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73 Possible Causes for D-Dimer Abnormal, Edema of the Hands and Feet, Leg Edema, Sinus Tachycardia

  • Chronic Thromboembolic Pulmonary Hypertension

    Patients with abnormal D-dimer plasma levels should resume anticoagulation, because of relatively high risk of recurrent events. 110 Persi stent thrombotic deposits detected[] […] due to fluid retention ( edema ) Developing cyanosis (blue color to fingers and toes) Fainting Rarely, coughing up blood Cleveland Clinic News & More Cleveland Clinic News[] , or fluid collection in the legs or abdomen Fainting Diagnostics Right-heart catheterization Echocardiogram Ventilation-perfusion scan (VQ scan) Pulmonary angiogram – shows[] Some help is offered by D-dimer testing one month after discontinuation of vitamin K antagonists.[]

  • Pulmonary Embolism

    An initial laboratory workup was unrevealing except for an elevated D-dimer. A chest radiograph demonstrated no cardiopulmonary abnormalities.[] A physical examination revealed bilateral leg edema.[] The most common ECG finding in the setting of a pulmonary embolism is sinus tachycardia.[] An abnormal D-dimer level at the end of treatment might signal the need for continued treatment among patients with a first unprovoked pulmonary embolus. [72] For those with[]

    Missing: Edema of the Hands and Feet
  • Heart Failure

    The weakening of the heart's pumping ability causes Blood and fluid to back up into the lungs The buildup of fluid in the feet, ankles and legs - called edema Tiredness and[] Her ESR, Troponin I and Brain natriuretic peptide were elevated with normal CRP and electrocardiogram showed sinus tachycardia with wide spread ST depression.[] A weak heart pumps less blood to your kidneys and causes fluid and water retention, resulting in swollen ankles , legs, and abdomen (called edema ) and weight gain.[] Article How to Treat Wide and Narrow Tachycardia in the Field Article Symptoms of Cardiac Arrhythmias Article Diagnosing and Treating Inappropriate Sinus Tachycardia Article[]

    Missing: D-Dimer Abnormal
  • Thromboembolism

    Based on the findings, your doctor may order a D-Dimer blood test or an ultrasound of your legs. The blood test measures the level of a chemical called D-Dimer.[] Additionally, thrombosis at the site of the iliac bifurcation produces bilateral leg edema. Patients may have signs of PE prior to diagnosis of DVT.[] The clot can block blood flow and cause: Leg pain or tenderness of the thigh or calf Leg swelling (edema) Skin that feels warm to the touch Reddish discoloration or red streaks[] ECG had sinus tachycardia. Moderate pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) with dilated right atrium and ventricle were noted on 2D echo.[]

    Missing: Edema of the Hands and Feet
  • May-Thurner Syndrome

    […] of the hands and feet, pathology of the eyes and hearing, as well as metabolic and physiological changes.[] The authors experienced a rare case of abrupt leg edema with DVT-like symptoms due to iliac vein compression by an overdistended bladder that had developed after cerebrovascular[] ECG showed Sinus Tachycardia. She was given 1 dose of low molecular weight heparin (LMWH) enoxaparin which was continued at a dose of 1 mg/kg body weight 2 times a day.[] Of the 63 patients evaluated, 32 (51%) had nonthrombotic MTS and presented with leg edema (100%) or venous claudication (47%).[]

    Missing: D-Dimer Abnormal
  • Hypervolemia

    (swelling) - particularly hands, feet, and ankles Difficulty breathing while lying down High blood pressure Irritated cough Jugular vein distension Shortness of breath (dyspnea[] Central venous pressure (CVP), pulmonary artery pressure (PAP) and shift of fluids from plasma cause edema in the ankles and the legs.[] Sinus tachycardia and increased blood pressure are seen in early stages.[] […] and arms (peripheral edema ), and/or fluid in the abdomen ( ascites ).[]

    Missing: D-Dimer Abnormal
  • Complete Hydatidiform Mole

    […] of the hands and feet Abdominal or pelvic pain Vaginal discharge Overactive thyroid gland (hyperthyroidism) that causes: Tachycardia Sweating Shaking Heat intolerance Fever[] Pregnancy molar is often accompanied by enhanced vomiting, early appearance of edema in the legs, protein in the urine and other signs of toxicosis of pregnancy.[] Cardiovascular examination revealed sinus tachycardia without murmurs, rub, or gallops. Breath sounds were equal bilaterally, without rhonchi or wheezes.[] […] tissue resembling a “bunch of grapes” from the vagina Absent fetal movement during pregnancy Abdominal distention Rare symptoms of gestational trophoblastic disease Headache Edema[]

    Missing: D-Dimer Abnormal
  • Proteus Syndrome

    We observed that eight of 17 patients had an abnormal D-dimer level 0.5 mcg/dl, but deep venous thromboses occurred in only four of those with D-dimer 1.0 mcg/dl.[] There were multiple nevi distributed predominantly over the right flank, buttock, and right leg with secondary edema, occasional exudation and eczematous skin changes in the[] […] of both hands and feet along with severe global developmental delay.[] Eleven of 21 patients had an abnormal hypercoagulable panel including Factor V Leiden heterozygotes, antithrombin III deficiency, positive lupus anticoagulant, or Protein[]

    Missing: Sinus Tachycardia
  • Interleukin-2

    Fibrinogen and d-dimers were normal, thus arguing against consumption or microthrombi and suggesting impaired hepatic synthesis [ 50 ].[] Swelling of the face, ankles or legs (edema or water retention).[] tachycardia, premature atrial complexes, premature ventricular contractions, arrhythmias, myocardial ischemia, cardiac arrest, capillary leak syndrome and severe hypotension[] Coagulation abnormalities have also been reported.[]

    Missing: Edema of the Hands and Feet
  • Purpura Fulminans

    Treatment with fresh-frozen plasma corrected the coagulation abnormalities, with a complete normalization of fibrinogen levels ( Fig. 3 ) and a marked decrease in D-dimer[] (One) Antibiotics, FFP, vitamin K (Two) IV UH (aPTT 1.5-2.5 normal) b (Three) Enoxaparin 20 mg/q12 hours (anti-Xa level 0.6 U/L) Pre-treatment: left leg swelling, edema, left[] An electrocardiogram demonstrated sinus tachycardia with no ST-T changes.[] Narrow QRS sinus tachycardia without ST-T changes was apparent on electrocardiography.[]

    Missing: Edema of the Hands and Feet