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19 Possible Causes for Recurrent Epigastric Pain, Right Flank Pain

  • Cholelithiasis

    Charcot triad: fever, jaundice, right upper quadrant pain Reynolds pentad: fever, jaundice, right upper quadrant pain, hemodynamic instability, mental status changes; classically[] […] associated with ascending cholangitis Flank and periumbilical ecchymoses (Cullen sign and Grey Turner sign) in patients with acute hemorrhagic pancreatitis Courvoisier sign[]

  • Choledocholithiasis

    After treatment, not right flank pain relief, so the inventors to seek treatment.[] Patients such as those with right flank pain and suspected renal stones had CT performed without any contrast material administration, patients such as those with suspected[] [0049] After treatment I week, right flank pain disappeared, significantly reduced abdominal distention, nausea and vomiting disappeared, normal stool transfer.[]

  • Biliary Colic

    View larger version (213K) Fig. 3A — Acute cholecystitis in 67-year-old woman with Murphy sign and right upper quadrant and right flank pain.[] It may be asymptomatic or present with ongoing RUQ or epigastric pain with associated nausea and vomiting.[] Then I went back with more … continuing flank pain after cholecystectomy hi, please help me! im 29, female and in pain![]

  • Acute Cholecystitis

    Chilaiditi sign is the incidental radiologic finding of intestinal interposition between the liver and diaphragm, whereas Chilaiditi syndrome describes the presence of accompanying clinical symptoms including abdominal pain, constipation, vomiting, and respiratory distress. We describe a case of radiotracer accumulation over[…][]

  • Malignant Carcinoid Syndrome

    […] that was intermittent, progressive, related to compression on the right flank and irradiating to the dorsum and ipsilateral shoulder, for three months.[] […] cirrhosis or preexisting liver disease ( 4 ) and accounts to only 0.3% of the cases of neuroendocrine tumors. ( 7 ) CASE REPORT A 34-year-old male patient referred abdominal pain[]

  • Recurrent Appendicitis

    Two years later, she presented with fever, limping gait, and right flank pain.[] Recurrent appendicitis. Chronic appendicits. Dear Editor: In August 2006, a 48-year-old woman, presented with epigastric dull pain off and on for two months.[] : pain in the flank area when bending the right leg (suggests an inflammed retrocecal appendix ) Sherren's triangle : a virtual triangle on the anterior abdominal wall between[]

  • Leiomyosarcoma

    An IVC filter was inserted, and the patient was discharged home, but 20 days later, she returned to the hospital with worsening right flank pain.[] Case Presentation A 65-year-old male presented to our department complaining of recurrent epigastric and upper right abdominal pain radiating to the back for the last 3 months[] RCC 10 8 N No 6 months No No 8 [ 15 ] 2007 55 Male Flank pain Left RCC 3 2.5 RN Yes 6.5 years No No 9 [ 6 ] 2009 42 Female Flank pain Right RCC 15 RN No 7 months No No 10[]

  • Cystadenoma

    Left flank retroperitoneum;/33 cm PRMC No relaps at 10 months follow-up 8[ 12 ] 38 F Left flank pain right, descendant colon mesentery/11 cm PRMC metastases to mediastinal[] The mass was noticed by her six months ago and was associated with recurrent episodes of intermittent pain in the right upper quadrant.[] […] mucinous cystadenoma of borderline malignancy No relaps at 6 months follow-up 4[ 2 ] 41 F Right flank pain with abdominal distension Right; displacing ascending colon/21[]

  • Low Back Pain

    Often being distinguished as left or right side back pain. Most people will experience some type of flank pain in their lifetime.[] We have described acute epigastric pain following treatment with intravenous amiodarone for atrial fibrillation in a previous report.[] Flank Pain: This is a term referring to discomfort or pain in your upper abdomen, back, or sides. This pain is commonly worse on one side of your body.[]

  • Intestinal Infarction

    Omental infarction in a 60-year-old woman with acute right flank pain.[] , dull, postprandial epigastric pain usually within the first hour after eating Can lead to a fear of eating weight loss and malabsorption Bloating, nausea, occasional diarrhea[] […] acute-on-chronic mesenteric ischemia acute mesenteric ischemia Clinical features Some patients may be asymptomatic (see “Pathophysiology”) So-called ' abdominal/ intestinal angina ' Recurrent[]

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