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Differential Diagnosis For Weight gain in Elderly

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List of current finding(s):

Iatrogenic, Self Induced Disorders
Water intoxication
Fluid overload/iatrogenic
Neoplastic Disorders
Ascites, malignant
Insulinoma/Islet cell tumor
Metabolic, Storage Disorders
Hypoglycemia, reactive diabetic
Biochemical Disorders
Hypoalbuminemia/hypoproteinemia
Deficiency Disorders
Edema of malnutrition (nutritional)
Relational, Mental, Psychiatric Disorders
Depression
Anatomic, Foreign Body, Structural Disorders
Ascites
Functional, Physiologic Variant Disorders
High calorie diet
High sodium diet
Vegetative, Autonomic, Endocrine Disorders
Hypoglycemia, functional
Hypothyroidism (myxedema)
Myxedema coma
Inappropriate ADH secretion
Pituitary hypothyroidism
Primary hypothyroidism/myxedema
Reference to Organ System
Edema
Congestive heart failure
Cirrhosis portal (Laennecs/alcoholic)
Ascites, refractory
Congestive heart failure/occult/chron.
Pathophysiologic
Volume overload
Drugs
Corticosteroid Administration/Toxicity
Rosiglitazone (Avandia) Administration/Toxicity
Pioglitazone (Actos) Administration/Toxicity
Prednisone (Orasone) Administration/Toxicity
Poisoning (Specific Agent)
Alcoholism, chronic
Synonyms
Abnormal increase in weight, Abnormal increase in weight (finding), Abnormal weight gain, Abnormal weight gain (finding), Advanced age, age, aged, Aged 65 and Over, aged person, elderly, ELDERLY () 65), Elderly (Over 65), Elderly adult, Elderly person, Elderly person (person), Geriatric state, Old age, Old age period, Old-age, Old-age (finding), Old-age (function), Old-age function (observable entity), older adult, Senescence, senior citizen, Senium, WEIGHT GAIN ABNORMAL
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