Edit concept Question Editor Create issue ticket

Payr's Syndrome


  • Symptoms such as diabetes, impotence, stopped menstrual periods ( amenorrhea ), low thyroid levels (hypothyroidism), and/or breast development in males (gynecomastia) may be present.[verywell.com]
  • From our presentation of treatment modalities one can understand how many and how significant dilemmas were created in the past and many of them are still present in the treatment of this syndrome today.[blogs.bmj.com]
  • The cardinal signs of Perry syndrome were present in all three probands with symptomatic disease onset in their sixth decade of life. Parkinsonian signs were mild to moderate with a poor response to dopaminergic treatment.[neurology.org]
  • Additional work is also needed to evaluate how commonly MV-borne polyP is present in the circulation of patients with other types of cancer.[bloodjournal.org]
  • At present, there are no tools for predicting this aspect of the 22q11.2 deletion disorders in fetuses or newborns.[heart.org]
  • The football player will not notice a specific accident to cause PFJ pain – it usually occurs over a period of time. The symptoms of PFJ pain are generally a vague pain around the inner knee area. Playing football or running aggravates this pain.[rjphysio.co.nz]
  • […] splen·ic flex·ure syn·drome symptoms of pain, gas, bloating, a sense of fullness experienced in the left upper abdominal quadrant, sometimes beneath the ribs, in some instances radiating upward, and in some instances producing anterior chest pain central[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]
  • Recurrence of pain will often occur and surgical treatment will be necessary. SURGICAL TREATMENT FOR GROIN PAIN Over the past 30 years, this painful syndrome gained more interest among sports surgeons.[blogs.bmj.com]
  • This need to kill the pain is what former No. 1 pick Keith McCants says started a pain-killer addiction that turned to street drugs when the money ran out … and led him to try to hang himself to break the cycle of pain.[blogs.denverpost.com]
  • Payr rectractor Payr sign - pain on pressure over the sole of the foot, a sign of thrombophlebitis. Payr syndrome - occurs in approximately 20% of patients with irritable bowel, usually postprandially.[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]
  • A sports medicine physician will evaluate factors that may make the athlete more prone to getting the condition.[sportsmedtoday.com]
  • All of that led to an inevitable conflict between athlete, physician, coaches, managers, staff, fans and media.[blogs.bmj.com]
  • Your child should be evaluated by a team of physicians experienced in the diagnosis and care of children and adults with Williams syndrome.[stlouischildrens.org]
  • This test is performed only when physicians instruct the laboratory that they suspect a 22q11.2 deletion in a person or fetus.[heart.org]
  • It wasn’t until the late nineteenth century, however, that John Langdon Down, an English physician, published an accurate description of a person with Down syndrome.[ndss.org]
  • This out-of-alignment pathway allows the undersurface of the patella to ‘grate’ and ‘grind’ along the thigh bone causing inflammation and pain. Some players have an increased chance of developing PFJ pain.[rjphysio.co.nz]
  • Inflammation and metaplastic changes of tendon insertions consequently leads to local intense pain at the pubic symphysis. At that stage osteoporosis of pubic bones is often seen on X-ray.[blogs.bmj.com]
  • […] ergonomic desk setup and motion practices can help maintain active posture. [ citation needed ] Often the muscles in the back become weak due to prolonged (years of) "hunching" and other poor postures. [ citation needed ] Ice can be used to decrease inflammation[en.wikipedia.org]
Surgical Procedure
  • This surgical procedure and technique has been named ‘Plastica tegmentis abdominalis et canalis inguinalis sec Bassini cum modification Nesovic’.[blogs.bmj.com]
  • The most common surgical procedure for this injury involves the removal of an upper rib near the shoulder. This operation lessens the pressure on the nerve bundle by giving it a wider area to pass.[beyondtheboxscore.com]
  • procedure; scalene muscles may also need to be removed (scalenectomy).[en.wikipedia.org]
Severe Pain
  • Narcotic pain relievers may be used for severe pain. Anticonvulsants, or antiseizure drugs, such as Tegretol, Lyrica, Neurontin, and Horizant.[webmd.com]
  • Through digital examination of the inguinal rings we found that they are usually wide and painful and due to severe pain in the acute stage the patient finds this extremely uncomfortable, with sometimes enlarged and painful regional lymph nodes.[blogs.bmj.com]
  • Payr disease - constipation, with left upper quadrant pain. Synonym(s): splenic flexure syndrome Payr forceps Payr gastrectomy Payr membrane - a fold of peritoneum that crosses over the left flexure of the colon.[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]
  • Payr's disease is constipation due to kinking of an adhesion between the transverse and descending colon .[en.wikipedia.org]
Payr's Syndrome
  • syndrome EnglishSNOMED Intl D5-44102 L0314720preferred S0395333 N Payr's syndrome EnglishSNOMEDCT_US 46288008 L0314720preferred S0395333 Y Payr's syndrome EnglishSNOMEDCT_US 46288008 L0314720preferred S11317515 Y Payr syndrome EnglishICPC2P D93008 L0302179no[doctor.am]
  • The symptoms are relieved by defecation or passing of flatus. splenic flexure syndrome Payr syndrome GI disease A functional accompaniment of IBD, caused by swallowed gas that passes only as far as the transverse colon–due to kinking of the transverse[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]
  • Payr syndrome - occurs in approximately 20% of patients with irritable bowel, usually postprandially.[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]
Left Upper Quadrant Pain
  • […] of IBD, caused by swallowed gas that passes only as far as the transverse colon–due to kinking of the transverse and splenic flexure Clinical Left upper quadrant pain, abdominal distension, discomfort, constipation Management Autotherapy–defecation, flatulation[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]
Loss of Appetite
  • Other common signs include loss of appetite, diarrhea, less frequent urination, and urine that looks dark and foamy.[kidshealth.org]
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is caused by repetitive pressure on the wrist and/or injury to the wrist, as with a wrist fracture.[sportsmedtoday.com]
  • "Persistent subclavian artery stenosis following surgical repair of non-union of a fractured clavicle" (PDF). Grand Rounds. 10 : 55–8. doi : 10.1102/1470-5206.2010.0012 (inactive December 5, 2018).[en.wikipedia.org]
  • I got an X-ray, and they told me there was no broken bone, no fracture, and I was like, ‘Cool. OK—what else in the world can it be?’ ” You are not cutting my leg off,” Moore told doctors. “That’s not happening. There was little cause for alarm.[si.com]
  • “[The parents] are fearing the worst. They’re fearing a brain tumor or a stroke, and I’m able to say, ‘Your kid doesn’t even need an MRI or an EEG.’ And they love that.[theatlantic.com]
  • […] strength Difficulty with spatial processing, numbers and abstract reasoning Characteristic personality features Social, friendly and endearing with minimal stranger anxiety Enjoyment and appreciation of music Heightened anxiety and sometimes specific fears[stlouischildrens.org]
  • He feared CTE and was adamant about donating his brain, she said. "A lot of families are really tragically affected by it — not even mentioning what these men are going through and they're really not sure what is happening to them.[cbsnews.com]
  • Little is known of his family but his appearance sparked fear, fascination and superstitious theories in equal measure.[mirror.co.uk]
  • If the game has commonly used word as its name (like "FEAR" or "Volume") its number of Youtube views might be wrong.[steamspy.com]
  • Payr syndrome - occurs in approximately 20% of patients with irritable bowel, usually postprandially.[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]
  • Payr syndrome - occurs in approximately 20% of patients with irritable bowel, usually postprandially. splen·ic flex·ure syn·drome ( splenik flekshŭr sindrōm ) Symptoms of pain, gas, bloating, and a sense of fullness experienced in the left upper abdominal[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]
  • When athletes put pressure on their wrists (like when doing handstands in gymnastics or when leaning on handlebars in cycling), the median nerve can be get inflamed, irritated or damaged.[sportsmedtoday.com]
  • Rest from training and playing is advised initially - to help reduce the irritation of the kneecap. Strengthening of the inner portion of the quadriceps muscle will help normalize the tracking of the patellar.[rjphysio.co.nz]


