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  1. Summary Chronic abdominal pain is defined as continuous or intermittent abdominal discomfort lasting for at least 6 months. Pain may arise from ... gastrointestinal, and gynaecological tracts. The aetiology of chronic abdominal pain is so wide that only the more common ...
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  2. Important update Important update Loading... Summary Paediatric abdominal pain is often a diagnostic dilemma. It is a common problem and, although the vast majority of these episodes are benign and self-limiting, ...
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  3. Summary Abdominal pain throughout pregnancy is common. Many adaptive or physiological changes of pregnancy affect the presentation. Women tend to ...
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  4. ... intra-abdominal pathology that requires urgent surgical intervention. Abdominal pain is usually a feature, but a pain-free ... 50% was identified in one study of upper abdominal pain, [4] while one large telephone survey found that ...
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  5. ... loss failure or weight regain following bariatric surgery Abdominal pain following bariatric surgery Nausea and vomiting following bariatric ... to decreased stricture rates. [56] Internal abdominal hernia Abdominal pain in patients who have had a bypass should ...
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  6. ... exam Key factors presence of risk factors arthralgias abdominal pain rash signs of renal disease Other diagnostic factors ... 1st line: oral corticosteroids with mild to moderate abdominal pain 1st line: analgesics and supportive care with severe ...
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  7. ... factors presence of risk factors left lower quadrant abdominal pain leukocytosis fever rectal bleeding Other diagnostic factors guarding ...
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  8. ... factors presence of risk factors fever or hypothermia abdominal pain rectal tenderness and fullness hx of inflammatory bowel ...
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  9. History & exam Key factors vaginal bleeding abdominal pain uterine contractions uterine tenderness Other diagnostic factors lower back pain fetal death History & exam details Diagnostic investigations 1st investigations to order fetal ...
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  10. ... factors presence of risk factors nausea vomiting anorexia abdominal pain tachycardia Other diagnostic factors Grey-Turner's sign ...
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