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25 Possible Causes for Peptic Ulcer, Supraclavicular Fat Pads

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  • Cushing's Disease

    Weight gain in face ( moon face ) Weight gain above the collar bone (supraclavicular fat pad) Weight gain on the back of neck ( buffalo hump ) Skin changes with easy bruising[] Gastrointestinal (GI) irritation may lead to peptic ulcers, and both insulin resistance and glucose intolerance can cause hyperglycemia.[] Individuals with Cushing syndrome can develop moon facies, facial plethora, supraclavicular fat pads, buffalo hump, truncal obesity, and purple striae, as shown in the image[]

  • Iatrogenic Cushing's Disease

    Diabetes and peptic ulceration may also cause symptoms.[] Weight gain in face ( moon face ) Weight gain above the collar bone (supraclavicular fat pad) Weight gain on the back of neck ( buffalo hump ) Skin changes with easy bruising[] ulcer disease Pericardial effusion and cardiac tamponade Pericarditis Perioperative management Peripheral arterial disease Peripheral nerve injuries Peritonitis Persistent[]

  • Adrenal Cortex Hormone

    Explain the importance of avoiding alcohol and aspirin, which may contribute to the development of peptic ulcer disease.[] Ulcers Gynecology Hepatitis Hypertension Lipid Management Nutrition / Obesity Osteoporosis/Bone Disease Pediatric Infections Pregnancy / Infertility Respiratory Infections[] Gastrointestinal tract Dyspepsia, gastritis, peptic ulceration and perforation of the gut, especially in patients also taking non-steroidal anti- inflammatory drugs Acute[]

  • ACTH-Secreting Pituitary Adenoma

    MEN-1 is characterized by peptic ulcer disease and endocrine hyperactivity involving the pituitary, parathyroid and pancreas.[] fat pad, sometimes known as a 'buffalo hump' purple skin striae easy skin bruising acanthosis nigricans proximal myopathy depression and other mood disorders osteoporosis[] Weight gain (with centripetal distribution, buffalo-hump, supraclavicular fat pad), arterial hypertension, ecchymoses and purple striae on flanks and lower abdomen are all[]

  • Cortisone

    Cushing's syndrome invariably presents with a classical phenotype comprising central adiposity, prominence of dorsal, supraclavicular and temporal fat pads, bruising, abdominal[] […] failure , potassium loss, hypokalemic alkalosis , and hypertension have been reported with cortisone therapy. [ Ref ] Gastrointestinal Gastrointestinal side effects including peptic[] Depression and peptic ulcers occasionally occur.[]

  • Bronchogenic Carcinoma

    ulcers (calcium increases acidity) Moans – fatigue, myalgia, proximal muscle weaness, hypertension (calcified arterial walls), corneal calcification (slit-lamp) Psychic overtones[] – between scapula and neck Supraclavicular fat pads I mmunosuppression (Opportunistic infection) – decreases lymphocyte and monocyte function and production; decreased complement[] […] nephrocalcinosis; polyuria or polydipsia; impairment of renal function Bones – bone pain and fractures; chondrocalcinosis Groans – anorexia, constipation, nausea and vomiting, peptic[]

  • Adrenocortical Carcinoma

    Adrenocortical carcinoma is extremely rare in children. The majority of cases presented with a combination of clinical features of Cushing syndrome and hyperandrogenism. The authors report three cases of isolated androgen-producing adrenocortical carcinoma with different clinical presentations. The two cases had[…][]

  • Virilization

    Clinical case: We report the case of a 64-year-old female with past medical history of type 2 diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, peptic ulcer disease, low back pain,[] Stigmata of Cushing’s syndrome (facial plethora, striae, dorsocervical or supraclavicular fat pads) were not present. Figure 1.[]

  • Secondary Aldosteronism

    Weight gain, glucose intolerance, striae, skin thinning, increase in cervical, supraclavicular fat pad, facial plethora, muscle weakness, or osteoporosis in an obese patient[] Ulcer Disease 235 Pancreatitis 240 Noninfectious Hepatitis and Liver Disease 247 Viral Hepatitis 256 Biliary Disease 261 Cholecystitis 266 References 270 Hematology 45 Anemia[] One drug that can cause this disorder is carbenoxolone, a synthetic derivative of glycyrrhizinic acid that is used to treat peptic and oral ulcers and gastroesophageal reflux[]

  • Diabetic Pseudotabes

    Anticholinergic drug used in peptic ulcer: Pirenzipine 73. Postural hypotension is commoner with which adrenergic blocker: Prazosin 74.[] Skin (plethora; hirstutism; ance; telengectasia); Moon facies; Eyes (visual fields - fundi (HTN DM Papilloedema); Mouth thrush; Neck - supraclavicular fat pads; acanthosis[] Prostaglandin analogue used in peptic ulcer: E1 84. Prostaglandin analogue used in glaucoma: F2alpha 85. Shortest acting neuromuscular blocking agent: Mivacurium 86.[]

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