Sharp epigastric abdominal pain

A 40-year-old female with a past medical history of hypertension and bipolar disorder presented with a few hours of severe sharp epigastric abdominal pain radiating to the back associated with nausea and vomiting. The patient denied any history of pancreatitis, consuming alcohol, or illegal drug abuse.

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* Acute pancreatitis ** Acute cholecystitis Needs further investigation and evaluation to conclude and line of treatment.
Thanks Dr Pushkar Bhomia
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Acute pancreatitis Acute cholecystitis Ad Surgery
Scan shows oedematous head of pancreas with surrounding fatty infiltrates Pain is in epigastrium and penetrates to back a/w nausea vomiting Acute pancreatitis 2 periportal lymphadenopathy
Thanx dr Pushkar ji Bhomia
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Acut3 cholecydtitis Pancreatitis
ACUTE PANCREATITIS As the patient complaining epigastric pain radiating to back... with nausea and vomiting ?? CHOLECYSTITIS ?? CHOLELITHIASIS USG ABD-PELVIS UGI ENDOSCOPY MANAGE WITH INJ. PANOPRAZOLE IV INJ. TRAMADOL IV INJ. CEFTRI+TAZOBACT IV FLUID SOS
Thanks Dr. Ashok Leel
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There is swelling in head of pancreas with surrounding fat stranding Suggestive of acute pancreatitis Look for sonography for gall stones It can be gall stone induced pancreatitis
Suggestive of 1... "Accute Pancreatitis" Fat standing in the pancreatic head. 2..Acute Cholecystitis.
It's a case of acute pancreatitis ,one rare possibility is it could be due to antipsychotics.
? Swelling of head of pancreas Acute Pancreatitis Serum amylase, lipase, USG abdomen
Thank you, Doctor
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SUGGESTIVE OF ACUTE PANCREATITIS.. ACUTE CHOLECYSTITIS NEEDS. EVALUATION
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