Friday, February 15, 2013

Abdomen discomfort


Abdomen discomfort (or stomach ache) is a typical indication associated with temporary conditions or serious illness. Detecting the cause of abdominal discomfort can be challenging, because many illnesses can cause this indication. Most regularly the cause is harmless and/or self-limiting, but more serious causes may need immediate involvement.

Inflammatory: gastroenteritis, appendicitis, gastritis, esophagitis, diverticulitis, Crohn's illness, ulcerative colitis, minute colitis

Obstruction: hernia, intussusception, volvulus, post-surgical adhesions, tumours, excellent mesenteric artery problem, serious bowel problems, hemorrhoids

Vascular: embolism, thrombosis, lose blood vessels, sickle mobile illness, stomach angina, vein pressure (such as coeliac artery pressure syndrome), Posture orthostatic tachycardia syndrome

 Digestive: peptic ulcer, lactose intolerance, coeliac illness, food allergies

Glands Bile program Inflammatory: cholecystitis, cholangitis

Obstruction: cholelithiasis, tumours

Liver Inflammatory: liver disease, liver organ abscess

 Pancreatic Inflammatory: pancreatitis

Renal and urological Inflammation: pyelonephritis, bladder infection

 Obstruction: kidney stones, urolithiasis, Urinary retention, tumours

 Vascular: left renal vein entrapment

 Gynaecological or obstetric Inflammatory: pelvic inflammatory disease

 Mechanical: ovarian torsion

 Endocrinological: menstruation, Mittelschmerz

 Tumors: endometriosis, fibroids, ovarian cyst, ovarian cancer

 Pregnancy: ruptured ectopic pregnancy, threatened abortion

 Abdominal wall

In structure, the stomach surfaces symbolizes the limitations of the stomach hole. The stomach surfaces is divided into the rear (back), horizontal (sides) and anterior (front) surfaces.

 There is a typical set of levels protecting and developing all the walls: the inner being the extraperitoneal fat, the parietal peritoneum, and a part of ligament, which has different titles according to what it contains (e.g., transversalis, psoas fascia).

In medical language, the stomach surfaces most generally represents the levels writing the anterior stomach surfaces which, moreover to the levels described above, contains the three levels of muscle: the transversus abdominis (transverse stomach muscle), the inner (obliquus internus) and the exterior indirect (obliquus externus).

Serious stomach pain

 Acute stomach can be described as severe, chronic stomach discomfort of rapid beginning that is likely to require surgical involvement to cure its cause. The discomfort may frequently be associated with throwing up and nausea or throwing up, stomach distention, high temperature and signs of surprise. One of the most common conditions associated with acute stomach discomfort is acute appendicitis.

 Selected causes of acute abdomen

 Stressful : dull or perforating stress to the stomach, abdominal, spleen, liver organ, or kidney

 Inflamation related : Attacks such as appendicitis, cholecystitis, pancreatitis, pyelonephritis, pelvic inflamation illness, liver organ disease, mesenteric adenitis, or a subdiaphragmatic abscess

 Perforation of a peptic ulcer, a diverticulum, or the caecum

 Problems of inflamation abdominal illness such as Crohn's illness or ulcerative colitis

 Mechanical : Small abdominal impediment additional to adhesions due to previous operations, intussusception, hernias, harmless or dangerous neoplasms

 Large abdominal impediment due to abdominal tract cancer, inflamation abdominal illness, volvulus, waste impaction or hernia

 Vascular : occlusive abdominal ischemia, usually due to thromboembolism of the superior mesenteric artery