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Differential Diagnosis For Abdominal Pain: Infected organ, Abscesses

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List of current finding(s):

Infected organ, Abscesses: next: Granulomatous Causes
Infections
Gastroenteritis, acute
Infectious colitis/diarrhea
Pyelonephritis (acute)
Cystitis, acute.
Abscess, intraperitoneal, RL quadrant
Acute PID/Salpingitis
Appendicitis
Appendicitis, recurrent acute
Appendix abscess
Cholecystitis, acute
Endometritis, acute
Mesenteric adenitis
Oophoritis
Peritonitis, acute
Phlegmon duodenum/diverticulitis
Puerperal pelvic cellulitis/sepsis
Abscess, abdominal, visceral
Abscess, ischiorectal
Abscess, renal
Pelvic inflammatory disease
Puerperal infection
Urinary tract infection
Abscess, perianal/pararectal
Chronic cholecystitis
Chronic pelvic inflammatory disease
Proctitis/Proctocolitis
Seminal vesiculitis
Umbilicus infection/cellulitis
Abortion, septic
Abscess, gallbladder/pericholecystic
Abscess, lesser sac
Abscess, liver
Appendicitis/retrocecal position
Appendix, ruptured
Cholangitis, ascending
Cholecystitis without gallstones
Diverticulitis, colon
Hepatic abscess, pyogenic
Intraperitoneal abscess
Necrotizing gastroenterocolitis
Ovarian abscess/Tubo-ovarian abscess
Perinephric abscess
Perioophoritis
Prostatitis, acute
Right sided diverticulitis
Stomach abscess
Subhepatic/gallbladder bed abscess
Testis, abscess
Toxic megacolon
Abscess, retroperitoneal
Abscess, subphrenic
Cellulitis, pelvic, acute
Diverticulitis/phlegmon/abscess
Omentum abscess
Pancreas abscess
Splenic abscess
Lumbar disk infection/pyogenic
Pelvic abscess
Placentitis
Prostate abscess
Prostatitis, chronic
Psoas abscess
Pyelonephritis, chronic
Typhlitis
Left-sided acute appendicitis
Splenitis, nonspecific
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