Hematemesis
Author: Pediatric Oncall
Question.
A 4 year old child presented with seizures {GTC – clenching of teeth} 1 day back and hematemesis {coffee coloured} next day morning. On examination, there was no abnormality detected. Investigations showed normal platelet count and prothrombin time {PT} and partial thromboplastin time {PTT}.
Answers of this discussion
Author :- nadir brivkani on 02 February 2012.
Answer :- swallowed blood

Author :- walid elsogier on 02 February 2012.
Answer :- cushing ulcer

Author :- Jose Samosc on 02 February 2012.
Answer :- Oral trauma secondary to injury while clenching teeth

Author :- wesam abouzeid on 03 February 2012.
Answer :- tongue bitting

Author :- rizk rizkca on 04 February 2012.
Answer :- stress gastritis

Author :- baswaraj swami on 07 February 2012.
Answer :- stress ulcer{cushing ulcer}

Author :- amila perera on 07 February 2012.
Answer :- intracranial hemorrage

Author :- D Nageshcas on 09 February 2012.
Answer :- swallowed blood

Author :- K C Tamaria on 09 February 2012.
Answer :- mallory-weiss tear

Author :- arun chandrasekar on 09 February 2012.
Answer :- tongue bite

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