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Synonyms for ischemia

local anemia in a given body part sometimes resulting from vasoconstriction or thrombosis or embolism

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Because of venous congestion, bowel ischemia is more likely to demonstrate bowel-wall thickening, mucosal hyper-enhancement, and mesenteric edema, which can be either hypo- or hyperdense depending on whether edema or hemorrhage is prevalent.
1,4,5-8 Otherwise, there is no available data in the literature to indicate the treatment approach when borderline bowel ischemia is observed in the endoscopic examination.
Gastrointestinal (GI) complications such as bowel ischemia are also not very common.
Excessive release of LPS secondary to bowel ischemia and loss of barrier effect can overwhelm the portal circulation and the Kupffer cells' ability to neutralize them, resulting in entry to the general circulation where they cause significant adverse symptoms.
The role of lymphatics in the pathogenesis of pneumatosis in experimental bowel ischemia.
Coroner Veronica Hamilton-Deeley ruled he died of bowel ischemia and a gastro-intestinal haemorrhage.
Sam Harper Brighouse died of bowel ischemia and a gastrointestinal haemorrhage after collapsing 16 miles into the race.
Paralytic ileus, cholecystitis, pancreatitis, bowel ischemia and intestinal perforations are also reported to be associated with CABG in different percentages (7).
An astounding percentage of the probiotic cohort died of bowel ischemia, an event not found among the placebo group.
Mesenteric injury can lead to bowel ischemia with subsequent stenosis.
In this case classical clinical signs of small bowel ischemia such as fever, tachycardia, and peritonitis were absent; investigations were most compatible with a diagnosis of cholecystitis.
Long-term complications that can arise in patients after gastric bypass include internal hernia, small bowel ischemia, acute mesenteric venous thrombosis, and midgut volvulus.
Furthermore, nine of the patients in the probiotics group developed bowel ischemia (eight with fatal outcomes), compared with none in the placebo group.
A high index of suspicion for bowel ischemia following laparoscopic surgery should occur when, postoperatively, a patient experiences inordinately severe abdominal pain associated with tachypnea, tachycardia, and alterations in the WBC count.