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3,279 Possible Causes for Narrow Obturator Foramen, Pleural Effusion, Umbilical Plaque

  • Adenocarcinoma of the Colon

    If lung metastases are present there may be pleural effusions causing breathlessness. Effusions may require drainage.[]

    Missing: Narrow Obturator Foramen
  • Adenocarcinoma of the Ovary

    There was mild ascites along with mild bilateral pleural effusion.[] Pleural effusion must have positive cytology for MI/stage IV.[] Surgery is performed to remove the ovarian mass, and the patient's ascites and pleural effusion resolve promptly. What is the most likely diagnosis?[]

    Missing: Narrow Obturator Foramen
  • Malignant Gastric Neoplasm

    Pericardial fluid, pleural effusions, and thickening of the gallbladder wall improved after 3 months of treatment according to computed tomography.[] There were 2 treatment-related grade 5 AEs (acute kidney injury and pleural effusion).[] effusions, noncardiogenic pulmonary edema, pulmonary insufficiency and hypoxia, acute respiratory distress syndrome, and pulmonary fibrosis.[]

    Missing: Narrow Obturator Foramen
  • Gastric Adenocarcinoma

    With the development of complications, the patient may experience jaundice and peritoneal or pleural effusions, due to metastases or hypoalbuminemia caused by inanition.[] There were two treatment-related grade 5 AEs (acute kidney injury and pleural effusion).[] There were 2 treatment-related grade 5 AEs (acute kidney injury and pleural effusion).[]

    Missing: Narrow Obturator Foramen
  • Hypertrichotic Osteochondrodysplasia

    […] thorax, cardiomegaly, wide ribs, platyspondyly, hypoplastic ischiopubic branches, small obturator foramen, bilateral coxa valga, enlarged medullary canal, Erlenmeyer-flask-like[] obturator foramen, and coxa vara.[] obturator foramen; [Limbs]; Widened metaphyses; Erlenmeyer flask femora; Bands of growth arrest; Enlarged medullary canal; [Feet]; Short, broad first toe; Broad first metatarsal[]

    Missing: Pleural Effusion
  • Endometriosis

    We present three cases of endometriosis-related ascites, one of them with pleural effusion.[] effusions or cyclic hemoptysis asymptomatic: especially if the disease is isolated to the peritoneum stage of disease does not necessarily correlate with the severity of[] Generation and differentiation of IL-17-producing CD4 T cells in malignant pleural effusion. J. Immunol. 2010; 185 :6348–6354. [ PubMed ] [ Google Scholar ] 158.[]

    Missing: Narrow Obturator Foramen
  • Waldenstrom Macroglobulinemia

    We describe a patient with Waldenstrom macroglobulinemia who presented with a lymphocytic pleural effusion.[] Both, the pleural effusion and bronchoalveolar lavage revealed monoclonal IgM positive B-lymphocytoes.[] Pleural effusion and abnormal protein electrophoresis. N Y State J Med, 68 (1968), pp. 939-949 [4] R.H. Winterbauer, R.C.K. Riggins, F.A. Griesman, D.E. Bauermeister.[]

    Missing: Narrow Obturator Foramen
  • Umbilical Sepsis

    Effusion and Empyema 285 Congenital Malformations of the Lung 293 Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia 306 Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation 315 Esophagus 326 Esophageal Atresia[] Thoracic ultrasonography may further identify the presence and location (affected side) of peripheral lung consolidation, pleural effusion, and abscesses in foals with pneumonia[] This procedure, although easy to perform, has potential risks, including catheter-related infection, thrombosis, myocardial perforation, pleural and pericardial effusions[]

    Missing: Narrow Obturator Foramen
  • Systemic Amyloidosis

    Thus, despite a lack of biopsy-proven amyloid deposition, we suggest that these effusions may be secondary to pleural amyloid deposition.[] Patients can also less commonly present with nodules and plaques. Macrogloissia occurs in 20% of patients and is highly suggestive of primary systemic amyloidosis.[] Persistent pleural effusions (PPE) occur in 1-2% of cases of systemic amyloidosis and have been postulated to result from direct disruption of the pleura by amyloid deposits[]

    Missing: Narrow Obturator Foramen
  • McCune-Albright Syndrome

    A case of fibrous dysplasia protuberans is hereby presented, manifesting as an exudative pleural effusion in a 49 years old male with history of McCune-Albright syndrome.[] An ultrasonic examination showed that he had left-pleural effusion, which disappeared after almost a year without special treatment.[]

    Missing: Narrow Obturator Foramen

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