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10 Possible Causes for Femoral Bruit, Inguinal Pain

  • Peripheral Arteriovenous Aneurysm

    A high clinical index of suspicion is warranted in patients with a new femoral bruit, thrill, fresh hematoma or pain in the lower limbs on the following day after sheath removal[cathlabdigest.com] […] puncture at the site of arterial access (typically above the inguinal ligament) which predispose to a higher risk of retroperitoneal bleeding.[cathlabdigest.com] Suspected clinical femoral AVF can be confirmed by color Doppler ultrasonography demonstrating an AVF with continuous systolic and diastolic flow27 (Figure 4).[cathlabdigest.com]

  • Hypertensive Ischemic Ulcer

    bruit and prolonged venous filling time Revascularization, antiplatelet medications, management of risk factors Neuropathic Most common cause of foot ulcers, usually from[aafp.org] Critical limb ischemia as a consequence of severe infra-inguinal atherosclerosis embodies extreme forms of PAD and currently associates rest pain and ischemic ulcers (corresponding[intechopen.com] Physical examination should include blood-pressure measurement, palpation of peripheral pulses, and auscultation of pulses and bruits.[onlinejacc.org]

  • Spigelian Hernia

    Superficial Femoral Artery (SFA) in Hunter's canal What are the signs of PVD?[quizlet.com] Cheers Matt Similar Threads: Difficult Presentation, could do with guidance. ( Pts Pain irritable ) Inguinal pain after sitting Can a back brace cause a hernia?[physiobob.com] Case presentation A 6-year-old Greek boy presented with a painful intumescence of the left inguinal area.[jmedicalcasereports.com]

  • Familial Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm

    Decreased femoral pulses Decreased urine output Back pain Hematuria A pulsation to the right of the midline of the abdomen.[thesullivangroup.com] Pain may radiate to chest, thigh, inguinal area or scrotum Shock (may be absent if rupture is contained) Flank pain or radiation to the flank is common, often mistaken for[thesullivangroup.com] […] mistaken for renal colic Back To Top Key Physical Exam Pulsatile mass Abdominal tenderness Classic triad of: mass, pain, hypotension occurs in 30-40% of cases Abdominal bruit[thesullivangroup.com]

  • Leaking Aortic Aneurysm

    Bruits are detected in only 5-10% of patients with AAA, and they may result from other sources (i.e., renal or mesenteric artery stenosis). 77 Femoral pulses are typically[ahcmedia.com] This haemodynamically normal patient presented with acute left groin pain, irreducible left inguinal swelling and vomiting with normal hemoglobin and very high inflammatory[ispub.com] Occasionally the presentation can be atypical - eg, intestinal obstruction from haematoma or an apparent irreducible inguinal hernia.[patient.info]

  • Cardiac Catheterization Complicated by Cardiac Perforation

    Ultrasound was performed for the presence of a bruit and showed that the femoral vein was not compressible (right panel, arrow), indicating femoral thrombosis.[docslide.com.br] […] ligament unexplained hypotension, decreased Hct, ipsilateral flank pain; response to fluid challenge best prevention 24 Local vascular complications Diagnostic catheterization[slideplayer.com] Retroperitoneal hematomas should be suspected in the setting of a marked drop in hematocrit or unexplained hypotension or flank pain.[clinicalgate.com]

  • Deafness-Small Bowel Diverticulosis-Neuropathy Syndrome

    Duroziez's Sign : Femoral artery systolic and diastolic bruits. Hill's Sign : Blood pressure in the legs being higher than it is in the arms.[kumc.edu] If a painful mass is present, transilluminate it. PROSTATE INGUINAL CANALS and GROIN: See abdominal study guide.[kumc.edu]

  • Ptosis - Strabismus - Ectopic Pupils Syndrome

    Duroziez's Sign : Femoral artery systolic and diastolic bruits. Hill's Sign : Blood pressure in the legs being higher than it is in the arms.[kumc.edu] If a painful mass is present, transilluminate it. PROSTATE INGUINAL CANALS and GROIN: See abdominal study guide.[kumc.edu]

  • Thickened Earlobes-Conductive Deafness Syndrome

    Duroziez's Sign : Femoral artery systolic and diastolic bruits. Hill's Sign : Blood pressure in the legs being higher than it is in the arms.[kumc.edu] If a painful mass is present, transilluminate it. PROSTATE INGUINAL CANALS and GROIN: See abdominal study guide.[kumc.edu]

  • Idiopathic Neonatal Atrial Flutter

    Aortic Regurgitation PE findings- Duroziez's sign • Duroziez's sign — A systolic and diastolic bruit heard when the femoral artery is partially compressed.[quizlet.com] HERNIA 68 TESTICULAR AND PENILE ISSUES 68 TESTICULAR PAIN 68 TESTICULAR TORSION 68 TORSION OF THE APPENDIX TESTES OR EPIDIDYMIS 68 EPIDIDYMITIS 69 ORCHITIS 69 BALANITIS 69[members.pediatricsboardreview.com] Aortic Regurgitation PE findings- Traube's sign • Traube's sign — A pistol shot pulse (systolic and diastolic sounds) heard over the femoral arteries.[quizlet.com]

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