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Differential diagnosis of vomiting may be a result of a range of causes, including GI (obstructive and inflammatory) etiologies, CNS disease, pulmonary problems, renal disease, endocrine/metabolic disorders, drugs (either as side effects or in over dosages), psychiatric disorders, strep throat, pregnancy or stress.
The causes of nausea and vomiting can be differentiated as GI and Non GI causes:
Gastric outlet obstruction , may be due tomalignancy
Small bowel obstruction due toadhesion,intussusception orvolvulus
Gastroparesis due to autonomic dysfunction
Non GI causes can be
Space occupying lesions
Acidosis- DKA, Lactic acidosis
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- ↑ Hasler WL, Chey WD (December 2003). "Nausea and vomiting". Gastroenterology. 125 (6): 1860–7. doi:10.1053/j.gastro.2003.09.040. PMID 14724837.
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