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941 Possible Causes for Occult Blood Positive, Pelvic Hematoma, Retroperitoneal Abscess

  • Hemorrhoids

    Subsequent necrosis of the underlying tissues produced a rectal perforation and retroperitoneal abscess, which necessitated emergency laparotomy and defunctioning colostomy[] […] fecal occult blood test. 4 Figure 1.[] Rectal perforation, pelvic sepsis, rectal hematoma causing intestinal obstruction and other life-threathening complications Life threatening complications after PPH are usually[]

  • Penetrating Abdominal Trauma

    Internal hemorrhage may be intraperitoneal or retroperitoneal.[] Delayed consequences of abdominal injury include Hematoma rupture Intra-abdominal abscess Bowel obstruction or ileus Biliary leakage and/or biloma Abdominal compartment syndrome[]

    Missing: Occult Blood Positive
  • Diverticular Abscess

    Abscesses behind the abdominal cavity (called retroperitoneal abscesses) lie behind the peritoneum, the membrane that lines the abdominal cavity and organs.[] […] inflammatory disease, hematoma, tumor, and inflammation of the iliopsoas compartment Diagnostic Tests & Interpretation Initial Tests (lab, imaging) Labs: WBC ( 10,000/mL)[] , or retroperitoneal abscess — IIa — Distant abscess that can be drained percutaneously IIb — Complex abscess with fistula III Generalized purulent peritonitis Generalized[]

  • Retrocecal Appendicitis

    A retroperitoneal abscess was diagnosed 5 days later, by computed tomography.[] The positive anaerobic blood cultured indicated a significant occult intra-abdominal process.[] Ureteric stone Primary peritonitis Henoch-Schonlein purpura Yersiniosis Diseases of the Male: Testicular torsion Epididymitis Seminal vesciculitis Gynecologic disorders: Pelvic[]

  • Retroperitoneal Hematoma

    This case illustrates the diagnostic problems encountered in a patient with posttraumatic retroperitoneal abscess caused by perforation of the posterior wall of the cecum,[] One complication of femoral artery catheterization is postprocedure pelvic hematoma. These hematomas can be difficult to differentiate from adnexal masses.[] A 57-year-old diabetic man presented with bacteremia with retroperitoneal abscess and pleural effusion caused by C. meningosepticum on the 12th day of hospitalization.[]

    Missing: Occult Blood Positive
  • Intraperitoneal Abscess in the Right Lower Quadrant

    Indeed, many retroperitoneal abscesses arise from disorders of the abdominal viscera; more than two thirds of patients with retroperitoneal abscesses also have underlying[] If evidence of a GI Bleed (melena or stool occult blood positive) consider possibility of mesenteric ischemia.[] Visceral abscesses are caused by hematogenous or lymphatic dissemination of bacteria to a parenchymatous viscus; retroperitoneal abscesses may result from a perforation of[]

  • Colonic Diverticulosis

    Stage II Distant abscess (retroperitoneal or pelvic) Stage III Purulent peritonitis secondary to rupture of a pericolic or pelvic abscess Stage IV Faecal peritonitis secondary[] […] formation, retroperitoneal fibrosis, sepsis, and fistula formation are also possible occurrences.[] 5% Stage II** Diverticulitis with a distant abscess (this may be retroperitoneal or pelvic) 5% Stage III Purulent peritonitis 13% Stage IV Faecal peritonitis 43% * Stage[]

    Missing: Pelvic Hematoma
  • Traumatic Urinary Bladder Rupture

    Giant retroperitoneal abscess caused by extraperitoneal bladder rupture after instrumental vaginal delivery. Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol 2011;158:368-9. 5.[] Additionally, the bladder may assume a teardrop shape secondary to compression from a pelvic hematoma.[] First this patient is at risk for arterial injury with pelvic hematoma, rectal, vaginal injury and bladder injury.[]

    Missing: Occult Blood Positive
  • Jejunal Diverticulosis

    […] formation, retroperitoneal fibrosis, sepsis, and fistula formation are also possible occurrences.[] […] the colon leading to bleeding or perforations may occur; intestinal obstruction may occur (constipation or diarrhea does not rule this possibility out); and peritonitis, abscess[]

    Missing: Pelvic Hematoma
  • Mesenteric Infarction

    , another one died from nosocomial pneumonia with empyema, and in another one an important retroperitoneal haematoma was evidenced at autopsy.[] blood may be positive in up to 25% GI bleed (most pts); frank bleeding more indicative colonic dz, w/small bowel dz usually occult, rare hematochezia Abdominal tenderness[] Stool examination was positive for occult blood. Abdominal CT scan showed a distended gall bladder with sludge.[]

    Missing: Pelvic Hematoma