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34 Possible Causes for Facial Redness, Hypertension, Ventral Hernia

  • Obesity

    […] men without hypertension was 2.31 (95% CI, 1.96-2.72) ( Table 4 ).[] Abstract Although obesity is clearly identified as a risk factor for hypertension, the association between its different metabolic phenotypes and hypertension remains unclear[] Hypertension, diuretic use, and incident gout After we adjusted for potential confounders, including diuretic use, the RR of gout for men with hypertension as compared with[]

  • Morbid Obesity

    Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis can lead to portal hypertension, which can further manifest as upper gastrointestinal bleeding.[] Similarly, 22.0% of Veterans obtained partial and 13.0% obtained complete resolution from hypertension.[] There was also significant improvement or resolution of hypertension, type 2 diabetes, and hyperlipidemia.[]

  • Hemolytic Transfusion Reaction

    Following initiation of blood transfusion, she experienced a sudden onset of rigorous chills, accompanied by elevated temperature, tachycardia, and hypertension.[] We present the case of a 53-year-old woman with long-standing immune thrombocytopenia who underwent repair of a symptomatic ventral hernia.[] During the transfusion she developed chills, nausea, hypertension, and red-brown urine.[]

  • Urticaria

    Side effects of ciclosporin include: high blood pressure (hypertension) kidney problems increased levels of blood cholesterol headaches involuntary shaking (tremors) increased[] For subsequent ventral hernia repair, a perioperative management strategy was devised, which resulted in an uneventful perioperative course.[] Immune suppressive therapy such as Cyclosporin is effective but can cause serious side effects such as kidney damage and uncontrolled hypertension.[]

  • Extrapulmonary Alveolar Hypoventilation

    Patient 138 Diagnosis and ICU Management 145 Valvular Heart Disease 155 Critical Care of Pericardial Disease 164 The Acute Aortic Syndromes 171 Evaluation and Management of Hypertension[] Guillain–Barré syndrome may be associated with autonomic dysfunction including new-onset hypertension (57%), sinus tachycardia (50%), postural hypotension (43%), or facial[] Chronic hypoxemia can induce secondary polycythemia, pulmonary hypertension, and right heart failure.[]

  • Pertussis

    The autopsy revealed signs of pulmonary hypertension.[] During the paroxysm there is marked facial redness or cyanosis and vein distension, the eyes may bulge, the tongue may protrude, and the facial expression usually indicates[] In the GBD 2010, we included abdominal hernia, including umbilical hernia, ventral hernia, and diaphragmatic hernia in the category “other digestive diseases”.[]

  • Transfusion Reaction

    There was no history of hypertension, convulsions, any cardiovascular, renal or neurological disease before transfusion.[] […] pain, rash, red urine, and shock.[] The patient presented for repair of her symptomatic ventral hernia (Fig. 3 ).[]

  • Umbilical Cellulitis

    Portal vein thrombosis- associated with portal hypertension.[] The signs of cellulitis include redness, warmth, swelling, tenderness, and pain in the involved tissues.[] Ventral hernia: part of bowel protruding through the abdominal wall muscles Picture 5. Ventral hernia above the belly button (source: Archana Ramaswamy, MD, SAGES ) 4.[]

  • Beta Thalassemia

    The role of hemochromatosis in pulmonary hypertension development merits further study. 2012 S.[] […] changes - Poor growth - Fractures, and - Extramedullary haematopoiesis Recommended blood product Patients with β-thalassaemia major should receive leucoreduced packed red[] hernias or associated intra-abdominal diseases.[]

  • Thalassemia

    The latter are linked to a high prevalence of thromboembolic and cerebrovascular events, as well as leg ulcers and pulmonary hypertension.[] […] bones rodent facies hypopneumatisation of the frontal, maxillary, and sphenoid sinuses, filled with marrow containing bone 6 the ethmoid sinuses are spared due to lack of red[] In the GBD 2010, we included abdominal hernia, including umbilical hernia, ventral hernia, and diaphragmatic hernia in the category “other digestive diseases”.[]

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