Untitled - V.O.M.I.T., Grotesque Bowel Eruption - Split (CDr)

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  1. Large bowel obstruction (LBO) is often impressive on imaging, on account of the ability of the large bowel to massively distend. This condition requires prompt diagnosis and treatment. Epidemiology Large bowel obstructions are far less common. Reply
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    Vesicointestinal Fistula, Grotesque Bowel Eruption - 2 Ways Renal Papillary Necrosis Caused By Vasoconstriction Of The Large Arteries & Small Arterioles Which Resulted In Ischemia ‎ (CDr. Reply
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  4. Large bowel obstruction. Case contributed by Dr Varun Babu. Diagnosis certain Diagnosis certain. Presentation. Abdominal pain for the past 3 days. Outside evaluation revealed doubtful renal calculi and was given symptomatic treatment. Since pain was not subsiding, she was referred to a higher center. Bilious vomiting was observed at the time. Reply
  5. A partial or total blockage in your intestines known as a bowel obstruction can cause waste to move improperly through the bowel and out of the body. Immediate treatment is needed to remove the blockage. This can relieve painful symptoms and prevent serious complications such as tissue death or rupture of the small bowel. If a long portion. Reply
  6. Small bowel obstruction (SBO) is a common clinical condition that occurs secondary to me-chanical or functional obstruction of the small bowel, preventing normal transit of its contents. It is a frequent cause of hospitalization and surgi-cal consultation, representing 20% of all surgical admissions for acute abdominal pain (1,2). Reply
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  8. • Location: appendix (45%) > small bowel (25%), colorectum (25%) it is multiple in ⅓ of cases. Clinical presentation • The primary tumour rarely produces symptoms (due to its small size and deep mucosal location) it can present with abdominal pain, obstruction, or . Reply

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