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Types of Abdominal Abscess

a High Temperature (Fever)
a High Temperature (Fever)

Hyperpyrexia: fever that is equal to or above 106.7 F; this temperature is too high -- it constitutes a medical emergency for the patient. In addition, there are well over 40 diseases that have "fever" as part of the disease name (for example, rheumatic fever, scarlet fever, cat scratch fever, Lassa fever, and many more). Each disease has fever as one of its symptoms; countless other conditions may have fever as a symptom.

a Visible Build
a Visible Build

An abdominal abscess is a pocket of pus located in the abdomen. Abdominal abscesses can form near the inside of the abdominal wall, at the back of the abdomen, or around organs in the abdomen, including the liver, pancreas, and kidneys.

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Belly Pain
Belly Pain

An abdominal abscess is a pocket of pus located in the abdomen. Abdominal abscesses can form near the inside of the abdominal wall, at the back of the abdomen, or around organs in the abdomen, including the liver, pancreas, and kidneys. Abdominal abscesses may develop for no apparent reason, but they’re usually related to another event, such as intra-abdominal surgery, rupture of the bowel, or injury to the abdomen.

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Change in Bowel Movements
Change in Bowel Movements

Change in bowel movements; Rectal tenderness or fullness; Mass in the belly; Malnourishment; How is an intra-abdominal abscess diagnosed? If you have symptoms of an intra-abdominal abscess, your healthcare provider may order tests to look for the presence of infection: Blood tests. Blood may be drawn to look for signs of infection or an intra-abdominal abscess.

Chest Pain or Shoulder Pain
Chest Pain or Shoulder Pain

Left shoulder pain and abdominal pain - What can cause top left shoulder pain and left side abdominal pain under ribs that's a shooting pain in both areas when breathing in deeply? Diaphragmatic irrit. The shoulder pain described is a referred pain from a left diaphragmatic irritation.

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Chills
Chills

Abdominal abscess information including symptoms, diagnosis, misdiagnosis, treatment, causes, patient stories, videos, forums, prevention, and prognosis.

Fever
Fever

An abdominal abscess is a pocket of pus located in the abdomen. Abdominal abscesses can form near the inside of the abdominal wall, at the back of the abdomen, or around organs in the abdomen, including the liver, pancreas, and kidneys.

Lack of Appetite
Lack of Appetite

Lack of appetite; Nausea and vomiting; Change in bowel movements; Rectal tenderness or fullness; Mass in the belly; Malnourishment; How is an intra-abdominal abscess diagnosed? If you have symptoms of an intra-abdominal abscess, your healthcare provider may order tests to look for the presence of infection: Blood tests. Blood may be drawn to look for signs of infection or an intra-abdominal abscess.

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Mass in the Belly
Mass in the Belly

An intra-abdominal abscess is a collection of pus or infected fluid that is surrounded by inflamed tissue inside the belly. It can involve any abdominal organ, or it can settle in the folds of the bowel.

Nausea and Vomiting
Nausea and Vomiting

An abdominal abscess is a pocket of pus located in the abdomen. Abdominal abscesses can form near the inside of the abdominal wall, at the back of the abdomen, or around organs in the abdomen, including the liver, pancreas, and kidneys.

Pain and Tenderness in the Affected Area
Pain and Tenderness in the Affected Area

Symptoms will vary depending on the underlying cause of your infection. Common symptoms of peritonitis include: tenderness in your abdomen; pain in your abdomen that gets more intense with motion or touch; abdominal bloating or distention; nausea and vomiting

Rectal Tenderness or Fullness
Rectal Tenderness or Fullness

An intra-abdominal abscess is a collection of pus or infected fluid that is surrounded by inflamed tissue inside the belly. An intra-abdominal abscess may be caused by bacteria. If left untreated, the bacteria will multiply and cause inflammation and kill healthy tissue

Warmth and Redness in the Affected Area
Warmth and Redness in the Affected Area

Signs of a skin abscess can include: a smooth swelling under your skin that can feel hard or firm ; pain and tenderness in the affected area ; warmth and redness in the affected area

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