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20 Possible Causes for Ileus, Mesenteric Lymphadenitis, Ovarian Cyst

  • Appendicitis

    These include pelvic inflammatory disease, ruptured ovarian follicles, ruptured ovarian cysts, tubal pregnancies, and endometriosis .[] The most common mimicker of appendicitis in this population is mesenteric lymphadenitis, which may be caused by a wide variety of enteric infections. [ 13 ] Ultrasonography[] Gallstone ileus as the cause of an obstructive gangrenous appendicitis is a very unusual disease presentation that should be kept in mind when finding an unusual appendicolith[]

  • Chronic Appendicitis

    I've had a pelvic ultrasound to rule out ovarian cysts, etc.[] Seven patients had ileus. Five patients had suspect fecalith over RLQ. The other four patients didn't have specific finding.[] Ultrasound examination is especially useful in teenage girls in whom gynecology conditions such as an ovarian cyst are being considered, and in pregnant women.[]

  • Familial Mediterranean Fever

    cyst, relapsing pancreatitis, infectious pleuritis or pericarditis, pneumonia and septic arthritis.[] Abdominal guarding, rebound tenderness, rigidity, and an ileus are often present. (These findings closely resemble those of an acute surgical abdomen.[] The symptoms may closely resemble those of an acute surgical abdomen accompanied by guarding, rebound tenderness, rigidity, and a dynamic ileus.[]

  • Perforated Appendix

    Women's abdomens had been entered occasionally for treatment of ovarian cysts — men's abdomens rarely, on any pretext. For a pathologist-physician like Reginald H.[] lymphadenitis, mittelschmerz, obstruction, pancreatitis, parasites, peptic ulcer disease, sarcoidosis, spirochetosis, tuberculosis, tumors, typhlitis, urinary tract infection[] The incidences of major wound sepsis, paralytic ileus, intraperitoneal abscess and urinary infection were observed in 55%, 42.5%, 12.5% and 15% respectively in drainage group[]

  • Mesenteric Lymphadenitis

    Cancer Ovarian Cyst Pancreatic Cancer Pancreatitis Peptic Ulcer Pneumonia Porphyria Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis Pulmonary Embolism Pyloric Stenosis PID Recurrent Abdominal[] Some cases of mesenteric lymphadenitis are idiopathic.[] […] patients, including ileocolitis (n   20), terminal ileitis (n   18), mesenteric lymphadenitis (n   13), choledochal cyst (n   1), accessory spleen torsion (n   1), small bowel ileus[]

  • Abdominal Visceral Abscess

    Ovarian torsion: this usually happens when an ovary is enlarged by a cyst. Diagnosis can be difficult. There may be adnexal tenderness.[] On the left a CT of mesenteric lymphadenitis in a child suspected of appendicitis.[] Peritonitis may be further complicated by ileus, sepsis , or abdominal compartment syndrome .[]

  • Perforated Viscus

    People with gastric ulcers, biliary colic and women with certain gynecological problems like an ectopic pregnancy, a ruptured ovarian cyst or a ruptured uterus are at a greater[] lymphadenitis (2.4%) [1].[] […] with perforation Inflammatory bowel disease (eg, toxic megacolon) Obstruction* (gas traversing intact mucosa): neoplasm, imperforate anus, Hirschsprung disease, meconium ileus[]

  • Left-sided Appendicitis

    Torsion of a fallopian tube and torsion or haemorrhage of an ovarian cyst tend to present with pain of sudden onset.[] MESENTERIC LYMPHADENITIS Mesenteric lymphadenitis often is associated with adenoviral infection.[] Reactive ileus is also seen. The combination of findings is compatible with malrotation with a left-sided acute appendicitis.[]

  • Retrocecal Appendicitis

    Hemorrhagic ovarian cysts can cause lower abdominal pain, especially midway through the menstrual cycle. 23 Ultrasound findings include a complex ovarian cyst (classically[] lymphadenitis, mittelschmerz, obstruction, pancreatitis, parasites, peptic ulcer disease, sarcoidosis, spirochetosis, tuberculosis, tumors, typhlitis, urinary tract infection[] […] old and obese patient The laparoscopic approach in emergency cases is revolutionary and provides a solution to prevent morbidity related to laparotomy, such as paralytic ileus[]

  • Omental Volvulus

    It poses a great challenge as it closely mimics the other conditions causing acute surgical abdomen, such as appendicitis, ovarian torsion, ruptured ovarian cyst or ectopic[] lymphadenitis mesenteric panniculitis epiploic appendagitis omental infarct : the omentum may infarct without any torsion which is considered as primary idiopathic segmental[] […] and intestinal obstruction without hernia K56.0 Paralytic ileus K56.1 Intussusception K56.2 Volvulus K56.3 Gallstone ileus K56.4 Other impaction of intestine K56.49 Other[]

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