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1,801 Possible Causes for Hyperactive Bowel Sounds, Hyponatremia, Tympanitic Abdomen

  • Small Bowel Obstruction

    However, hyponatremia ( 134 mmol/L) and CT scan findings of wall thickening or a suspected closed loop were independently associated with bowel ischemia.[] On the other hand, if very hyperactive bowel sounds are heard they are indicative of mechanical obstruction.[] Signs Vital Sign s: Dehydration vs SIRS Criteria ( Sepsis ) Sinus Tachycardia Hypotension Bowel sounds Initial: High pitched, hyperactive bowel sounds Later: Hypoactive or[]

  • Intestinal Obstruction

    Examination revealed hyperactive bowel sounds with scant fecal matter on rectal examination.[] This case report is that of a 42-year-old female who presented with a 6-month history of change in bowel habits in favor of increasing constipation.[]

    Missing: Hyponatremia
  • Volvulus

    bowel sounds High rate of mortality, particularly in older patients ( Eur Rev Med Pharmacol Sci 2013;17:127 ) Radiology description Dilated loops of intestine Volvulus may[] abdomen Abdominal distention /- palpable mass Diagnosis Abdominal plain films usually diagnostic Inverted U-shaped appearance of distended sigmoid loop Largest and most dilated[] Bowel sounds are initially hyperactive becoming absent later on [ 1, 7 ].[]

  • VIPoma

    Personal Health Photo Credit Gracia Lam Insomnia Can Kill You Chronic insomnia is linked to an increased risk of developing hypertension, Type 2 diabetes, heart attack, depression, anxiety and premature death. By JANE E. BRODY Voices Photo Credit iStock A Fractured Ankle Turned Me Into My Father I saw firsthand how[…][]

    Missing: Tympanitic Abdomen
  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Diluted ORS often lead to Hyponatremia.[] Hyponatremia was defined 145 mEq/L.[] There was significant association between ORS intake and Hyponatremia. Out of 59 children who were given ORS before admission, 30 (68.2%) children had Hyponatremia.[]

    Missing: Tympanitic Abdomen
  • Decreased Bowel Sounds

    Decreased or absent bowel sounds often indicate constipation. Increased ( hyperactive ) bowel sounds can sometimes be heard even without a stethoscope.[] Hyperactive bowel sounds, on the other hand, refer to an increase in intestinal activity. Hyperactive bowel sounds may occur after a meal or during bouts of diarrhea.[] Hyperactive bowel sounds are often found before a blockage. It is quite common to find one quadrant with hyperactive bowel sounds and one with none or hypoactive ones.[]

    Missing: Tympanitic Abdomen
  • Infantile Gastroenteritis

    […] the 65 cases of convulsions with acute diarrhea, there were 18 cases of BICE, 15 cases of febrile seizures, 13 cases of epilepsy, 6 cases of viral encephalitis, 6 cases of hyponatremia[]

    Missing: Tympanitic Abdomen
  • Large Bowel Obstruction

    At first, enteric stimuli resulting from the obstruction cause an increase in propulsive activity, causing hyperactive bowel sounds.[] His abdomen was distended, tympanitic to percussion, and nontender. Bowel sounds were quiet, but present.[] The abdomen is highly tympanitic to percussion, with high-pitched bowel sounds. An abdominal mass might be present but the distension may prevent it being palpable.[]

    Missing: Hyponatremia
  • Electrolyte Imbalance

    Causes of Hyponatremia Hyponatremia is caused by conditions such as water retention and renal failure that result in a low sodium level in the blood.[] bowel sounds, frequent and watery bowel movements - Absorption requires active form of vitamin D - Stored in bones - Parathyroid hormone: releases when more calcium is needed[] Hyperactive bowel sounds D. Increased specific gravity of the urine 63. A. Tap water B. Sterile water C. Sodium chloride D. Distilled water 64. A. Peas B. Cauliflower C.[]

    Missing: Tympanitic Abdomen
  • Salmonella Infection

    Splenic abscess as a presentation of a Salmonella infection is described in children and adults. A combination of antibiotics and splenectomy is the standard treatment. We report a 12-year-old girl admitted to the hospital with fever, abdominal pain, and anorexia. White blood cell count was 17,900/microL and C-reactive[…][]

    Missing: Tympanitic Abdomen

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