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215 Possible Causes for Fever, Green Stools

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Is the vomit green, bloody, black, or like coffee grounds?[] It has been suggested that high fever is generally caused by bacteria, while mild fever indicates viral gastroenteritis.[] Patients with Salmonella infection frequently presented with fever, lethargy, bloody stool, and elevated serum level of C-reactive protein (CRP); norovirus and rotavirus infection[]

  • Streptococcal Infection

    He had difficulty breathing, passed green stool, his gaze was fixed and his eyes prominent. He woke up every two hours.[] This dogma is based on an accumulated body of epidemiologic evidence relating to both primary and recurrent episodes of rheumatic fever.[] Scarlet Fever Scarlet fever – or scarlatina – is a bacterial infection caused by group A Streptococcus or "group A strep."[]

  • Appendicitis

    Increasing the amount of fiber in your diet can prevent constipation and subsequent stool buildup.[] Diagnosis of incomplete and atypical Kawasaki disease (KD) in infants is also a challenging aspect and there is no gold standard for this diagnosis and sometimes fever is[] […] up straight pain that worsens during sudden movement (coughing, sneezing, etc.) abdominal bloating For children , less common signs and symptoms of appendicitis include: Green[]

  • Tuberculosis

    On the first day much faeces passed from the bowels along with a copious flux; and on the following days he passed many watery stools of a green color; urine thin, scanty,[] BACKGROUND: Tuberculosis (TB), especially extrapulmonary tuberculosis (EPTB), is an important cause of fever of unknown origin (FUO) in TB-burdened areas.[] Hantaviruses are identified as aetiological agents of two human diseases, haemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome and hantavirus pulmonary syndrome.[]

  • Toxic Megacolon

    On the 12th postoperative day, loose, watery green stools were passed, a rectal temperature of 101F and white blood cell count (WBC) of 21,600 mm 3 were recorded.[] Abstract A 40-year-old man with bacteriologically documented typhoid fever who was receiving correct antibiotic treatment developed toxic megacolon.[] […] look green or brown) A newborn who can't poop within the first 48 hours of life is often how doctors find Hirschsprung disease.[]

  • Impetigo Neonatorum

    Constitutional symptoms are common which include: fever, cachexia, diarrhea with green stools that may lead to severe dehydration.[] The mother developed fever 24 hours postpartum, and Staphylococcus aureus was cultured from the episiotomy.[] A rare pyoderma occurring most commonly in pregnant women as an eruption of small, closely aggregated pustules accompanied by fever and fatigue.[]

  • Intussusception

    […] tinged Stools mixed with mucus and blood—often described as currant jelly Lethargy Additional symptoms include: Poor feeding Diarrhea Shock Dehydration Fever Intussusception[] Fever is not a symptom of intussusception except when there is compression of arterial blood supply. This brings about perforation and sepsis and consequently, fever.[] A 50-year-old woman of Chinese origin came to the emergency room with symptoms of high fever, nausea, vomiting and weight loss of 10 kg.[]

  • Cystic Fibrosis

    fever.[] Based upon molecular research, resistances in the heterozygote to cholera and typhoid fever have been proposed to explain the persistence of the mutation.[] […] typhoid fever.[]

  • Diverticulitis

    Drink plenty of fluids to ensure your stools are soft, moist and easy to pass. Exercise regularly to encourage bowel function and peristalsis.[] Fever. Abdominal tenderness. Constipation or, less commonly, diarrhea.[] Self-care suggestions Suggestions include: Increase your daily intake of green vegetables. Introduce fibre gradually to avoid unpleasant symptoms such as flatulence.[]

  • Hepatitis A

    […] and because the infectious dose, though unknown, is probably low. 20 Green onions were the source of restaurant-associated hepatitis A outbreaks in 1999 in Ohio, in 2000[] Abstract A 25-year-old Japanese man was admitted with general malaise and fever, which had developed 12 days after coming back to Japan from Indonesia.[] CASE: A 38-year-old HIV-positive patient presented with right upper abdominal pain, fever and jaundice.[]

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