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1,327 Possible Causes for Rectal Bleeding, Unilateral Foot Swelling

  • Hemophilia B

    Other common symptoms include excessive bruising, oral bleeding, epistaxis, hematuria, rectal bleeding, weakness, abdominal pain and tenderness, dyspnea and headache.[] A full-term male, healthy newborn infant suddenly developed melena and rectal fresh blood oozing at age of 4 days.[] As children begin to walk, bleeding episodes involve the joints and muscles. The onset of bleeding may be spontaneously or after minimal injury.[]

  • Hemophilia A

    […] hemorrhage; the rectal bleeding was recurrent and eventually fatal.[] […] developed in 1 additional participant 5 days after his previous emicizumab dose and after 4 consecutive days of treatment with activated prothrombin complex concentrate for rectal[]

  • Hemophilia

    Inhibitor development is one of the major problems in hemophilia patients. Whereas the inhibitor incidence in hemophilia A is estimated to be as high as 25-30%, it appears to be less frequent in hemophilia B, occurring in about 1-3% of hemophilia B patients. There are only a few case reports about immune tolerance[…][]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    We report a fatal case of acute gastroenteritis in a child with autism spectrum disorder. Multiple viral coinfections were detected by PCR in the patient's stool and digestive biopsy specimens. As viral detection is not necessarily associated with symptomatic disease, a semi-quantitative approach using cycle treshold[…][]

    Missing: Unilateral Foot Swelling
  • Malignant Neoplasm

    Intestinal obstruction, weight loss, and, in two patients, rectal bleeding with radiologic evidence of a mass lesion that involved the rectosigmoid were present at initial[] Ulceration can cause bleeding that, if it occurs in the lung, will lead to coughing up blood, in the bowels to anemia or rectal bleeding, in the bladder to blood in the urine[]

    Missing: Unilateral Foot Swelling
  • Congenital Venous Malformation

    If the lesion extends into the lower gastrointestinal tract (intestines) or the bladder, rectal bleeding or blood in the urine may be seen.[]

  • Acromegaly

    Bowels- change in bowel habit, rectal bleeding, pain, kidney stones, polyps Muscular- proximal weakness, difficulty getting out of a chair Thyroid history (also causes Obstructive[] bleeding Newly diagnosed diabetic with hypertension HISTORY (3 minutes) Take a snoring history: Timing questions- since when, getting worse, previous episodes Do you stop[] Headache and blurred vision on a background of diabetes and colonic polyps Pain and tingling in hands with a background of hypertension Thirst and polyuria (new diabetes) Rectal[]

    Missing: Unilateral Foot Swelling
  • May-Thurner Syndrome

    bleeding with or without mucus or undigested food in stool, dizziness, syncope/pre-syncope, occipital neuralgia, skin rashes, burning sensation under skin, insomnia, sleep[] (ULQ abdominal pain that can also radiate to the right or pelvic region on both sides, constant nausea, dysphagia, pain after eating, alternating diarrhea/constipation, rectal[]

  • Anal Fissure

    Their clinical presentation consisted of constipation, rectal bleeding, anal pain, perianal itching, abdominal pain, irritability and rectal prolapse.[] Painful defecation and rectal bleeding are common symptoms. The diagnosis typically is clinical.[] One patient underwent surgery at follow-up due to recurrence of symptoms, and rubber band ligation was applied to another patient who had internal hemorrhoidal rectal bleeding[]

    Missing: Unilateral Foot Swelling
  • Intussusception

    The most common symptom in adults is abdominal pain (70-80%), while other symptoms may include vomiting, diarrhea, or rectal bleeding/melena.[] bleeding (one of five patients).[] Other possible symptoms of intussusception include nausea, vomiting, and rectal bleeding (red jelly-like stools), sometimes mixed with mucus.[]

    Missing: Unilateral Foot Swelling

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