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Hemorrhoids are dilated vessels in the submucosa of the lower rectum arising from the superior and inferior hemorrhoidal veins. Chronic fissures may expose the internal sphincter and be associated with a skin tag.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 80 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +15 votes | 5 comments
Diverticulitis is a contained perforation of a diverticulum with the formation of a pericolonic abscess. Ischemic colitis is characterized by segmental inflammation and ulceration of the colonic mucosa as a result of a decrease in blood flow.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 80 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +7 votes | 0 comments
Angiography is the test of choice and allows identification of the cause of ischemia, which is important for the selection of a treatment method. Emboli are treated surgically by embolectomy, thrombotic disease requires arterial bypass, whereas vasoconstriction responds to vasodilators.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 80 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +2 votes | 0 comments
WhippleÂ’s disease typically presents as fever of unknown origin, chronic diarrhea, and joint pain. In addition to causing malabsorption, WhippleÂ’s disease can affect a variety of organs including the brain. Short-bowel syndrome is characterized by malabsorption when less than 180 cm of functional small bowel remains.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 80 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +3 votes | 0 comments
There is no curative treatment for achalasia that results in the return of normal esophageal peristalsis and sphincter relaxation during swallowing. Surgery is the most definitive treatment carrying an 85% to 90% success rate.
Published by Michelle Lascuna 80 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +5 votes | 1 comments
Mesenteric ischemia or infarction occurs in a variety of conditions that result in interruption or reduction of the blood supply of the intestine. Regardless of the causes of the ischemic insult, the end results are similar and range from transient alteration of bowel activity to transmural hemorrhagic necrosis. Mesenteric ischemia is classified into four categories that are distinct conditions with different causes, clinical manifestations, therapy, and prognoses.
Published by Clara L. 235 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +0 votes | 0 comments
Computer tomography (CT) has had an important effect on the management of patients suspected of having appendicitis. Perceptive and interpretive errors may result from secondary involvement of small bowel by perforative appendicitis. Such secondary involvement mimics primary small-bowel disorders because of peritoneal dynamics and anatomic interrelationships.
Published by Clara L. 81 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +8 votes | 4 comments
Crohn's Disease is a disease of the digestive tract where inflammation occurs. It is a kind of Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
Published by PINAKIN THAKRE 81 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +0 votes | 0 comments
How do you deal with Hemorrhoids
Published by Hurbert Michael 82 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +0 votes | 0 comments
If you are are experiencing heartburn that just won't go away it could be something more serious. It could be gastroesophageal reflux disease or GERD. Do go see your doctor, he or she will be able to do diagnosis testing to see if your heartburn is simply heartburn or a symptom of GERD.
Published by carol roach 84 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +7 votes | 6 comments
Heartburn occurs because the stomach acid backs up (reflux) into the esophagus. This is caused by a faulty sphincter valve which doesn't properly to open to let the food down to the stomach and close to seal the food from coming back up.
Published by carol roach 84 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +5 votes | 6 comments
When someone is found to have Diverticulosis, it means that they have several diverticula bulging out in the colon. A diverticulum is a small pouch in the colon lining that has punched through the muscular wall of the colon. Diverticula occur mainly in the sigmoid colon, which is the lower part of the large intestine.
Published by Cynthia Roberts 84 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +19 votes | 12 comments
There are many cures for hiccups. A lot of hiccup cures can be bizarre but a few of them have been known to work great.
Published by Mark Feldt 84 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +3 votes | 3 comments
If you are having trouble with your digestive system this may because there are many digestive disorders the require care by a doctor. Food should move through the digestive system with ease.
Published by TracyAnn 84 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +5 votes | 2 comments
Rumination syndrome is a major eating disorder in infants and children. Awareness and proper diagnosis is essential to treat this condition.
Published by DeviPriya Maharana 84 months ago in Gastrointestinal Conditions | +5 votes | 3 comments
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