Small bowel obstruction due to retrograde intussusception
after laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass.
1) As the bezoar enlarges, it causes compression and mechanical irritation of the intestinal mucosa, leading to complications such as chronic inflammation, ulceration, perforation, intussusception
the bowel telescopes, as if it were swallowing itself.
mostly affects healthy baby boys under 12 months of age.
Surgical correction of a colonic prolapse/ intussusception
in a red-shouldered hawk (Buteo lineatus).
describes the process by which one portion of bowel telescopes inside an adjacent portion of bowel, leading to intestinal obstruction and ultimately causing bowel necrosis due to vascular compromise.
When evaluating abdominal pain, the physician should rule out appendicitis, volvulus (twisted intestine), intussusception
(an unfolding of one segment of an intestine within another) and abdominal aortic aneurysm.
Sam said: "I would urge people to look out for the signs of intussusception
, which is more common in boys aged eight months to two years.
As you looked into the glass orbs and saw the lineaments of the surrounding space warped in them nearly to the point of illegibility, they became instruments of reflection (pardon the pun) on the kinds of spatial distortion practiced in Davie's paintings - distortions that record the intersection between the work's self-containment and its absorption or intussusception
of the world.
A young child with a history of vomiting over a period of 72 hours needed emergency surgery to remove an intestinal obstruction due to intussusception
Infants with a history of intussusception
should not receive ROTATEQ.
The unique case presented in this report describes an adult patient with a retrograde jejunoduodenogastric intussusception
secondary to a gastrostomy feeding tube.