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Clinical Conference

Liver and Gall bladder

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what are the types if diarrhoea? Osmotic,Exudative,Secretary and Steatorrhoea
What is Viseral Pain and what is the pain pattern? Pain that comes from the abdominal visera. it is poorly localised and refers to areas corresponding to the embryonic origin is affected structure
What are the types if Viseral pain pattern? Foregut- stomach duodenum and liver and causes upper abdominal pain mid-gut structures- small bowel,proximal colon and appendix.causes peri umbilical pain hind-gut structures- distal colon and GU tract.cause low abdominal pain
What is Somatic Pain? pain that comes from the parietal peritoneum ,which is innervated by the somatic nerve.
what is referred pain? pain perceived distant from its source and results from convergence of nerve fibers at the spinal cord.
What are the signs of Shock? hypotension,tachycarida,impaired mental status and oliguria
What are the RED FLAGS for the abdominal? 1.Severe pain 2.Signs of shock 3. Signs of peritonitis 4. Abdominal distention
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