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2,102 Possible Causes for Episodic Facial Swelling, Periorbital Fullness, Recurrent Abdominal Pain

  • Hereditary Angioedema Type 3

    In this context one or more episodes of isolated angioedema may occur, mostly as a facial swelling.[] […] clinically by recurrent skin swelling, abdominal pain attacks, and potentially life-threatening upper airway obstruction.[] , abdominal pain, and potentially life-threatening laryngeal edema.[]

  • Angioedema

    Abdominal associated with angioedema may manifest as severe acute-onset abdominal pain or as moderately severe chronic recurrent abdominal pain.[] Six months later, the patient had an episode of bilateral facial swelling, lip swelling, and difficulty breathing.[] Clinical findings Recurrent oedema; abdominal pain; laryngeal oedema, which may compromise breathing.[]

  • Hereditary Angioedema

    The patient had experienced recurrent abdominal pain around the time of her menstrual period for 13 years.[] The patient reports several episodes of mild facial swelling that occurred during childhood between the ages of 5-18, but he does not recall seeing a physician or receiving[] abdominal pain). 1,6 HAE can be confirmed with proper blood tests When HAE is suspected, a referral to an allergist/clinical immunologist for definitive diagnostic procedures[]

  • Chronic Alcoholism

    Characterised by recurrent or persistent abdominal pain and progressive injury to the pancreas and surrounding structures, resulting in scarring and loss of function.[] Unlike recurrent acute pancreatitis, chronic pancreatitis is characterised by reduced pancreatic exocrine function, malabsorption, diabetes, and pancreatic calcifications.[]

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  • Chronic Kidney Insufficiency

    Chronic kidney insufficiency affects a significant number of individuals in the developed countries, particularly the United States. The progressive nature of the disease and a substantial reduction in the quality of life over the period of time are the primary reasons why an early diagnosis is crucial. Anemia,[…][]

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  • Hookworm Infection

    Some patients have been reported to experience increasingly severe recurrent abdominal pain, which may be analogous to a response to repeated insect stings.[]

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  • Alcohol Abuse

    […] disease Child 5-15 3-6 months Episodic tension cephalea Recurrent abdominal pain Tachycardia Orthostatic hypotension Sadness Hyperactivity (initial phase) Fatigue 0.06-0.32[] Table 2 Adult/Children CFS differences Adult 20-40 6 months Odynophagia Painful adenophatias Myalgias cephalea Post-anxiety disorders Depression 0.006-2.5 2-3/1 Flu Cold Serious[]

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  • Renal Amyloidosis

    He had neither a family history of familial Mediterranean fever (FMF) nor any complaint of recurrent abdominal pain, arthritis, and fever, but frequent painful vaso-occlusive[] THE characteristic syndrome of periodic fever, as described by Reimann 1 in his review of reported cases in 1953, consists of recurrent abdominal pain, fever and leukocytosis[] Painful episodic attacks might provoke recurrent acute inflammation, leading to repeated stimulation of acute phase responses and cause secondary amyloidosis.[]

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  • Urticaria

    pain, easy flushing, and recurrent headaches Skin biopsy Serum tryptase level *Patients should be asked about recent travel to a developing country.[] Urticaria may be accompanied by systemic manifestations such as asthma, abdominal cramps, joint pain and severe laryngeal edema.[] Systemic mastocytosis (urticaria pigmentosa) Presence of small pigmented papules that turn into wheals with mild trauma (eg, gentle stroking) Possible concomitant anemia, abdominal[]

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  • Protein-Losing Enteropathy

    Abstract We studied a patient with edema secondary to protein losing enteropathy, and recurrent bouts of bloating and abdominal pain secondary to intestinal subocclusion episodes[] He was diagnosed with PLE aged 13 years, with recurrent episodes of abdominal pain and diarrhea.[] We studied 11 patients with abdominal pain and diarrhea caused by protein-losing enteropathy with primary intestinal lymphangiectasia, hypoproteinemia, malabsorption, bowel[]

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