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Differential Diagnosis For Abdominal Distention: Anatomic, Foreign Body, Structural Disorders

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List of current finding(s):

Anatomic, Foreign Body, Structural Disorders: next: Vascular Causes
Hernia, inguinal indirect
Biliary colic
Diverticulitis/perforated
Gallstone ileus
Gastroduodenal perforation
Hemoperitoneum
Hydronephrosis
Incarcerated/irreducible hernia
Internal bleeding/trauma
Intestinal/bowel obstruction
Large bowel obstruction
Meconium ileus
Mesentery hemorrhage
Obstipation
Perforated duodenal ulcer
Perforation of GI tract
Renal colic
Small bowel obstruction
Stomach, perforation
Superior Mesenteric Artery Syndrome Recurrent
Ascites
Channel pyloric ulcer
Enterolith/Fecalith
Hernia, inguinal direct
Hernia, umbilical
Hernia, ventral
Incomplete small bowel obstruction
Stomach foreign body
Abdominal mass/tumor
Ovarian cyst/Hemorrhagic cyst
Peritoneal bleeding/hemorrhage
Anus, stenosis
Bile peritonitis
Cecum, volvulus
Colon/sigmoid perforation
Gastric volvulus
Incomplete pyloric obstruction
Intestine, perforation
Intussusception
Liver hematoma/hemorrhage
Perforated viscus
Pregnancy, abdominal
Rectal perforation/ampulla
Recurrent small bowel obstruction/part.
Retroperitoneal hemorrhage
Sigmoid volvulus
Small Intestine Volvulus (Midgut)
Volvulus
Foreign body gut
Hematocolpos/cryptomenorrhea
Hernia, epigastric
Hernia, intra-abdominal
Liver, subcapsular hematoma
Pelvic hematoma
Peritoneum, adhesions
Pyloric obstruction/stenosis
Retroperitoneal hematoma
Richter hernia
Sponge peritoneal foreign body
Bezoar/Phytobezoar
Hernia, incisional
Pancreatic pseudocyst
Pelvic adhesions
Ascitis, chylous
Hematoma Bowel Wall
Polycystic disease/acquired
Rectus Abdominus Hematoma
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