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1,270 Possible Causes for Ileus, Ulcer

  • Appendicitis

    Other common pathologic findings include appendiceal ulceration. The cause of the ulceration is unknown, although a viral etiology has been postulated.[] 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[] […] performed and the histopathological examination of the resected specimen showed the presence of E. vermicularis as well as intense acute inflammatory patterns such as mucosal ulceration[]

  • Perforated Peptic Ulcer

    Perforated peptic ulcer is a complication of peptic ulcer disease.[] Subcategory analysis of postoperative complications showed that laparoscopic repair had also similar rates of repair site leakage, intra-abdominal abscess, postoperative ileus[] Primary outcome measures included proportion of septic and other abdominal complications (surgical site infection, suture leakage, intra-abdominal abscess, postoperative ileus[]

  • Duodenal Ulcer Perforation

    The endpoints were initial ulcer healing and ulcer relapse rate after 1 year.[] […] meals worsens 1-3 hours after eating radiates to the back awaken patient at night Ulcer Perforation pain in right shoulder ( air under the diaphragm) rebound tenderness ileus[] Complications: Wound infection was seen in eight patients (16%), chest infection was seen in seven patients (14%), burst abdomen occurred in one patient (2%), paralytic ileus[]

  • Perforated Viscus

    The patient's neurological and cardiovascular complications resolved with repair of a duodenal ulcer and correction of hypermagnesemia.[] […] with perforation Inflammatory bowel disease (eg, toxic megacolon) Obstruction* (gas traversing intact mucosa): neoplasm, imperforate anus, Hirschsprung disease, meconium ileus[] Peptic Ulcer Device: Endoscopic Translumenal Omental Patch Not Applicable Detailed Description: Perforation is the most dangerous complication of gastroduodenal ulcer disease[]

  • Amebiasis

    […] mucosa; and in fewer patients, submucosal invasion suggestive of colon cancer, bleeding ulcers, proctitis, and ulcers with aphthae in rectum.[] Three days after hospitalization, ileus developed and right hemicolectomy was performed.[] The vulvar amebic ulcers responded dramatically to metronidazole therapy.[]

  • Acute Peritonitis

    Complications:  Systemic complications:  Bacterimic or endotoxic shock  SIRS  MODS  Abdominal Complications:  Paralytic ileus  Residual/recurrent abscess/ Inflammatory[] Figure 15-14 Perforated peptic ulcer of stomach. Figure 15-14 Perforated peptic ulcer of stomach. Gastric ulcer.[] The most difficult diferenciacija from colic (hepatic, renal, lead), tablecheck crises, spastic and paralytic ileus, bleeding into the retroperitoneal tissue.[]

  • Subphrenic Abscess

    Perforated duodenal ulcers are usually treated surgically.[] Additionally, gastrointestinal disorders like ileus may be reported. In some cases, pathological reduction of bowel movements may be the only symptom of an SA.[] To reduce paralytic ileus 4. To eliminate the primary source of infection by means of excision, closure or isolation 5.[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    […] gastrojejunal ulcer with hemorrhage K28.5 Chronic or unspecified gastrojejunal ulcer with perforation K28.6 Chronic or unspecified gastrojejunal ulcer with both hemorrhage[] […] their child was “dehydrated” and got an IV) CON: Requires more parental/caregiver involvement (we American’s are generally lazy) CON: Can’t be used in the setting of an ileus[] Upper abdominal pain could be acute cholecystitis, pancreatitis, or a perforated ulcer.[]

  • Pharyngitis

    ) (viral) J02.9 purulent J02.9 putrid J02.9 Ulcer, ulcerated, ulcerating, ulceration, ulcerative sore throat J02.9 ICD-10-CM Codes Adjacent To J02.9 J01.41 Acute recurrent[] […] cerebrovascular disease, diabetes mellitus, prostatic hypertrophy, angle-closure glaucoma, phenylketonuria (with orally disintegrating tablets) • history of seizures, paralytic ileus[] The oropharyngeal ulcers and vesicles resolve within 1 week.[]

  • Jejunal Vascular Anomaly with Hemorrhage

    However, complications such as mucosal laceration, avulsion of mesenteric vessels, prolonged ileus and wound infection are not uncommon, and death has been reported in the[] Peptic ulcers are the most common cause of upper GI bleeding.[] […] bleeding ulcer with overlying clot (no visible vessel) – IIc: Ulcer with hematin coveredMinor SRH base – III: Clean ulcer ground (no clot, no vessel) 30/81 30.[]

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