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Linfangiectasia intestinal e linfangite lipogranulomatosa em dois caninos Intestinal lymphangiectasia with lipogranulomatous lymphangitis in primaia dogs. Directory ontestinal Open Access Journals Sweden. Clinical signs in the affected animals included chronic diarrhea, weight loss, labored breathing and anorexia. At necropsy, the mucosa of the small intestine was pale, soft and had numerous white, elongated villi clumped together in tufts giving the surface of the intestinal mucosa a pronounced velvety pattern.

White, round, smooth, raised, firm, pinpoint lesions, varying from mm of diameter, were observed on the inteatinal surface of the small intestine on its mesenteric border and along prominent mesenteric lymphatic vessels distended with thick, chalky white paste. Ascitis en ausencia de edema: The case of an primaroa that presented ascites in absence of edemas is presented.

The clinical, laboratory and histological findings, as well as the response to the treatment with mean chain triglycerides are included in this paper. Para evaluar respuesta a La muestra fue dividida en 2 cohortes: Los grupos experimentales fueron: The intestinal parasitism together with other transmissible and infectious disease is the reason by which many patients come to popular consulting rooms in the Bolivarian. Inmunogenicidad de la vacuna frente al virus de la hepatitis B en pacientes con enfermedad inflamatoria intestinal.

Su patogenia es poco conocida, pero si se sabe que hay una respuesta inmune frente a estructuras del tubo digestivo. Todas estas circunstancias favorecen las infecciones y reactivaciones por el virus de la hepatitis B VHB. Full Text Available Objective: A total of patients, 60 with ulcerative colitis and 60 with Crohn’s disease, participated in the study. However, a multivariate analysis revealed that sex, type of treatment, extraintestinal symptoms, number of relapses in previous year, satisfaction with surgery, and need for psychological support were related to HRQL.

Knowledge of such elements can turn out to be very useful in order to guide future research and modify specific factors in further interventions. Un total de pacientes, 60 con colitis ulcerosa y 60 con enfermedad de Crohn participaron en el estudio. Living with intestinal stoma: Data was collected between 10th January and 30th Junethrough two semi-structured interviews.

Analysis was through the stages: Datos recolectados de 10 de enero a 30 de junio de por medio de dos entrevistas semiestructuradas. Intestinal cancer is rare, but eating a high-fat diet Possible signs of small intestine cancer include Abdominal pain Weight loss for no reason Amebiasis intestinal Intestinal amebiasis. Entamoeba histolytica is the most frequent intestinal pathogen seen in our country, after Giardia lamblia, being one of the main causes of diarrhea in children younger than five years of age, and the fourth leading cause of death due to infection for protozoa in the world.


It possesses complex pathogenic mechanisms that allow it to invade the intestinal mucosa, causing amoebic colitis. Microscopy is the most used method for its identification, but the existence of two species morphologically identical, the pathogen one E. The access to drinkable water and appropriate sanitary services, an opportune medical treatment, and the development of a vaccine are the axes to diminish the incidence and mortality of this entity.

Colostomy is required to relieve an obstruction. Understanding Colostomy In a colostomy, the large intestine colon is cut. Se realizaron dos experimentos. A wide variety of disorders affecting the intestinal tract in cattle may require surgery.


Among those disorders the more common are: Although general principles of intestinal surgery can be applied, cattle has anatomical and behavior particularities that must be known before invading the abdomen.

This article focuses on surgical techniques used to optimize outcomes and discusses specific disorders of small intestine. Diagnoses and surgical techniques presented can be applied in field conditions. Intestine transplantation is reserved for patients with irreversible intestinal failure due to short gut syndrome requiring total paranteral nutrition with no possibility of discontinuation and loss of venous access for patient maintenance. In these patients complications of underlying disease and long-term total parenteral nutrition are present.

La muestra fue constituida de dos grupos: To evaluate and to compare the quality of life QoL of colostomy people, using or not using the bowel control methods BCM, in other words, the colostomy irrigation and the plug system, considering the hypothesis that people who used them had better QoL. Rarely, these tumors can cause bleeding, blockage or rupture of the intestines If this It is characterized by the presence of extensive mucocutaneous pigmentation, especially of the lips and the occurrence of hamartomatous polyps throughout the gastrointestinal tract.

Gastrointestinal hamartomas occur predominantly in the small intestine and can become symptomatic leading usually to intestinal obstruction and abdominal pain. We present a case of recurrent intestinal obstruction caused by small bowel intussusception treated by reduction, enterotomy and polypectomy and followed by intraoperative enteroscopy and endoscopic polypectomy.

Gastrointestinal hamartomas occur predominantly in the small intestine and can become symptomatic leading usually to intestinal obstruct Closed duodenal loops may be made in dogs by ligatures placed just below the pancreatic duct and just beyond the duodenojejunal junction, together with a posterior gastro-enterostomy. These closed duodenal loop dogs die with symptoms like those of patients suffering from volvulus or high intestinal obstruction.

