Category Differential diagnosis
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Ataxia DDx

Ataxia is impaired coordination in the absence of weakness. Acute ataxia is a neurological emergency, and vascular lesions of the cerebellum (infarction, hemorrhage) must be considered/ excluded.
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Large bowel obstruction
 DDx

In an adult, large bowel obstruction is cancer until proven otherwise. Key radiological features are dilated bowel loops that are peripheral, contain haustra and contain faeces.
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Scrotal mass

Differential diagnosis of the scrotal mass. See also scrotal pain and inguinal mass (in abdominal mass)
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Facial twitches DDx

Recurrent facial twitches are most commonly due to hemifacial spasm, but this needs to be distinguished from other causes.
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Parkinsonism

Parkinsonism is a combination of resting tremor, rigidity, bradykinesia, and loss of postural reflexes. Parkinson disease (PD) is the most common form, but must be distinguished from its imitators.
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Abdominal distension DDx

Abdominal distension is diffuse swelling or enlargement of the abdomen. It can also apply to the sensation of elevated abdominal pressure and volume.