hematemesis

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Related to haematemesis: haematochezia, haemoptysis, melaena

hematemesis

[‚hē·mə′tem·ə·səs]
(medicine)
Vomiting of blood.
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Acute complications include haematemesis, bowel obstruction, haemorrhage, fistula formation, vocal cord paralysis, and bowel perforation (Sarmarst et al, 2012).
Patients with history of haematemesis malena anal fissure or hemorrhoids established by per rectum exam/ proctoscopy and acute infectious bloody diarrhea were excluded from this study.
1-6]) Haemorrhage from these aneurysms may manifest as sentinel bleeding from a drain or percutaneous transhepatic biliary drain, or as haematemesis, melaena or subcapsular hepatic haematoma.
Polyposis in this syndrome occurs chiefly in the jejunal part of the small intestine, but also throughout the whole gastro-intestinal tract including the rectum and very often the stomach, the latter accounting for haematemesis as a rare presenting symptom.
Amir said constant feeling of tiredness, dark complexion of face, fever, haematemesis, melena and ascites are major symptoms of liver disease patient.
Gastrointestinal bleeding, presenting as haematemesis, coffee grounds vomitus, blood-stained nasogastric drainage, melaena stool or clinically important gastrointestinal bleeds causing discernible drops in blood pressure or haemoglobin, reportedly occur with varying severity in up to half of all ICU patients; while almost every patient will have clinically silent endoscopic evidence of erosive mucosal damage.
A 49-year-old man presented with a week-long history of haemoptysis, haematemesis and melena stools.
During the second day of admission, the patient passed out large amounts of melena and had an episode of haematemesis.
Bleeding manifestations like purpuric rashes over skin, melaena with or without haematemesis, epistaxis, and sub-conjuctival haemorrhage was present in 5 (50%), 3 (30%), 1 (10%), and 1 (10%) cases of co-infection and 78 (55.
One patient, prior to initiating the training protocol, presented non-exercise-related haematemesis due to a gastric ulcer and had to be excluded.
Non-skin symptoms related to GDS Abdominal pain Nausea -emesis Diarrhea Weight loss Headache Visual alterations Fever Myalgias Arthralgias Paraesthesias Haematuria, Menometrorrhagia, gingivorrhagia, Haematemesis Nephropathy by immune-complexes Vasomotor symptoms including syncope Vertigo