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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The initial presenting complaints were variable, and included bleeding diatheses (epistaxis, haematemesis), fatigue and somatic abnormalities (particularly involving the thumbs), with the median age at presentation being 3 years (range birth--12 years).
In Rawalpindi population Zafar et al documented haematemesis in 28.8%, gum bleeding in 25%, melaena in 17.35, and haemoptysis in 12.5% cases16.
(18.) Veldhuyzen van Zanten SJ, Bartelsman JF, Schipper ME, Tytgat GN (1986) Recurrent massive haematemesis from Dieulafoy vascular malformations: A review of 101 cases.
All of the 4 patients had symptoms of haematemesis, which is one of the most typical manifestations of esophageal and gastric varices bleeding.
She had been compliant to her oral hematinics therapy and denied any history of dysuria, haematuria, haematemesis, or haematochezia.
Meanwhile, the concomitant symptoms did not include fever, night sweat, reflux, heartburn, vomiting, haematemesis, and melena.
We determined whether the patients suffered gastrointestinal bleeding based on the following criteria: (1) endoscopic confirmation; (2) digital subtraction angiography (DSA) confirmation; (3) CT or E CT; (4) low HGB and haematemesis or being positive in OB test; or (5) the surgical record or pathological confirmation.
epistaxis, haemoptysis, leucoderma, smallpox, dysentery, hepatopathy, spermatorrhoea, haematemesis, haematuria, metrorrhagia, hyperlipidaemia, skin diseases, leprosy and nervous exhaustion.
Al-Saqa was reportedly vomiting blood (haematemesis) for over three weeks, and has been held in a solitary cell for more than 85 days.
[2] Particularly ominous is a history of haematemesis. [10]
23 Gastric ulcer Uncontrolled haematemesis, melaena, hypotension, shock.