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2,331 Possible Causes for Persistent Vomiting, Sclerotic Mastoids (31%)

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  • Suppurative Labyrinthitis

    […] and increased risk of limited exposure if the sigmoid sinus is anterior, the jugular bulb is high or the mastoid is sclerotic.31 Due to limitations of the retrolabyrinthine[] It may be associated with nausea, vomiting, and eye nystagmus. The cause is often not clear.[] Four limbs feel tired and heavy Abdominal and epigastric distention after eating Maybe acid regurgitation or vomiting Loose stools Shortness of breath T: Pale and flabby[]

  • Pyloric Obstruction

    Patient had complaints of persistent vomiting with significant weight loss.[] Persistent vomiting can quickly lead to dehydration and electrolyte imbalance, which can be life-threatening. Babies will fail to gain weight (or will lose weight).[] INTRODUCTION Gastric outlet obstruction in the pediatric population, after the first few weeks of life, is an uncommon cause of persistent vomiting and most often requires[]

    Missing: Sclerotic Mastoids (31%)
  • Partial Small Bowel Obstruction

    Metabolic alkalosis can be seen in patients with persistent vomiting. Hematocrit may be elevated in severe dehydration.[] Operative management VS Non operative management Patients without the signs of strangulation or peritonitis or history of persistent vomiting or combination of CT scan signs[] Recommendations In absence of signs of strangulation and history of persistent vomiting or combined CT-scan signs (free fluid, mesenteric edema, small-bowel feces sign, devascularization[]

    Missing: Sclerotic Mastoids (31%)
  • Basilar Migraine

    Ophthalmoplegic migraine begins with a headache felt in the eye and is accompanied by vomiting.[] PPPD actually is an acronym for a psychiatric diagnosis, " Persistent postural perceptive Dizziness ".[] Children with cyclic vomiting syndrome rarely require evaluation by a gastroenterologist to exclude other gastrointestinal (GI) disorders.[]

    Missing: Sclerotic Mastoids (31%)
  • Brain Neoplasm

    Common symptoms include: severe, persistent headaches seizures (fits) persistent nausea, vomiting and drowsiness mental or behavioural changes, such as memory problems or[] Persistent headaches Problems with vision Nausea, vomiting, and general drowsiness Seizures Issues with short-term memory Speech problems Coordination issues Personality changes[] Although brain tumor symptoms resemble those of many other illnesses, the presence of a brain tumor may be suspected in patients who have persistent headaches with vomiting[]

    Missing: Sclerotic Mastoids (31%)
  • Congenital Pyloric Stenosis

    Due to the loss of hydrochloric acid in the gastric contents from persistent vomiting, patients are at risk of electrolyte imbalance, specifically the characteristic hypochloremic[] The infant may present with failure to retain feeds, persistent non-bilious vomiting after feeds, a palpable epigastric mass [which is the thickened pylorus] and dehydration[] Persistent vomiting is most often a result of esophagitis or gastritis and is managed by stopping the feedings for several hours, and then restarting feedings at low volume[]

    Missing: Sclerotic Mastoids (31%)
  • Porphyria

    Megan Railling "Megan was a typical healthy teenager until, for no explainable reason, she became ill with persistent vomiting, abdominal symptoms, bowel dysfunction and major[]

    Missing: Sclerotic Mastoids (31%)
  • Acute Intermittent Porphyria

    vomiting, hyponatraemia, convulsions, psychosis or neuropathy.[] Read more about Megan Meet Ariel Learn how Ariel’s persistence took her from surgery for a broken nose, to vomiting, pain, and dangerously high blood pressure, to five misdiagnoses[] These symptoms resolve after the attack, though anxiety may persist.[]

    Missing: Sclerotic Mastoids (31%)
  • Cardiac Glycoside Poisoning

    Even though all symptomatic patients had persistent vomiting, severe yellow oleander induced cardiotoxicity was associated with hyperkalaemia.[]

    Missing: Sclerotic Mastoids (31%)
  • Abdominal Migraine

    Some short-term illnesses, like the flu, can cause persistent vomiting that results in weight loss.[] This helped with the persistent vomiting, but he is still experiencing intractable nausea.[] Alarm symptoms (see above) : Alarm symptoms more likely: Vomiting generally equally likely but beware persistent or significant vomiting. Chronic severe diarrhoea.[]

    Missing: Sclerotic Mastoids (31%)

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