This duodenal loop may simulate closely a volvulus in which there has been no vascular disturbance. Dogs with closed duodenal loops which have been washed out carefully survive a little longer on the average than animals with unwashed loops. The duration of life in the first instance is one to three days, with an average of about forty-eight hours. The dogs usually lose considerable fluid by vomiting and diarrhea. A weak pulse, low blood pressure and temperature are usually conspicuous in the last stages.

intedtinal Autopsy shows more or less splanchnic congestion which may be most marked in the mucosa of the upper small intestine. The peritoneum is usually clear and the closed loop may be distended with thin fluid, or collapsed, and contain only a small amount of pasty brown material.

The mucosa of the loop may show ulceration and even perforation, but in the majority of cases it linfangiectaska intact and exhibits only a moderate congestion. Simple intestinal obstruction added to a closed duodenal loop does not modify the result linfangiedtasia any manner, but it may hasten the fatal outcome.

The liver plays no essential role as a protective agent against this poison, for a dog with an Primarka fistula may live three days with a closed loop. A normal dog reacts to intraportal injection and to intravenous injection of the toxic substance in an identical manner. Orimaria of this loop under certain conditions may not interfere with the general health over a period of weeks or months. Excision of the part of the duodenum included in this loop causes no disturbance.

The material from the closed duodenal loops contains no bile, linfwngiectasia juice, gastric juice, or split products from the food. Full Text Available Purpose: Intestinal myiasis is a condition when the fly larvae inhabit the gastrointestinal tract and are passed out in faeces. This type of infestation results when eggs or larvae of the fly, deposited on food are inadvertently taken by man. They survive the unfavourable conditions within the gastrointestinal tract and produce disturbances, which may vary from mild to severe.


The condition is not uncommon and is often misdiagnosed as pinworm infestation. Correct diagnosis by the clinical microbiologist is important to avoid unnecessary treatment. We had 7 cases of intestinal myiasis. In 2 cases the larvae were reared to adult fly in modified meat and sand medium developed by Udgaonkar.

This medium is simple and can be easily prepared in the laboratory. Of the 7 larvae, 5 were Sarcophaga haemorrhoidalis, 1 Megaselia species and 1 was identified as Muscina stabulans. A high index of suspicion is required linfangiedtasia clinical diagnosis when the patient complains of passing wriggling worms in faeces for a long period without any response to antihelminthics.

The reason for long duration of limfangiectasia and recurrence of infestation is baffling. The nearest to cure was colonic wash. We feel prevention is of utmost importance, which is to avoid eating food articles with easy access to flies.

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Full Text Available Objectives: We aimed to show an area-level association between the frequency of intestinal metaplasia IM in Helicobacter pylori-infected patients and tobacco consumption. We systematically reviewed the literature to retrieve data on linfangiectasla prevalence of IM in different countries and performed an ecological analysis to quantify the association between the prevalence of IM among infected subjects and smoking, using data on national tobacco availability.

This systematic review of published data retrieved information for 29 countries from 5 continents depicting a wide variation in the prevalence of IM among H. Tobacco availability was positively associated with the prevalence of IM among H.

Efficacy of intravenous iron in treating iron deficiency anaemia in patients with inflammatory bowel disease: Are there predictors of response? Full Text Available Introduction: Until recently, oral iron has been the mainstay therapy, nevertheless it has been associated with intolerance and noncompliance.

Therefore, the goal of our study was to evaluate the efficacy of intravenous iron in IDA in IBD patients and the secondary aim was to investigate whether other potential factors could influence in the response to the treatment.

All of them received primzria sacarose iron and did biochemistry intestibal with haemoglobin Hb. Moreover, the correlation with other variables was studied: Intestinal malrotation is a congenital anomaly of the intestinal rotation and fixation, and usually occurs in the neonatal age.

Description of a clinical case associated with acute occlusive symptoms. A case of intestinal malrotation is presented in a previously asymptomatic woman of 46 years old with an intestinal obstruction, with radiology and surgical findings showing an absence of intestinal rotation. Linfnagiectasia malrotation in adults is often asymptomatic, and is diagnosed as a casual finding during a radiological examination performed for other reasons.

Infrequently, it can be diagnosed in adults, associated with an acute abdomen. About ostomy carriers are estimated to live in Germany today. The creation of an ostomy represents a major life event that can be associated with impaired quality of life.

Optimal ostomy creation and proper ostomy care are crucially important determinants of the success of treatment and of the patients’ quality of life. This article is based on pertinent publications retrieved by a selective search in PubMed, GoogleScholar, and Scopus, and on the authors’ experience.

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