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74 Possible Causes for Dermatomyositis, Dyspepsia, Normal Body Growth

  • Malignant Gastric Neoplasm

    The prevalence of clinically significant endoscopic findings in primary care patients with uninvestigated dyspepsia: the Canadian Adult Dyspepsia Empiric Treatment - Prompt[] […] cells of the body undergo change and exhibit abnormal cell growth.[] Complications Predictors of poor prognosis include paraneoplastic syndromes as dermatomyositis, acanthosis nigricans, and circinate erythemas.[]

  • Gastric Adenocarcinoma

    Abstract An elderly Thai woman had presented with dyspepsia and reflux symptoms since 6 years.[] […] cells of the body undergo change and exhibit abnormal cell growth.[] Paraneoplastic syndromes, such as acanthosis nigricans and dermatomyositis have been described.[]

  • Adenocarcinoma of the Colon

    Causes Normally, body cells follow an orderly process of growth, division, and death. Cancer happens when cells grow and divide uncontrollably, without dying.[] Several types of tumors can be complicated with myositis and/or more frequently dermatomyositis.[]

  • Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma

    A 63-year-old woman presented to the hospital with persistent nausea, dyspepsia and weight loss for 6 months.[] These damage cells and affect their ability to function normally. The result can be cancerous growths.[] […] to: G Bond-Smith gelsmith{at} Accepted 30 March 2012 Summary points Pancreatic cancer can present with non-specific symptoms, such as abdominal or back pain, dyspepsia[]

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Abstract Harpagophytum procumbens, known as devil's claw, has been used traditionally for the treatment of pain, fevers, and dyspepsia.[] […] water balance in the body; hypothyroidism ; early or late puberty; growth hormone deficiency ; and/or high prolactin levels Dysregulation of the autonomic nervous system[] Anti-MDA5 antibody-positive ILD, as well as dermatomyositis with RP-ILD, can occur in patients with rheumatoid arthritis.[]

  • Intestinal Obstruction

    […] cholecystitis & biliary colic Peptic ulcer disease Small bowel obstruction Gynaecological disorders Acute pancreatitis Renal & ureteric colic Malignant disease Acute diverticulitis Dyspepsia[] Mechanical obstruction can also result from hernias, fecal impaction, abnormal tissue growth, the presence of foreign bodies in the intestines, or inflammatory bowel disease[] […] cases, the chronic pseudo-obstructions are part of severe systemic diseases: endocrine diseases (diabetes and hypothyroidism) and collagenopathies (scleroderma, amyloidosis, dermatomyositis[]

  • Malignant Ovarian Neoplasm

    Early symptoms (eg, dyspepsia, bloating, early satiety, gas pains, backache) are nonspecific.[] Normal cells in the body grow, divide, and are replaced on a routine basis. Sometimes, cells divide abnormally and begin to grow out of control.[] […] urge to urinate Ovarian cancer can also cause other symptoms, such as: fatigue indigestion heartburn constipation back pain menstrual irregularities painful intercourse dermatomyositis[]

  • Gastric Cancer

    Only mild symptoms of dyspepsia and abdominal pain are usually seen in the early stages.[] […] cells of the body undergo change and exhibit abnormal cell growth.[] These diseases, especially dermatomyositis, have a well-known association with a wide variety of neoplasms including lung, breast, ovary and colon cancers.[]

  • Adenocarcinoma of the Breast

    Her GI symptoms were initially attributed to side effects of antibiotic treatment for cellulitis and dyspepsia before investigating her with a colonoscopy.[] Cancer cells, too, may have hormone receptors, letting them tap into your body’s normal cell growth-regulating system.[] Cancer Pathophysiology There are trillions of cells in the body.[]

  • Lymphoma

    459.13 ulcer 459.11 with inflammation 459.13 postpolio (myelitis) 138 postvagotomy 564.2 postvalvulotomy 429.4 postviral (asthenia) NEC 780.79 Potain's (gastrectasis with dyspepsia[] Causes Cancer happens when there is uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells that thrive and spread instead of dying as they would in the life cycle of a normal cell.[] Schroetter's (intermittent venous claudication) 453.8 von Willebrand (-Jürgens) (angiohemophilia) 286.4 Waardenburg-Klein (ptosis epicanthus) 270.2 Wagner (-Unverricht) (dermatomyositis[]

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