Keywords: acute gastritis clinical manifestations diagnosis

    A few hours to 24 hours after the onset of acute onset, often into the contaminated food. The main symptoms are upper abdominal discomfort, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, vomit sour food, severe vomiting spit bile, even bloody fluid. If concomitant enteritis, can occur Cullen cramps, diarrhea stool was mushy or yellow watery stools, without pus and blood, several times a day to ten times. May be accompanied by chills, fever, dehydration, electrolyte imbalance, acidosis, and even shock, the signs can be epigastric or umbilical light tenderness, hyperactive bowel sounds. Patients usually short duration of 3-5 days to heal.

    , Acute erosive gastritis has served as a strong acid (sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid, nitric acid), a strong base (sodium hydroxide, potassium hydroxide) or Lysol history. After serving the digestive tract caused by burns, to appear the mouth, throat, chest and upper abdominal pain associated with painful swallowing, dysphagia, frequent nausea, vomiting. Serious vomiting blood, vomit bloody mucosal rotten piece, can occur prostration, shock or cause the esophagus and stomach symptoms, oral cavity, throat, there may be contact at inflammation, congestion, edema, erosion, necrosis mucosal exfoliation, ulceration or can be seen in black and white scab.

    Acute appendicitis this disease early, there may be upper abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, but as the disease progresses, the pain gradually turned to the right lower quadrant, and fixed tenderness and rebound tenderness, often accompanied with fever and increased white blood cells, neutrophils increased significantly.

    , Cholecystitis, cholelithiasis, recurrent abdominal pain, often to the right upper quadrant and may radiate to the right shoulder, back. The checkup Note sclera, skin jaundice. Right upper quadrant tenderness it’s sign positive, or touch the enlargement of the gallbladder. The blood bilirubin quantitative urine bile detect the diagnosis.

    The other lobar pneumonia, the early onset of myocardial infarction may have varying degrees of abdominal pain, nausea, and vomiting. As detailed history, physical examination and necessary laboratory examinations, it is not difficult to identify.