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90 Possible Causes for Hyperpyrexia, Nephrolithiasis, Shock

  • Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

    […] grew Group A streptococci (GAS) with a negative rapid Streptococcus throat swab and no known exposure to Streptococcus On further review, patient met criteria for GAS toxic shock[] After further evaluation, our patient was found to be suffering from toxic shock syndrome, which in many ways may resemble PID.[] A 19-year-old girl with type 1 diabetes mellitus developed sudden-onset mental status change and shock after resolution of diabetic ketoacidosis.[]

  • Acute Pyelonephritis

    The platelet count and serum albumin level in the septic shock group were significantly lower than in the non-septic shock group (p 0.002 and p 0.003, respectively).[] […] children with congenital lesions, women of childbearing age, men and women age 60 years (due to nodular hyperplasia of prostate, cystoceles in women, cervical carcinoma, nephrolithiasis[] […] with higher risk of complications such as abscess, Antibiotic Resistance) Age under 1 or over 60 years Abnormality (Polycystic Kidney, Vesicoureteral reflux) Obstruction ( Nephrolithiasis[]

  • Dehydration

    KEYWORDS: Dynamic obstruction; dehydration; echocardiography; mitral regurgitation; shock[] Heat stroke: Hyperpyrexia, dry skin, and mental status changes may occur. [8] Cystic fibrosis: This results in excessive sodium and chloride losses in sweat, placing patients[] Shock. 2016 Sep;46(3 Suppl 1):74-82. doi: 10.1097/SHK.0000000000000653.[]

  • Acute Pancreatitis

    Emergency physicians should consider this diagnosis in acute pancreatitis as a possible cause of hypovolemic shock and anatomic course of the IMV and prevent fulminant shock[] We present a case where a SAP patient presenting with a sudden hyperpyrexia was treated for 19 days.[] Loss-of-function mutations in CYP24A1 cause hypercalcemia, nephrolithiasis and nephrocalcinosis.[]

  • Graves Disease

    Roughly 10 h transpired between his presentation and the development of cardiogenic shock.[] Reduction of refractory hypercalciuria If the patient has refractory hypercalciuria (as is mainly seen in pre-existing renal insufficiency or nephrolithiasis), hydrochlorothiazide[] She was found to have pulmonary artery hypertension resulting in obstructive shock. Thyroid storm was diagnosed according to Burch and Wartofsky score.[]

  • Heat Exhaustion

    Place the feet higher than the head to avoid shock. Remove clothing.[] The differential diagnosis of the patient with hyperpyrexia and mental status change is shown in Table 3.[] S igns and symptoms resemble those of shock and may include: Feeling faint Nausea Heavy sweating Ashen appearance Rapid, weak heartbeat Low blood pressure Cool, moist skin[]

  • Myocardial Infarction

    Fifty of the patients had died in cardiogenic shock, the remainder from refractory congestive heart failure.[] There are two distinct forms, one associated with hyperpyrexia and the other occurring in isolation.[] These shock episodes may offset potential benefits.[]

  • Urosepsis

    We report a case of urosepsis and multiple ureteric strictures following extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy for recurrent renal stones.[] We report an extremely rare case of urosepsis caused by Globicatella sanguinis and Corynebacterium riegelii coinfection in a 94-year-old Japanese man with nephrolithiasis.[] There were 31 cases with shock (40.3 %) and multivariate analyses demonstrated that serum CRP was the only clinical risk factor for shock due to urosepsis.[]

  • Ascending Cholangitis

    If untreated, sepsis with shock, vascular collapse, multiorgan failure, and potentially death can occur.[] Fever and Skin Rash 292 Fever and the Renal Transplant Recipient 301 Fever Following Travel Abroad 306 Hyperpyrexia and Hyperthermia 316 Fever in the Granulocytopenic Patient[] Myotonic syndromes Narcolepsy Nasal papilloma Necrotizing enterocolitis Neonatal jaundice Neonatal respiratory distress syndrome Neoplastic meningitis Nephritic syndrome Nephrolithiasis[]

  • Acute Emphysematous Cholecystitis

    Clinical symptom presentation included: right hypochondrial pain and fever in all cases, vomiting in 9, septic shock in 3, jaundice in 7, and peritonitis in 8.[] "Chapter 135: Approach to the Paient with Nephrolithiasis". In Goroll, AH; Mulley, AG (eds.).[] We describe a diabetic woman with advanced ovarian cancer who developed septic shock due to acute emphysematous cholecystitis with rapid deterioration within 6 hours led to[]

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