138. Nicht-abdominell bedingte Bauchschmerzen View Full Text


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DATE

1986-12

AUTHORS

K. Schönleben

ABSTRACT

In 5 percent of adult patients with symptoms of acute abdominal illness („Akutes Abdomen”) several extraabdominal diseases can be responsible: 1) pulmonary; 2) cardiovascular; 3) retroperitoneal, 4) metabolic diseases; 5) exogenous intoxications; 6) varia. It often is difficult to look through the pathophysiological ways of abdominal pain perception. Besides direkt stimulation of receptors by toxines and/or metabolic products, transmission of pain („übertragener Schmerz”) is as known for pain perception as emotional factors are. The decision not to operate is difficult and requires safe and immediate differential diagnosis, which mostly is achieved by a precise patient's history, clinical features like localisation and quality of pain as well as technical and laboratory studies. More... »

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659-663

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf01274456

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3807584


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