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Synonyms for colonic

a water enema given to flush out the colon

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17) Common locations for colonic ischemia are found in the regions of splenic flexure which is supplied by a narrow terminal branch of the superior mesenteric artery, and the rectosigmoid junction which is supplied by a narrow terminal branch of the inferior mesenteric artery.
Exploratory laparotomy confirmed left colonic ischemia, and left hemicolectomy was performed, with placement of another NGT.
A low flow state often precipitates colonic ischemia in the setting of preexisting mesenteric microvascular atherosclerosis; however, it may produce colonic ischemia by itself when mesenteric vasoconstriction is profound.
Risk factors for blood clots were common in one group of patients with otherwise unexplained colonic ischemia, reported Dr.
As opposed to small-bowel ischemia, colonic ischemia is usually due to nonocclusive factors.