Pediatric Prep Sheet 1. Give a brief description of this disease/diagnosis. Include basic pathophysiology GM was diagnosing with bilious emesis, this disease is describe by excessive yellow vomiting. The obstruction of some part of the small intestine can cause the expulsion of the intestinal content which has already mixed with bile. The most common symptom is constipation accompanied by the present of abdominal distention and pain.
More common gastrointestinal conditions, such as pancreatitis, parasitic infection, obstruction from a foreign body or inflammatory bowel disease, must be ruled out in order for the cat to receive a proper diagnosis. Tests to rule these conditions out will include a biochemical profile, complete blood count and a urinalysis. These labs will typically be normal but may show low blood sugar levels if food isn 't able to be digested. An abdominal ultrasound will also be performed. The abdominal ultrasound will be used to look for any masses or thickening of the tissue in the bowels or stomach, which is indicative of a
We found out I had Celiac Disease and they were sending us to Mayo Clinic in Rochester to see a Pediatric Gastroenterologist. The pediatric gastroenterologist was very knowledgeable about Celiac Disease and helped my mom a ton. The pediatric gastroenterologist told us that Celiac Disease was discovered during World War II because many people were sick before the war, but during the war there was a shortage in wheat flour so people were not sick anymore. He also told us that in 1999, one in every 3,000 people have Celiac Disease and he believes that many people have it and do not have any symptoms yet. After the history lesson, he scheduled an endoscopy for the next day because the true diagnosis of Celiac Disease is a biopsy of the small intestines.
A second lesion measuring 25cm in size in the left lower lobe was noted and a prevascular mass measuring almost 5cm, likely to be an enlarged lymph node was als noted. A PET scan has confirmed intense avidity of the left upper lobe and prevascular lesions with likely central
This is 24 year old white female who is here to establish PCP and complaining of sore throat, ear pain, and left armpit lymphnode enlargement. Patient is resident at Lovlady Center. She has history of IV drug use, no history of tobacco use. Patient reports past 3 days, intermitten fever, pain in her throat and right ear. She also reports enlarged lymphnode under her arm.
Noonan Syndrome Having a family member or child with an uncommon condition can be pretty extreme. When it comes to these conditions, they are usually some sort of mutation or run in the family 's genetics. Noonan Syndrome is a rare condition that affects an individual 's physical appearance, mental state, and genetic makeup, but varies in each affected person. In 1963, Noonan Syndrome was first described by a heart-specialist, Jacqueline Noonan.
Case Study My case study is that of a 4-year-old female that presents with a two-day history of nasal congestion and an early morning cough. The parent states that the child is afebrile with a normal appetite and sleeping pattern. However, she states that Kaitlyn has thick green nasal drainage.