vomiting.[] […] of mesenteric lymphadenitis.[]

  • Meckel Diverticulitis

    […] artery Vascular blush (ischemia) Differential Diagnosis Appendicitis, colonic diverticulitis, acute mesenteric lymphadenitis Single small intestinal diverticulum Communicating[] The most common initial presentation is a periumbilical, gnawing pain that migrates within a few hours to the right iliac fossa.[] , distention, sensation of inability to completely empty rectum; alternating constipation and diarrhea; motor abnormalities may be due to loss of interstitial cells of Cajal[]

  • Appendiceal Abscess

    Mesenteric Lymphadenitis Mesenteric lymphadenitis. Enlarged mesenteric lymph nodes. Appendix was normal.[] . - Epigastric or Periumbilical pain migrating to the right lower quadrant (RLQ) of the abdomen. - Vomiting, nausea, and anorexia - Afebrile or has a low-grade fever , 38[] Other symptoms may include vomiting, constipation or less frequently, diarrhea. On examination the abdomen may be rigid and the swelling can be felt.[]

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