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(Intestinal ischemia chronic)
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  • Non-occlusive Mesenteric Ischemia in Patients with Methamphetamine Use. [Journal Article]
  • JTJ Trauma Acute Care Surg 2018 Feb 17
  • Anderson JE, Brown IE, … Galante JM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Methamphetamine use may be associated with significant microvascular compromise, increasing the risk of mesenteric ischemia. Providers in areas with high prevalence of methamphetamine use should have a high index of suspicion for intestinal ischemia in this patient population. Patients with methamphetamine use admitted for trauma or other pathology may be at particular risk of ischemia and septic shock, especially in the setting of dehydration. Use of vasoconstrictors in this patient population may also exacerbate intestinal ischemia.
  • A Nonsurgical Approach to Mesenteric Vascular Disease. [Journal Article]
  • CRCardiol Rev 2018 Mar/Apr; 26(2):99-106
  • Tabriziani H, Ahmad A, … Frishman WH
  • Mesenteric ischemia is a rare disorder, with considerably high morbidity and mortality rates. It can manifest in several ways, including acute mesenteric ischemia, chronic mesenteric ischemia, nonocc...
  • Portal Vein Thrombosis in Adult Omani Patients: A Retrospective Cohort Study. [Journal Article]
  • OMOman Med J 2017; 32(6):522-527
  • Al Hashmi K, Al Aamri L, … Pathare A
  • CONCLUSIONS: This is the first study reflecting a real-life practice in PVT with possibly underlying inherited and acquired prothrombotic conditions as well as complications due to local and malignant conditions from Oman. We studied the prevalence, clinical presentation, underlying possible etiological factors, treatment, and outcomes. Since causative factors were found in 36 patients (92.3%), etiological screening seems worthwhile in every case with PVT, but thrombophilia screening may not be cost-effective.
  • Acute Organoaxial gastric volvulus: A massive problem with a twist-case report. [Journal Article]
  • IJInt J Surg Case Rep 2017; 41:366-369
  • Al Daoud F, Daswani GS, … Nigam T
  • CONCLUSIONS: GV may have a significant related morbidity and mortality rate. It can be missed easily on diagnosis. The presence of vomiting not responding to initial antiemetic treatment, as well as, the presence of a hiatal hernia on the imaging studies should trigger our thinking of gastric volvulus, regardless of the stable appearance of the patient.Chronic GV can manifests as atypical chest, abdomen and gastro intestinal symptoms. We recommend that everyone with these atypical symptoms seek medical attention to rule out GV. Early diagnosis and treatment will reduce the risk of developing chronic gastric volvulus to acute gastric volvulus.
  • Post-Ischemic Bowel Stricture: CT Features in Eight Cases. [Case Reports]
  • KJKorean J Radiol 2017 Nov-Dec; 18(6):936-945
  • Kim JS, Kim HJ, … Ha HK
  • CONCLUSIONS: Post-ischemic strictures develop in the ileum, jejunum and colon after an interval of several weeks. In the colonic segment, strictures mainly occur in the "watershed zone." Typical CT findings include a single area of concentric wall thickening of medium length (mean, 7.4 cm), with moderate and higher enhancement in portal phase and vasa recta prominence.
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