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1,856 Possible Causes for Episodic Facial Swelling, Recurrent Abdominal Pain, Volatile Mood

  • Hereditary Angioedema Type 3

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

  • Angioedema

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

  • Hereditary Angioedema

    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[] The patient had experienced recurrent abdominal pain around the time of her menstrual period for 13 years.[] 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.[]

    Missing: Episodic Facial Swelling
  • Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma

    One year after the second procedure, the patient enjoys good health and has been free of fever and abdominal pain and has not received any antibiotic therapy.[] Symptoms can be similar to pancreatic cancer: recurrent bouts of pancreatitis, chronic abdominal pain, and/or or jaundice are common.[] Gastrinoma (Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome) A Gastrinoma is commonly associated with abdominal pain, diarrhea, and recurrent ulcers; obtaining a diagnosis is often dependent upon[]

    Missing: Episodic Facial Swelling
  • Malignant Neoplasm of Pancreas

    Patients are usually in their seventh to eighth decade of life and present with abdominal pain, or recurrent pancreatitis, thought to be caused by obstruction of the pancreatic[] They may present as an abdominal mass, abdominal pain or, rarely, with jaundice, as in this case. Timely resection on diagnosis provides long-term survival.[] Surgery is the treatment of choice, even in the case of distant hepatic metastasis or local recurrence [ 9 ].[]

    Missing: Episodic Facial Swelling
  • Migraine

    Long term follow up of children with recurrent abdominal pain: definition of recurrent abdominal pain was not applied.[] There is usually tenderness and swelling over the carotid artery in the neck. Episodes can occur several times weekly and last a few minutes to hours.[] Carotidynia: Also called lower-half headache or facial migraine, produces deep, dull, aching, and sometimes piercing pain in the jaw or neck.[]

  • Substance Abuse Problems

    , rapid heartbeat, difficulty breathing, or lightheadedness Severe abdominal pain Confusion or ongoing hallucinations Severe tremors or recurrent seizures Difficulty speaking[] Pain at an injection site Fever If any of the following occur, call 911 or go to a hospital's emergency department immediately: Thoughts of harming yourself or others Chest pain[]

    Missing: Episodic Facial Swelling
  • Hypoglycemia

    Recurrent severe hypoglycemic episodes can lead to brain damage and intellectual impairment.[] pain, Heme/CV: pallor, cyanosis, diaphoresis, tachycardia, Resp: tachypnea, lethargy, apnea Most symptoms can be explained through stimulation of sympathetic responses.[] Definition of hypoglycemia Symptoms Gen: Irritability, anxiety, hunger, fatigue, Neuro: HA, blurred vision, tremors, weakness, confusion, ataxia, stupor, seizures, coma GI: abdominal[]

    Missing: Episodic Facial Swelling
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

    Mood volatility with rumination but neither attentional nor interpretation biases in chronic fatigue syndrome. British Journal of Health Psychology 15(4):779-796.[] […] 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[] Other studies have failed to find attentional bias but have found greater mood volatility with rumination (Martin and Alexeeva, 2010), suggesting variability in the ability[]

    Missing: Episodic Facial Swelling

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