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Synonyms for hematemesis

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Our patient presented with hematemesis and pancreatitis, but was able to continue to tolerate feeds since the balloon was distal to the obstruction.
3) The patient, always the index case in a family, typically presents younger, but may appear in adolescence with hematemesis due to portal hypertension; the disease, though, is not compatible with longevity and is not a likely diagnosis in this case.
There was no history of jaundice, hematemesis, melena, cough or dyspnoea.
These chemicals promote epistaxis, hemoptysis, hematemesis, and rectal and vaginal bleeding.
Clinical manifestations of PVT have a wide spectrum ranging from no symptoms to acute massive hematemesis (8).
Rokto-pitto: A local term used for what may be described as hematemesis.
A 9-year-old Native American boy presented initially with hematemesis followed by significant melena and drop of hemoglobin from 13 g/dL to 8 g/dL.
Thrombocytopenia (platelet count <150,000/ [micro]L) is the most common cause of mucocutaneous bleeding, characterized by petechiae, purpura, ecchymoses, epistaxis, hematemesis, and menorrhagia.
Patients should be checked for electrolyte depletion, tetany, hematemesis, and secretion of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone.
The same test should be conducted for a patient of any age with alarm symptoms such as nausea, emesis, iron-deficiency anemia, early satiety, unexplained weight loss, hematemesis, or melena.
Subject 2 presented with chills, vomiting, hematemesis, and confusion after a urinary tract infection.
Five serious AEs have been reported in 3 patients, including anemia, hematemesis, intestinal obstruction, melena (all related to cabozantinib), and pleural effusion (unrelated to cabozantinib).
On December 10, hematemesis developed, and the patient was transferred to the Bong County ETU and treated for laboratory-confirmed EVD.
Her family denied knowledge of hematemesis, melena, fevers, or chills.