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285 Possible Causes for Varicocele, Weakness, Weight Gain

  • Adrenocortical Carcinoma

    "Adrenocortical carcinoma presenting as varicocele and renal vein thrombosis: a case report" . Journal of Medical Case Reports . 5 : 337. doi : 10.1186/1752-1947-5-337 .[] In 4 (50%) samples, IHC revealed a weak expression of progesterone receptor.[] A 9-year-old Japanese girl was hospitalized, because of the unstable emotions and excessive weight gain.[]

  • Pulsus Alternans

    gain that the patient had treated at home with a borrowed oxygen concentrator.[] Venous thrombosis , Budd-Chiari syndrome , Renal vein thrombosis , Paget-Schroetter disease ) - Varicose veins / Portacaval anastomosis ( Hemorrhoid , Esophageal varices , Varicocele[] , suggesting diminished contractile performance of weak beats.[]

  • Herniated Disc

    An unbalanced diet can lead to weight gain and also deprive the discs of the nutrients needed to remain supple and strong. Tobacco use.[] VAGINISMUS Chapter 965 VAGINISMO Chapter 966 VAGINITIS Chapter 967 VAGINOSIS BACTERIAL Chapter 968 VAGINOSIS BACTERIANA Chapter 969 ENFERMEDAD CARDIACA VALVULAR Chapter 970 VARICOCELE[] Along with this, there will be tingling numbness and muscle weakness.[]

  • Sexual Dysfunction

    Although sexual dysfunction is common in psychosis, its relationship with weight gain and obesity remains unclear.[] Varicocele Abnormal enlargement of the testicular veins.[] However, patients may experience some degree of malnutrition, which may lead to various clinical symptoms, such as fatigue and weakness.[]

  • Inguinal Hernia

    Possible imaging differential considerations include femoral hernia : often remain lateral to the pubic tubercle and compress the femoral vein hydrocele (may coexist) varicocele[] In men, the weak spot usually occurs in the inguinal canal, where the spermatic cord enters the scrotum.[] Weight gain and chronic coughing can sometimes cause a hernia to develop.[]

  • Hyperaldosteronism

    The drop in libido and desire caused a relationship to fail and the low testosterone aggravated a weight gain problem.[] Most seen symptoms are haematuria, left flank pain, abdominal pain and varicocele.[] Activity-dependent conduction block induced by normal activity may contribute to weakness and paralysis developing with hypokalemia.[]

  • Pelvic Congestion Syndrome

    Pelvic varicoceles were present in all patients with pelvic congestion syndrome and in six control subjects.[] Pelvic floor muscle dysfunction such as pain, spasm, tender points, trigger points, shortening, and weakness is another common finding.[] The increase in fluid and weight gain near the abdomen can cause the veins to become damaged and engorged.[]

  • Esophageal Web

    Syndrome 485 Urethral Discharge and Dysuria 486 Urinary Retention Acute 487 Urine Red 488 Urolithiasis 489 Urticaria Hives 490 Uterine Myoma 491 Vaginal Bleeding Pregnancy 492 Varicocele[] […] to young, weak and anaemic people • Weakness from speaking and walking • Pallor skin , flabby muscles and relaxed • Nausea and vomiting after eating • Heat and burning in[] In the last 2 years, he developed progressive dysphagia, anorexia, vomiting, and poor weight gain.[]

  • Valsalva Maneuver

    Some of the weight loss videos have exercises that create similar pressures. Constipation and Weight gain?[] Resting-Valsalva ratio in the standing position could be a new diagnostic index for varicocele diagnosis using CDU.[] After 1 year of follow-ups, he still experienced a mild weakness and hypesthesia of the right leg but no further episodes of priapism or sexual dysfunction.[]

  • Hypogonadism

    Active surgical treatment of varicocele might have a benefit of maintaining healthy androgen levels in subfertile men.[] […] of 2015, the US Food and Drug Administration required that testosterone product labels disclose a potential CV risk, despite the evidence base for this association being weak[] This is a case of 19 years male who presented with micropenis, marked gynaecomastia and weight gain.[]

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