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  1. ... intervention are critical in preventing untoward sequelae in children presenting with abdominal pain. Because of the spectrum of aetiologies that manifest ...
    Source: BMJ Best Practice
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  2. History & exam Key factors presence of risk factors dysphagia food avoidance and modification behaviours Other diagnostic factors heartburn chest discomfort nausea/ ...
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  3. History & exam Key factors presence of risk factors vomiting non-bloody diarrhoea hyperactive bowel sounds Other diagnostic factors abdominal pain low-grade fever ...
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  4. ... intra-abdominal pathology that requires urgent surgical intervention. Abdominal pain is usually a feature, but a pain-free acute abdomen can occur, particularly in older people, in children, in the immunocompromised, and in the last trimester ...
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  5. History & exam Key factors facial or generalised oedema age >1 year but <8 years Other diagnostic factors normal BP absence of haematuria hx of recent viral illness ...
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  6. History & exam Key factors presence of risk factors difficult or painful defecation long interval between stools faecal incontinence small-volume, soft, incontinent ...
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  7. History & exam Key factors presence of risk factors thirst capillary refill >3 seconds decreased skin turgor dry mucous membranes abnormal mental status or activity ...
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  8. History & exam Key factors hx of anorectal, neurological, or spinal abnormalities, or GI surgery faecal soiling or diarrhoea constipation peri-anal skin irritation ...
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  9. ... factors presence of risk factors dysphagia non-specific abdominal ... failure to thrive, and irritability (in children) acute or chronic asthma-like symptoms or recurrent ...
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  10. ... factors FHx of lead poisoning or parental work with lead cognitive impairment (children) behavioural ... Diagnostic investigations ...
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