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489 Possible Causes for Prerenal Azotemia, Salicylate Poisoning, Sunken Fontanelle

  • Dehydration

    Signs of Dehydration Mild Thirst Dry lips Slightly dry mouth membranes Moderate Very dry mouth membranes Sunken eyes Sunken fontanelle (soft spot) on infant’s head.[quickcare.org] […] eyes, (in infant – sunken fontanel, the soft spot on the head), limited, very dark urine, cramps, stiff and/or painful joints, severe irritability, severe headache, few or[lecomhealth.com] These include: thirst, restless or irritable behaviour, decreased skin turgor, dry mucous membranes, sunken eyes, sunken fontanelle (in infants), and absence of tears when[rehydrate.org]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Severe dehydration—which is an emergency—can cause extreme thirst, extreme sleepiness, sunken fontanels, and fussiness in infants; irritability/confusion in adults; and dry[contemporaryclinic.pharmacytimes.com] […] appearance to the eyes Sunken soft spot on an infant's head (fontanelle) Most viruses and bacteria are passed from person to person by unwashed hands.[medlineplus.gov] […] mucous membranes, little urine to anuria, sunken eyes, tenting, hypotension, tachycardia, rapid breathing, fever, and delirium in individuals of any age.[contemporaryclinic.pharmacytimes.com]

    Missing: Salicylate Poisoning
  • Diarrhea

    […] eyes sunken fontanel sleepiness irritability Seek immediate treatment if any of the following apply to your child: They’ve had diarrhea for 24 hours or more.[healthline.com] […] eyes, grayish skin, sunken soft spot (fontanelle) on your baby’s head.[caringforkids.cps.ca] […] child’s doctor or seek emergency care if you see symptoms of dehydration, such as: decreased urination dry mouth a headache fatigue a lack of tears when crying dry skin sunken[healthline.com]

    Missing: Salicylate Poisoning
  • Diabetes Insipidus

    Symptoms may include: Dry mucous membranes Dry skin Sunken appearance to eyes Sunken fontanelles (soft spot) in infants Changes in memory or balance Other symptoms that can[nlm.nih.gov] Symptoms of dehydration include: Dry skin Dry mucous membranes (sticky mouth) /reduced tears Sunken appearance to eyes Sunken fontanelles (soft spot in the skull) in infants[histio.org] Complications Inadequate fluid consumption can result in the following complications: Dehydration Dry skin Dry mucous membranes Sunken appearance to eyes Sunken fontanelles[chinese-school.netfirms.com]

    Missing: Salicylate Poisoning
  • Renal Salt-Wasting Syndrome

    […] anterior fontanel 12.[slideshare.net] […] anterior fontanel.[jnaccjournal.org] […] with severe hyponatremia orthostatic tachycardia OR hypotension altered mental status increased capillary refill timeseizures increased skin turgorcoma dry mucous membranes sunken[slideshare.net]

    Missing: Salicylate Poisoning
  • Hypovolemic Shock

    Early signs of dehydration: poor skin turgor, sunken fontanelle in infants, decrease in body weight Signs of internal bleeding: abdominal tenderness, swelling, discoloration[ehealthstar.com]

    Missing: Salicylate Poisoning
  • Shigella Enteritis

    fontanelles dizziness especially when standing up Dehydration is a serious medical condition requiring urgent medical attention.[healthline.com] […] include: dry mouth sunken eyes lack of tears low volume of urine urine that is very dark in color severe fatigue soft spot on the top of the head of an infant, known as sunken[healthline.com]

    Missing: Salicylate Poisoning
  • Malignant Carcinoid Syndrome

    poisoning Strychnine poisoning Drugs of abuse (cocaine, amphetamine, methamphetamine, MDMA, phencyclidine) History of inhalational anesthetics Family history of malignant[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] akathisia Tardive dyskinesia Postural tremor Nonneuroleptic-induced syndromes Serotonin syndrome Anticholinergic delirium Monoamine oxidase inhibitor toxicity Lithium toxicity Salicylate[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: Sunken Fontanelle
  • Congestive Heart Failure

    Congestive heart failure occurs when the heart can no longer meet the metabolic demands of the body at normal physiologic venous pressures. Typically, the heart can respond to increased demands by means of 1 of the following: Increasing the heart rate, which is controlled by neural and humoral input Increasing[…][emedicine.com]

    Missing: Salicylate Poisoning Sunken Fontanelle
  • Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage

    The proposed etiology is some combination of absorption of digested blood products and prerenal azotemia due to hypovolemia. Tachycardia and Orthostatic Hypotension .[mdedge.com]

    Missing: Salicylate Poisoning Sunken Fontanelle