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154 Possible Causes for Leg Pain, Neutrophil Count Decreased, Urinary Tract Infection

  • Brucellosis

    Back pain and radiating leg pain was relieved significantly in all patients after operation. No implant failures were observed in any patients.[] Urinary tract infection .[] In this study, we discuss a 17 year old male patient who was admitted to our hospital due to fever, abdominal pain, arthralgia and rash on legs, diagnosed with brucellosis[]

  • Multiple Myeloma

    Infections: A reduction in white blood cells weakens the immune system and makes it harder for the body to fight off conditions such as pneumonia, urinary tract infections[] […] in legs Back pain Rib pain Age: 35 years and older Gender: men Race: African-American Exposure to radiation Family history Exposure to chemicals Certain health conditions[] […] absolute neutrophil count, decreased phosphorus, anemia, neutropenia, decreased total white blood cell count, decreased platelets, diarrhea, fatigue, thrombocytopenia, pyrexia[]

  • Gaucher Disease

    infection, and urinary tract infections.[] “We were playing tennis,” she recalled, when she felt what was like “drills going through my legs and hips—I fell down.”[] Temporary swelling in the legs has also been observed with drugs like Cerezyme. Please see Full Prescribing Information (PDF).[]

  • Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

    On post biopsy Day 6, the patient experienced right leg pain.[] Normal WBC counts Leukopenia is caused due to decrease in number of WBCs, particularly neutrophils.[] In a case-control study we found that women with lupus were more likely to have multiple complications of pregnancy, including diabetes, urinary tract infections, and pre-eclampsia[]

  • Severe Aplastic Anemia

    Abstract The authors treated a girl with severe aplastic anemia that developed following urinary tract infection.[] If you have PNH, you have a higher risk of developing blood. which can cause symptoms such as severe leg, abdominal or chest pain, shortness of breath, jaundice or headache[] CsA was reduced, however, his neutrophil counts decreased, and CsA could not be discontinued.[]

  • Primary Myelofibrosis

    Skin infections Urinary tract infections ( UTIs ) Headaches Fatigue Bruising easily Night sweats Fevers Petechiae (tiny red spots under your skin) How Are You Diagnosed?[] […] or discomfort pain in the left shoulder or upper left portion of the body unexpected bleeding bone pain, especially in the legs Diagnosis Because symptoms are similar to[] Disturbances in leukopoiesis render the patient prone to infections, e.g., to upper respiratory infection and urinary tract infection.[]

  • Streptococcal Septicemia

    Fecal transplant is used to treat gut infections and is now being studied as a treatment for obesity, urinary tract infections, irritable bowel syndrome and more.[] Alternatively it could start with a sore arm or leg an aching joint or pains in the.[] In newborns, characteristic findings of elevated neutrophil counts and protein concentrations and decreased glucose concentrations are obscured by normal elevations of the[]

  • Iron Deficiency Anemia

    Other symptoms include: Shortness of breath Dizziness Headache Pale complexion Palpitations Chest pain Irritability or poor concentration An unpleasant urge to move your legs[] 21.8 Fever 101 18.4 Pallor screening 125 22.7 Pica 170 31.0 Underweight 487 90.4 Worms 63 12 Other Infections (boils,ear infection, urinary tract infection) 36 6.9 * Total[] […] or other non-food things ( pica ) Feeling lightheaded when you stand up Pale skin color Shortness of breath Sore or inflamed tongue Mouth ulcers Uncontrolled movement of legs[]

  • Influenza

    Most E. coli strains are harmless, but some can cause diarrhea through contact with contaminated food or water while other strains can cause urinary tract infections, respiratory[] […] weakness, a feeling of “pins and needles,” leg pain, or referral to the hospital.[] tract *g 3 (0.3) 15 (1.5) 0.007 Upper respiratory infection 51 (5.2) 57 (5.8) 0.62 Influenza 41 (4.2) 46 (4.7) 0.66 Influenza like illness 23 (2.4) 19 (1.9) 0.54 Fever (general[]

  • Agranulocytosis

    Infection of any organ may be rapidly progressive (e.g., pneumonia, urinary tract infection ). Sepsis may also progress rapidly.[] […] gums and lesions on ears, arms, legs, and trunk Powder/Snort 0 24 5/2/08 5 Not done Full recovery 10 Colorado 40s Female Unknown Arm and neck mass with fever and cough.[] Background: Nonchemotherapy drug–induced agranulocytosis is a rare adverse reaction that is characterized by a decrease in peripheral neutrophil count to less than 0.5 10[]

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