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61 Possible Causes for Hypovolemic Shock, Pallor, Pelvic Hematoma

  • Ectopic Pregnancy

    In absolute emergency situations, a patient may present with severe tenderness, abdominal rigidity, involuntary guarding and signs of hypovolemic shock as well.[] There were 87.8% patients was had pallor, 9.4% were admitted with features of shock. Cervical motion tenderness (82.2%) was the most frequent sign.[] Complications The most common complication is rupture with internal bleeding which may lead to hypovolemic shock.[]

  • Retroperitoneal Hemorrhage

    We present the case of a 29-year-old, pregnant woman who, at 27 weeks' gestation, suffered an acute abdomen with hypovolemic shock that led to intrauterine fetal death in[] The pain was associated with sweating, dizziness, pallor, and dyspnoea. He has no history of trauma, drug use, or other chronic diseases.[] Contrast computed tomography (CT) revealed an extensive abdominal-pelvic, retroperitoneal hematoma extending approximately 15 cm in length from above L5 cephalad to below[]

  • Hypovolemic Shock

    Hemorrhage is the most common cause of hypovolemic shock.[] […] stages Stage 1 Up to 15% blood volume loss (750 mL) Compensated by constriction of vascular bed Blood pressure maintained Normal respiratory rate (12-20 breaths per minute) Pallor[] […] in the left retroperitoneal space and pelvic cavity.[]

  • Splenic Rupture

    Spontaneous splenic rupture complicated by malignant lymphoma may cause exacerbation of anemia and hypovolemic shock.[] Following the CT, the radiologist immediately called with preliminary results concerning for splenic laceration and hematoma with hemorrhagic abdominal and pelvic ascites[] Pain in the upper left abdominal quadrant, hypotension, pallor, tachycardia and abdominal distention are main symptoms.[]

  • Leaking Aortic Aneurysm

    Complications: aortic rupture bleeding from the aorta hypovolemic shock arterial embolism insufficient circulation past the aneurysm kidney failure myocardial infarction stroke[] In less serious cases, it might cause numbness, weakness, tingling, pallor, or coldness in an arm or leg, loss of sensation, light-headedness, or localized pain.[] A mass that pulses with the heart beat may also be felt. [7] The bleeding can lead to a hypovolemic shock with low blood pressure and a fast heart rate.[]

  • Postpartum Hemorrhage

    CONCLUSION: Rupture of a Sertoli-Leydig cell tumor is a potential cause of postpartum hypovolemic shock resulting from massive intraabdominal bleeding.[] ., palpitations, dizziness, hypotension, tachycardia, weakness, pallor).[] Concealed pelvic hematomas with ongoing blood loss may also be masked initially.[]

  • Hemoperitoneum

    KEYWORDS: Fibroid; Hemoperitoneum; Hypovolemic shock; Leiomyoma; Pedunculated leiomyoma; Spontaneous avulsion[] Significant findings on clinical examination were marked pallor, gross abdominal distension with doughy feel, and forniceal fullness on vaginal examination.[] Do not explore pelvic hematomas. Use external fixation of pelvic fractures to reduce or stop blood loss in this region.[]

  • Retroperitoneal Hematoma

    The patient did not show any further hemorrhage and recovered safely from hypovolemic shock.[] General physical examination revealed pallor, sternal tenderness and massive splenomegaly.[] One complication of femoral artery catheterization is postprocedure pelvic hematoma. These hematomas can be difficult to differentiate from adnexal masses.[]

  • Abruptio Placentae

    Death occurs from hypovolemic shock. (5) Monitor IV fluids per order. IV fluids will be administered to replace fluid volume.[] 660.8 fetal fetopelvic disproportion 653.4 fever during labor 659.2 fibroid (tumor) (uterus) 654.1 fibromyomata 654.1 forelying umbilical cord 663.0 fracture of coccyx 665.6 hematoma[] […] of proportion to the severity of the external bleeding (intra-uterine bleeding): rapid or weak or undetectable pulse, very low or undetectable blood pressure; tachypnoea, pallor[]

  • Volvulus

    shock MC site: Jejunal Atresia - Bilious vomit at birth - Distended Abdomen Dx: - 24 hr pH monitoring - Reflux scan Dx: US Dx: - Abd XR Double Bubble Dx: - Upper GI contrast[] Figure 4: Axial CT scan of pelvic objectifying moderately abundant hemoperitoneum at the Dougla’s pouch.[] Hypovolemic shock may be compounded by sepsis in the presence of ischemic bowel.[]

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