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24 Possible Causes for Patient Appears Acutely Ill, Pelvic Hematoma, X-Ray Abnormal

  • Traumatic Urinary Bladder Rupture

    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.[] Sign and Symptoms of Bladder Injury Pelvic fracture: Pelvic pain, pelvic instability, shock, gluteal hematoma, abdominal tenderness.[]

  • Penetrating Abdominal Trauma

    BACKGROUND: Minimally invasive surgery has become increasingly utilized in the trauma setting. When properly applied, it offers several advantages, including reduced morbidity, lower rates of negative laparotomy, and shortened length of hospital stay. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the role of laparoscopy[…][]

  • Tubo-Ovarian Abscess

    […] malignancy complex diverticular abscess complex appendiceal abscess pelvic endometriosis pelvic hematoma pelvic hemorrhagic cysts hydrosalpinx ectopic pregnancy 16 inflammatory[] Patients appear acutely ill, and fever is common. Physical examination reveals skin changes that progress from an erythema to a blue-grey discoloration.[] Discussion Tubo ovarian masses comprises a broad spectrum of masses right from pelvic endometriosis, hydrosalpinx, hemorrhagic cysts, hematomas, malignancies to complex diverticular[]

  • Subcapsular Kidney Rupture

    First this patient is at risk for arterial injury with pelvic hematoma, rectal, vaginal injury and bladder injury.[] […] injury Extraluminal contrast Vascular pedicle injury Wedge-shaped or diffuse non-perfusion of kidney Subcapsular hematoma superficial crescentic hypodense area compressing[] So the question is: For what other pelvic injuries is this patient at risk and how will it affect our protocol?[]

  • Septic Shock

    […] test In cases where the source of the infection is not clear from the tests above, a doctor could also apply the following methods of getting an internal view of your body: X-rays[] The most common complication is low-grade fever, but rarely, pelvic infection, groin hematoma, iliac artery perforation, transient buttock ischemia, transient foot ischemia[] Possible complications include: heart failure abnormal blood clotting kidney failure respiratory failure stroke liver failure loss of a portion of the bowel loss of portions[]

  • Volvulus of the Small Intestine

    Ten patients (28.6%) showed X-rays abnormalities (excluding isolated diverticula), wide-mouthed sacculations being the most frequent finding.[] Figure 4: Axial CT scan of pelvic objectifying moderately abundant hemoperitoneum at the Dougla’s pouch.[] An X-ray of the abdomen may show an abnormal location for the small intestine, obstructions (blockages), and other problems.[]

  • Splenic Rupture

    Following the CT, the radiologist immediately called with preliminary results concerning for splenic laceration and hematoma with hemorrhagic abdominal and pelvic ascites[]

  • Hemoperitoneum

    Do not explore pelvic hematomas. Use external fixation of pelvic fractures to reduce or stop blood loss in this region.[] […] formed by the intra-pelvic medial migration of the K wire.[] If a pelvic hematoma was found and the patient continues to lose blood after external fixation of a pelvic fracture, arteriography with embolization can be used to stop the[]

  • Leaking Aortic Aneurysm

    Angiography: This exam, which uses x-rays, CT or MRI and a contrast material to produce pictures of major blood vessels throughout the body, is used to help identify abnormalities[] Aortography is an X-ray procedure done after a contrast or X-ray dye is injected into the bloodstream to show the areas where blood is flowing.[] A CT scan is an X-ray that shows much more detail of the organs, blood vessels, and other structures inside the body.[]

  • Fat Embolism

    The chest X-ray shows bilateral patchy pulmonary infiltrates, the ECG reveals sinus tachycardia without evidence of ischemia, infarct, or other abnormalities, and ABG analysis[] 660.8 fetal fetopelvic disproportion 653.4 fever during labor 659.2 fibroid (tumor) (uterus) 654.1 fibromyomata 654.1 forelying umbilical cord 663.0 fracture of coccyx 665.6 hematoma[] […] primigravida 659.5 embolism (pulmonary) 673.2 entanglement, umbilical cord 663.3 eversion, cervix or uterus 665.2 excessive face presentation 652.4 failure, fetal head to enter pelvic[]

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