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209 Possible Causes for Fever, Pus in Stool

  • Shigella Enteritis

    Symptoms include diarrhoea, which is sometimes bloody, abdominal pain and cramps, and fever.[] These may be: Watery diarrhea Dehydration Nausea & vomiting Mild to moderate fever Sudden abdominal discomfort Rectal pain Mucus, blood, or pus in stool A point to remember[] Symptoms include: Acute (sudden) abdominal pain or cramping Acute fever Blood, mucus, or pus in the stool Crampy rectal pain Nausea and vomiting Watery diarrhea Exams and[]

  • Amebiasis

    Most travel travel-related illnesses include fever, diarrhea, and skin disease, which are relatively uncommon in returning travelers.[] Abstract Diagnosis of amebiasis by microscopic identification of the parasite in stool and liver abscess pus is insensitive and unable to distinguish the invasive parasite[] Abstract A 41-year-old man presenting with lower abdominal pain, constipation, abdominal distention, fever (37.5 degrees C) and fatigue was evaluated, and a mass localized[]

  • Pseudomembranous Colitis

    He was discharged 4 days after finishing eradication therapy, but fever up and diarrhea appeared on the following day.[] You need medical help any time you have severe diarrhea with stomach cramps or blood or pus in your stool.[] Abstract This is a case report on a 35-year-old man with acute myelogenous leukemia who presented fever and intermittent mucoid loose stool to the emergency center.[]

  • Lymphogranuloma Venereum

    Rectal infection can result in proctocolitis that can present with mucoid and/or hemorrhagic rectal discharge, anal pain, constipation, fever, and tenesmus, and signs of granulomas[] […] groin lymph nodes on one or both sides; it may also affect lymph nodes around the rectum in those who have anal intercourse * Drainage from lymph nodes in groin * Blood or pus[] Primary anorectal lymphogranuloma venereum, usually in homosexual men, causes severe proctocolitis, accompanied by tenesmus, diarrhea, bleeding, fever, and weight loss.[]

  • Ulcerative Colitis

    Yellow fever viremia was not detectable and protective antibodies were developed.[] […] the stool; diarrhoea; fatigue and tiredness; weight loss; and loss of appetite.[] There might be some pus in your stools, too.[]

  • Clostridium Difficile

    This is a case of a 63-year-old, post total colectomy patient, who presented to the hospital with watery diarrhoea, abdominal cramping and fevers.[] Clostridium Difficile (C. diff) Infection Digestive system Diarrhea Fever Appetite loss Nausea Abdominal pain Rapid heart rate Dehydration Blood in stool Pus in stool Weight[] […] are asymptomatic, in symptomatic form the main symptom is diarrhea of varying severity, which is sometimes accompanied by acute abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting and high fever[]

  • Bacterial Dysentery

    Initially, patients complain of fever and cramping abdominal pain.[] The stool is often mixed with pus and mucus and may be streaked with blood. viral dysentery a form caused by a virus, occurring in epidemics and marked by acute watery diarrhea[] Tends to be more severe in children, with sudden onset; Blood, mucus or pus in the stool; Abdominal cramps; Fever. and chills; Nausea or vomiting.[]

  • Pelvic Abscess

    PATIENT(S): A 31-year-old nulligravid woman presenting with urinary retention, pelvic pain, and fever 6 days after transvaginal oocyte retrieval and an embryo transfer for[] Other symptoms may also arise, including fever, nausea, fatigue, vomiting, difficulty passing a stool, pus in the stools and a high temperature.[] […] surgery on January 23 but on January 10th i was admitted to my local hospital because i had intense tail bone pain and my vitals were low and my white blood cells in my stool[]

  • Diverticulitis

    Fever. Abdominal tenderness. Constipation or, less commonly, diarrhea.[] Surgery for diverticular disease is indicated for the following: A rupture in the colon that causes pus or stool to leak into the abdominal cavity, resulting in peritonitis[] […] small tear or hole in the diverticula peritonitis—inflammation of tissues inside the abdomen from pus and stool that leak through a perforation a fistula—an abnormal passage[]

  • Anorectal Abscess

    The presence of a fever or an elevated white blood cell count as measured by a blood test can confirm the presence of an infection in the body.[] It is a condition where pus and stool ooze out from areas of the rectum and the anus.[] Fever and chills may also be present. What treatment is prescribed for an anorectal abscess?[]

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