Acute Abdominal PainAbdominal discomfort is common and usually not serious, but sudden, severe abdominal pain often signals a more serious condition, possibly requiring surgery.
Abdominal InjuriesAbdominal injuries can range from mild to severe, and they may affect just the abdomen or other body parts as well.
Abdominal abscessesAbdominal abscesses: Key symptoms include pain and fever. Diagnosis often involves CT scans. Treatment combines abscess drainage and antibiotics.
Abdominal Aortic AneurysmAbdominal aortic aneurysms, which involve the gradual enlargement of the body's largest artery, can sometimes burst, leading to life-threatening consequences.
Abdominal Artery OcclusionThe aorta, the body's main artery, plays a crucial role in transporting oxygenated blood from the heart to the rest of the body. It achieves this through its numerous smaller arterial branches.
Liver InjuryLiver injuries, often indicated by abdominal pain and tenderness, can range from mild to severe. Medical professionals use CT scans or ultrasonography to detect these injuries.
Shoulder DislocationShoulder dislocations, often caused by sports injuries, falls, or accidents, can lead to severe pain and noticeable changes in the shoulder's position.
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