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to express negative feelings, especially of dissatisfaction or resentment

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In the past few years, abdominal pain has gained significance as one of the early signs of meningococcal infection in Europe.
For the patients with acute abdominal pain, clinical evaluation is generally insufficient to identify the correct diagnosis but valuable for discriminating between urgent and non-urgent cases.
Diarrhea, neutropenia, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, infections, fatigue, anemia, leukopenia, decreased appetite, headache, alopecia, thrombocytopenia.
BMI kg/[m.sup.2] 1 40 M OP-FU 35.5 2 50 M IH-FU 38.7 3 48 F IH-FU 32 4 56 F IH-FU 30.1 5 48 M IH-FU 37 6 20 F OP-FU 24 7 54 M OP-FU 34.8 8 18 M IH-FU 23.2 9 52 F OP-FU 33.1 10 70 M OP-FU 26 11 52 M OP-FU 29.8 12 34 M OP-FU 28 13 36 M OP-FU 41 14 25 F OP-FU 24.1 15 49 M IH-FU 32 16 38 M IH-FU 32.6 17 63 M IH-FU 23 18 60 M OP-FU 40 19 57 M OP-FU 33 20 78 M IH-FU 29.8 Abd 21 33 M OP-FU 30.5 22 28 M IH-FU 25.1 No patients Clinical findings WBC/mL CRP mg/L 1 Abdominal pain, fatigue 19.600 206 2 Abdominal pain 14.100 26 3 Abdominal pain 5.920 0.44 4 Abdominal pain 8.330 121 5 Abdominal pain, vomiting 10.200 11 6 Abdominal pain, dysuria 8.370 69 7 abdominal distention, vomiting 13.200 60 8 Abdominal pain 8.750 3 9 Abdominal pain 7.949 3.
of age who came Medical College OPD in the department of paediatrics with abdominal pain are included.
When source of abdominal pain was investigated, 258 patients had a medical source (76.8%) and 78 had a surgical source (23.2%).
AA was present in 54 patients (48.2%), nonspecific abdominal pain was in 34 (30.4%), PA was in 16, and other abdominal pains were in 8.
Children with celiac disease usually present with chronic diarrhea, failure to thrive, abdominal distension, abdominal pain, vomiting and anorexia.3 Clinical symptoms and initial presentations divide the CD into diarrheal or classical CD (CCD) and non-diarrheal or atypical CD (NDCD).
Objective: To assess the diagnostic usefulness of leucine-rich alpha-2-glycoprotein-1 in female patients with acute abdominal pain on right lower-quadrant and acute appendicitis.
Ambulance crews treated a man in his 40s for chest and rib injuries as well as back and abdominal pain.
2016;65:789-794), Dassow et al recommended probiotics as a therapeutic tool for reducing abdominal pain associated with pediatric irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
Background: Acute abdominal pain is a common symptom of emergency patients.
Objective: To evaluate the diagnostic efficacy of laparoscopy in ill-defined recurrent chronic abdominal pain.
Hyperamylasemia is a laboratory finding that may cause diagnostic failure occasionally in patients presenting with abdominal pain. Elevated serum amylase levels and abdominal pain may lead to misdiagnosis as acute pancreatitis in macroamylasemic patients.
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