  • Treatment for Restless Legs Syndrome Treatment for RLS is targeted at easing symptoms.[webmd.com]
  • Treatment & medication Treatment of RLS is usually focused on relieving symptoms, according to NINDS. Moving the affected limbs may provide temporary relief.[livescience.com]
  • Treatment The treatment of POEMS syndrome depends on the treatment of the underlying blood cell disorder.[verywell.com]
  • Multiple treatment modalities for this entity were proposed. In the past, a variety of conservative and surgical methods requiring several months of treatment unfortunately did not fulfil expectations.[blogs.bmj.com]
  • Learn more about how TS and other tic disorders are diagnosed » Treatments Although there is no cure for TS, there are treatments available to help manage the tics.[cdc.gov]


  • The ending of their piece was ominous but telling about the nature of the injury: " The prognosis for almost all of the injuries we have discussed in previous installments called for a good-to-excellent chance that the afflicted player would return to[beyondtheboxscore.com]
  • Del Rio said Moore would be out for six to eight weeks, but that prognosis turned out to be overly optimistic. Moore didn’t play again in 2013. He didn’t run until January. His leg was weak and withered, “a baby leg” he called it.[si.com]


  • Following a more biomechanical approach in order to highlight etiological factors behind the painful syndrome, I recommended surgery for him in order to reinforce the anterior abdominal wall.[blogs.bmj.com]


  • Since the association between cancer and thrombosis was first recognized in the early 19th century, numerous studies have addressed possible underlying pathophysiologic mechanisms.[bloodjournal.org]
  • Gynäkologisch-geburtshilfliche Rundschau Focal Topic: Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Recent Concepts in the Pathophysiology and Genetics of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Schüring A.N. · Schulte N. · Sonntag B. · Kiesel L.[karger.com]


  • Injury Prevention Avoiding repetitive activities, making sure sports equipment (bike handlebars, golf clubs, tennis/racquetball racquets, etc.) are of proper fit, and changing activities frequently, may prevent development of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.[sportsmedtoday.com]
  • Early diagnosis may prevent life-threatening acute respiratory failure. Diaphragmatic pacemakers should be considered as a safe and effective symptomatic treatment option. Parkinsonian features, although always present, may not be disabling.[neurology.org]
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Prevalence of diagnosed Tourette Syndrome in persons aged 6-17 years – United States, 2007. MMWR Cdc-pdf Morb Mortal Wkly Rep. 2009; 58(21): 581-5.[cdc.gov]
  • The Johns Hopkins Center for Restless Legs Syndrome conducts research, provides training and information, and supports other programs on the cause, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of restless legs syndrome.[livescience.com]
  • Roughly three out of every 1,000 children living in the United States suffer from Tourette syndrome, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Initially, Muhammad’s family dismissed the tics as unique “habits.”[dailybruin.com]

Ask Question

5000 Characters left Format the text using: # Heading, **bold**, _italic_. HTML code is not allowed.
By publishing this question you agree to the TOS and Privacy policy.
• Use a precise title for your question.
• Ask a specific question and provide age, sex, symptoms, type and duration of treatment.
• Respect your own and other people's privacy, never post full names or contact information.
• Inappropriate questions will be deleted.
• In urgent cases contact a physician, visit a hospital or call an emergency service!