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391 Possible Causes for Headache, Varicocele, Weakness

  • Adrenocortical Carcinoma

    Conn syndrome ( mineralcorticoid excess) is marked by high blood pressure which can result in headache and hypokalemia (low serum potassium, which can in turn produce muscle[] In 4 (50%) samples, IHC revealed a weak expression of progesterone receptor.[] It can cause high blood pressure, headaches, panic attacks, and heart palpitations.[]

  • Arteriovenous Malformation

    A sudden onset of severe headache is usually a sign of brain hemorrhage and immediate assessment is needed. For headaches, without hemorrhage, analgesics are used.[] The etiology diagnosis of varicocele is not always straightforward, and renal arteriovenous malformation should be considered in the differential diagnosis of varicocele and[] This results in stroke-like symptoms, such as difficulty speaking, weakness, numbness, vision loss or severe unsteadiness. Thin or weak blood vessels.[]

  • Infertility

    Two weeks later, she presented with acute headache and nausea.[] Routine scrotal sonography disclosed extratesticular varicocele which was associated with ipsilateral intratesticular varicocele.[] Nevertheless, the evidence base for Ayurvedic interventions remains weak and requires well-designed clinical trials.[]

  • Coccidioidomycosis

    Infection can lead to meningitis, including headache, fever, and altered mental states.[] […] abdominal hernia, lymphoma, primary bacterial or fungal infection (epididymitis, orchitis), secondary bacterial or fungal infection from disseminated disease, spermatocele, varicocele[] The patient had nonspecific symptoms of pulmonary infection, including weakness, anorexia, and weight loss.[]

  • Pancreatic Pseudocyst

    A 19-year-old female presents with a one-week history of abdominal pain associated with nausea, vomiting, and headache.[] Our case report highlights a 29-year-old male who presented with secondary varicocele on left side caused by a huge pseudocyst seen to compress the left renal and testicular[] […] if you have any of the following symptoms: high, persistent fever severe pain in your upper abdomen, with pain radiating to your back unexplained fainting vomiting blood weak[]

  • Ewing's Sarcoma

    A 16-year-old boy presented with history of headache and blurring of distant vision. He had UMN facial paresis and papilledema.[] Índice Cirurgia do baço na criança 142154 142 Onfalocele 155158 155 Doenças por persistência do conduto peritôneovaginal 170173 170 Fimose 174175 174 Varicocele 188189 188[] At 1-year follow-up, no disease recurrence was observed, and the patient had a full range of motion but with slight weakness of the extensor mechanism.[]

  • Valsalva Maneuver

    […] interval in patients with migraine (M), migraine plus tension-type headache (M TTH), and migraine plus medication overuse headache (M MOH).[] Resting-Valsalva ratio in the standing position could be a new diagnostic index for varicocele diagnosis using CDU.[] After 1 year of follow-ups, he still experienced a mild weakness and hypesthesia of the right leg but no further episodes of priapism or sexual dysfunction.[]

  • Pulsus Alternans

    Hypofunction Insufficiency 342 Obesity 346 Thyroid Enlargement 349 Hypercalcemia 352 Hypocalcemia 356 Hyperlipidemia 359 Neurologic Problems 363 Delirium 368 Dementia 370 Headaches[] Venous thrombosis , Budd-Chiari syndrome , Renal vein thrombosis , Paget-Schroetter disease ) - Varicose veins / Portacaval anastomosis ( Hemorrhoid , Esophageal varices , Varicocele[] , suggesting diminished contractile performance of weak beats.[]

  • Surgical Procedure

    […] posterior maxilla, with the integrated lead extending into the pterygopalatine fossa to electrically stimulate the sphenopalatine ganglion (SPG) as a treatment for cluster headache[] Francis Hospital, Greenville, SC, 04/10/2013) Testicular Disorders Varicocele Surgery (Beth Israel Medical Center, New York, NY, 2/24/2009) Circumcision Circumcision (Broward[] Observational studies with PS analysis in surgery are increasing in frequency, but specific methodological issues and weaknesses in reporting exist.[]

  • Klinefelter Syndrome

    The patient was admitted with a fever and headache that had persisted for three weeks. Repeated blood cultures showed growth of Streptococcus oralis.[] Eighty seven percent of KS had a regular vascular pattern, 12.5% varicocele, 12.5% nodules 1 cm.[] Two years before admission, the patient had difficulty in walking with progressive weakness.[]

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