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Differential Diagnosis For Intracranial hypertension, benign - Causes, Lower Abdominal Pain: Anatomic, Foreign Body, Structural Disorders

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List of current finding(s):

Anatomic, Foreign Body, Structural Disorders: next: Vascular Causes
Kidney stone/urolithiasis/nephrolithias
Hernia, inguinal indirect
Hernia, obturator
Placenta abruptio
Bladder neck obstruction/Bladder obstruction
Diverticulitis/perforated
Ectopic pregnancy
Ectopic pregnancy hemorrhage
Incarcerated/irreducible hernia
Intestinal/bowel obstruction
Large bowel obstruction
Obstipation
Renal colic
Ureterolithiasis (kidney stone)
Uterine hemorrhage
Diverticulosis, colon
Hernia, inguinal direct
Impacted feces
Urinary tract bleeding
Ovarian cyst/Hemorrhagic cyst
Ovarian follicular cyst
Procidentia, uterine
Anorectal obstruction
Cecum diverticulum/diverticulitis
Cecum, volvulus
Colon/sigmoid perforation
Epididymis, appendix, torsion
Fistula, colocystic
Fistula, intestine/colon cutaneous
Fistula/sigmovesical
Herniated fascial fat/abdominal wall
Ovarian cyst/torsion pedicle
Pregnancy, tubal
Rectal perforation/ampulla
Sigmoid volvulus
Torsion testis/Spermatic cord
Ureteral clot
Volvulus
Hematosalpinx
Hernia, intra-abdominal
Hernia, Spigelian
Ilioinguinal entrapment neuropathy
Ovarian vein syndrome
Pelvic hematoma
Anorectal fistula/fistula in ano
Bladder calculus
Bladder contracture
Bladder diverticulum
Bladder fistula
Bladder scarring/fibrosis
Fistula, rectovaginal
Prostate calculus
Seminal vesicle, calculus
Ureter diverticulum
Pregnancy, ovarian
Foreign body, bladder
Hernia, femoral
Perforated Cecum
Rectus Abdominus Hematoma
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