# Abdominal Pain (unspecified)
Patient reports new abdominal pain characterized by ***. Although with benign abdominal exam, ddx for acute abdominal pain include inflammatory (gastritis, PUD, cholecystitis, appendicitis, peritonitis, diverticulitis), vascular (AAA, mesenteric ischemia), obstruction (bowel, ureter, bladder), luminal perforation, and obstetric. Image negative abdominal pain include DKA, IBS/functional pain, withdrawal, angioedema, lead toxicity, vaso-occlusive events and porphyria.
- CBC, CMP, lipase, INR
- UA, UTox
- Consider imaging PRN
Originally created: March 3, 2020 by Eric Lee
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