9years child regular 15days Fever,Nesia-Vomiting & abdomen mild pain...? Digonisis and Management please..?

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Abdominal tuberculosis. Can be tubercular mesentric lymphadenitis. Ileocaecal tuberculosis. Points in favour 1.multiple enlarged mesentric lymphadenitis with few diagnostic MATTED.LYMPH NODES. 2.Omental thickening right half of abdomen favouring ileocaecal tuberculosis 3.Hepatosplenomegaly . Other Differential diagnosis is 1.Lymphoma 2.Enteric fever 3 Dengue fever 4.Viral hepatitis 5.Portal hypertension of

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IT'S A..CASE OF.. PYREXIA WITH.. PAIN IN ABDOMEN.. NEED'S CLINICOPATHOLOGICAL EVALUATION WITH.. * HEMOGRAM.. * MP..WIDAL.. * DENGUE.. * LFT..KFT.. MEANWHILE TREAT SYMPTOMATICALLY..

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Ascitis, matted mesenteric lymph nodes, omental thickening, fever , hepatosplenomegaly, abdominal pain Suggestive of TB enteritis Non specific mesenteric adinitis Enteric fever , dengue Investigations including,,CT abdomen, FNAC of mesenteric lymph node

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SUGGESTIVE OF TUBERCULOSIS ...ENTERITIS MESENTERIC. ADENITIS RULE. OUT... ...DENGUE. AND. TYPHOID ADVISABLE ..C T. SCAN... ABDOMEN.. AND BIOPSY....LN

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Child is not severely symptomatic Abdominal lymphadenopathy with bilateral mild pleural effusion can be caused by multiple diseases in children Look for dengue, malaria, leptospirosis, viral and bacterial infections Conservative treatment for now Repeat sonography after 15 days

* TB ** malignancy Needs further investigation and evaluation to conclude till reports complied. Symptomatic treatment.

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D/D Malaria Hepatitis Tuberculosis Portal hypertension Evaluation is required

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When the underlying cause is cancer, you need suitable treatments that may include chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and surgery to remove the tumor. Liver transplant. If your case is severe, such as being in the final stages of cirrhosis, you may require a liver transplant.

A child of 9 years old with fever, nausea, vomiting with pain abdomen need to be clinically evaluated. USG only positive relevant finding enlargement of mesenteric lymph node with peritoneal collection may be reactionary Clinical evaluation Blood complete examination Blood for Widal test and for dengue Xray chest Blood for LFT. Till then symptomatic treatment.

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