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138 Possible Causes for Ileus, Recurrent Abdominal Pain, Right Flank Pain

  • Acute Cholecystitis

    Symptomatic nephrolithiasis Colic-type pain but location should be below right upper quadrant, more in the flank 16.[] There was one readmission for ileus. CONCLUSION: Severity grading of AC is not the sole determinant of early LC. Patient comorbidity also impacts clinical decision.[] Nothing is given orally, and nasogastric suction is instituted if vomiting or an ileus is present.[]

  • Cholelithiasis

    Charcot triad: fever, jaundice, right upper quadrant pain Reynolds pentad: fever, jaundice, right upper quadrant pain, hemodynamic instability, mental status changes; classically[] Some cases may give rise to recurrent abdominal pain or vomiting.[] Two of the patients presented with acute cholangitis and 2 presented with bowel obstruction due to gallstone ileus.[]

  • Appendicitis

    As the clinical course progresses, discomfort migrates to the right lower quadrant. Flank pain, ...[] This review presents the case of a female patient complaining of recurrent abdominal pain in the right lower quadrant, similar to the clinical symptoms of appendicitis.[] 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[]

  • Choledocholithiasis

    After treatment, not right flank pain relief, so the inventors to seek treatment.[] The patient has experienced recurrent abdominal discomfort, but was unable to get care due to lack of insurance.[] Rarely, in cases of severe inflammation, gallstones may erode through the gallbladder into adherent bowel potentially causing an obstruction termed gallstone ileus.[]

  • Intestinal Obstruction

    pain and mass.[] Another cause of meconium ileus is cystic fibrosis.[] Monitoring After surgery, patients should be monitored for recurrence of their symptoms (e.g., crampy pain, abdominal distention, vomiting).[]

  • Hydronephrosis

    flank pain.[] Older children may present with recurrent urinary tract infections or abdominal/flank pain with hydronephrosis. How common is hydronephrosis?[] Three days after hospitalization, ileus developed and right hemicolectomy was performed.[]

  • Subphrenic Abscess

    Although these are rare complications of laparoscopic cholecystectomy, they should be recognized as potential causes of recurrent abdominal pain, even months after the procedure[] Additionally, gastrointestinal disorders like ileus may be reported. In some cases, pathological reduction of bowel movements may be the only symptom of an SA.[] Paralytic ileus is invariably present with generalised peritonitis. The principal signs of peritonitis include tenderness, guarding, rigidity and rebound tenderness.[]

  • Retrocecal Appendicitis

    RESULTS: Patients presented with right lower abdominal pain (49%, 16/33), right flank pain (24%, 8/33), right upper abdominal pain (18%, 6/33), and periumbilical pain (15%[] Other causes of acute recurrent abdominal pain with the clinical picture of an acute abdomen include: hereditary angioedema, porphyria, familial Mediterranean fever, urinary[] […] 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[]

  • Biliary Colic

    View larger version (213K) Fig. 3A — Acute cholecystitis in 67-year-old woman with Murphy sign and right upper quadrant and right flank pain.[] CASE REPORT A 24-year-old African American woman presented with recurrent episodes of right upper-quadrant abdominal pain.[] Rarely, a gallstone can become impacted in the ileocecal valve that joins the caecum and the ileum, causing gallstone ileus (mechanical ileus).Complications from delayed surgery[]

  • Recurrent Appendicitis

    Two years later, she presented with fever, limping gait, and right flank pain.[] Recurrent abdominal pain due to chronic appendiceal disease. South Med. J. 1991;84(7):913-66. Leardi S, Delmonaco S, Ventura T, Chiominto A, De Rubeis G, Simi M.[] References: [3] [8] Complications Gangrenous perforation (10% of cases) Postoperative complications Abdominal wall abscess Mechanical or paralytic ileus Appendiceal stump[]

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