hematemesis


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hematemesis

[‚hē·mə′tem·ə·səs]
(medicine)
Vomiting of blood.
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Hematemesis, chest pain, dysphagia, and odynophagia are the most common symptoms of SIED.
During the course of PICU stay, the rashes seemed to disappear, hematemesis subsided but the patient continued to have severe pain abdomen, colicky in nature, with tenderness in the Right subcostal and epigastric region.
The initial manifestations of these patients were gastroesophageal varices in 6 cases (33%), hematemesis and melena in 5 cases (28%) and splenomegaly in 7 cases (39%).
8] copies/mL) was hospitalized with hemoptysis, hematemesis, melena, epistaxis, and intraalveolar bleeding.
While other complications were hematemesis (34%), hepatic encephalopathy (34%), hepatorenal syndrome (8%), coagulopathy (8 %), hypovolemic shock (4%).
El primer episodio de hematemesis suele ser dramatico ante un nino sano, las melenas son poco comunes, una tercera parte de los ninos presentan sangrado antes de los 3 anos y mas del 80% de los pacientes tienen sangrado gastrointestinal en la edad pediatrica o de adulto joven.
23] reported melena and hematemesis as the most common bleeding symptoms among fatal cases, with a particular emphasis on prolonged PTT (>60 sec) and low platelet count (<20000/[mm.
The following day he sought the Emergency ward because of hematemesis and melena; he was oliguric.
11) In contrast, this patient presented with hematemesis from a large arterial bleed that required blood transfusion and two procedures to achieve hemostasis.
He had no recent history of fever, cough, weight loss, dysphagia, dyspnea, aspiration, hematemesis, or hemoptysis associated with the swelling.
Cave and his colleagues thought they might be able to save time with capsule endoscopy and still diagnose GI bleeding without hematemesis accurately.