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174 Possible Causes for Lower Abdominal Pain, Perianal Abscess

  • Crohn's Disease

    We describe the case of a 51-year-old man presenting with 7 months of right lower quadrant abdominal pain on the background of known Crohn's disease.[] – a collection of pus, often occurring near the anus (perianal abscess); ulcers around the anus and adjoining area; and obstruction of the bowel.[] Common presenting symptoms include chronic diarrhoea, weight loss, and right lower quadrant abdominal pain mimicking acute appendicitis.[]

  • Ulcerative Colitis

    Within two months, she was re-admitted to our hospital, presenting with hematochezia and lower abdominal pain. She was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis.[] ., a 57-year-old male complained of 8 days of bloody diarrhea and lower abdominal pain.[] Patients commonly experience bloody diarrhoea, chronic diarrhoea (or both), lower abdominal pain, faecal urgency, and extraintestinal manifestations, particularly those related[]

  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease

    She had not developed any preceding change in her bowels and did not have abdominal pain; the IBD was diagnosed on endoscopic findings.[] Additional features can include perianal disease (abscesses, fissures and fistula), dermatologic abnormalities (recurrent folliculitis, eczematous skin lesions), autoimmunity[] Fistula, mass, and abscess development is common. Fistulas do not occur. Perianal lesions are significant in 25‒35% of cases. Significant perianal lesions never occur.[]

  • Abscess

    An abscess that forms due to obstruction of the appendix is called appendicitis (a-pen-di-SY-tis), which usually causes severe pain in the lower right part of the abdomen.[] ; and A perianal abscess is a pool of pus that forms next to the anus , often causing considerable tenderness and swelling in that area and pain on sitting down and on defecating[] Like other abscesses, perianal abscesses may require prompt medical treatment, such as an incision and debridement or lancing .[]

  • Perinephric Abscess

    A 6-year-old girl had lower abdominal pain for 3 days and high fever on the day of admission.[] […] the parietal pleura. periproctic abscess Perianal abscess. peritoneal abscess An abscess within the peritoneal cavity usually following peritonitis.[] Symptoms can include: Fever Chills Flank pain/abdominal pain Nausea and vomiting Sepsis Symptoms of cystitis - dysuria, urinary bladder frequency and urgency and suprapubic[]

  • Bacteroides Fragilis

    Two months later, high grade fever, lower abdominal pain and lymphadenopathy recurred.[] Most cases of BFS result from hematogenous spread from a perianal abscess or sigmoidoscopy or local spread from an adjacent infection.[] After being asymptomatic for 3 months, she again presented to the emergency department with right lower quadrant abdominal pain, fever and leucocytosis.[]

  • Anorectal Abscess

    abdominal pain and fever).[] To learn more about how we use cookies, please see our cookies policy Close Intended for healthcare professionals Education Perianal abscess Perianal abscess Practice Clinical[] An anal abscess may cause: Painful bowel movements Pain and tenderness radiating from the location of the abscess if it is near the surface Lower abdominal pain if it is located[]

  • Rectal Trauma

    pain Torn anal sphincter Foreign body that requires extraction in operating room Consider rectal injury in all patients presenting with abdominal pain following lower GI[] Perianal abscess Our anal region has tiny glands that open on the inside of the anus and probably aid in passage of stool.[] He had mild lower abdominal pain to palpation. His anus and genital showed no external signs of injury.[]

  • Infectious Colitis

    Infectious colitis is inflammation of the main part of the large intestine (colon) and can lead to sudden lower abdominal pain. In some cases, the pain can be severe.[] abscesses, bacteremia, & seeding of prosthetic joints.[] Infectious colitis symptoms will vary, yet you’ll likely experience some combination of: fever chills bloating diarrhea tenesmus lower abdominal pain Your pain and diarrhea[]

  • Enterobius Vermicularis

    abdominal pain, mild iron-deficiency anaemia but without weight loss, nausea, vomiting or gastrointestinal bleeding.[] A case of recurrent perianal abscess caused by Enterobius vermicularis infestation of the anal canal and glands in an 11-year-old boy is reported.[] The literature reports 12 cases of enterobiasis presenting as perianal abscess or granuloma.[]

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