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4,658 Possible Causes for Injury, NEC, iliac, vessel

  • Ureteral Injury

    A percutaneous iliosacral screwing was performed to stabilize the right iliac wing fracture.[] 863.80 genital organ NEC 867.6 heart 861.00 ileum 863.29 intestine NEC 863.89 intra-abdominal (organ) 868.00 intrathoracic organs (multiple) 862.8 intrauterine (see also[] Iatrogenic ureteral injury was recognized 18 days after operation. Three-step management of urinary tract injury was performed.[] The ureter is particularly at risk for inadvertent injury when the cardinal-uterosacral ligament complex is coagulated and divided below the uterine vessels.[]

  • Birth

    Recipient surgery was by bilateral vascular connections to external iliacs, vaginal-vaginal anastomosis, and uterine fixation.[] Neonatal complications of extremely premature birth included sepsis, severe respiratory distress syndrome, patent ductus arteriosus requiring ligation, necrotizing enterocolitis[] CONCLUSIONS: Prolonged corneal edema should alert the physician to probable DM detachment after forceps-related birth injury.[] This helps open (dilate) the blood vessels in their lungs so the vessels can carry oxygen-rich blood around the body.[]

  • Placenta Previa

    AIMS: We investigated whether common iliac artery balloon occlusion (CIABO) was effective for decreasing blood loss during cesarean hysterectomy (CH) in patients with placenta[] enterocolitis).[] Bladder injury is occasionally encountered in these patients during operation.[] Evidence of extensive pulmonary embolization by trophoblastic tissue, together with microthrombi in the cerebral and pulmonary blood vessels, is found at autopsy.[]

  • Appendicitis

    The patient consulted with fever (38.1  C) and abdominal pain, located at the right iliac fossa.[] KEYWORDS: Case report; Necrotizing enterocolitis; Neonatal appendicitis; Peritonitis; Pneumoperitoneum; Premature baby; Preterm[] KEYWORDS: Appendicitis; Blunt trauma; Hollow viscus injury[] Optimal management of this condition is still a subject of debate, including superiority of surgical resection or angiographic embolization of the aberrant arterial vessel[]

  • Lipomyelomeningocele

    The present paper reports and discusses a case of sacral lipomyelomeningocele with an anomalous long bone articulating with the left iliac bone in a 40-year-old female.[] Abstract A six-day-old full-term female infant with lipomyelomeningocele, confirmed by magnetic resonance imaging, suffered from necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) when he was[] Abstract Surgical resection of a lipomyelomeningocele carries a risk of injury to nerve roots in the cauda equina.[] The stalk and the lipoma itself consisted of lipoma tissue entangled with many abnormal vessels, but most of the vessels were thrombosed with embolic material.[]

  • Patent Ductus Arteriosus

    […] artery and the left common iliac vein.[] Primary surgical ligation was associated with an increased risk of severe intraventricular haemorrhage (IVH) and necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC).[] Outcomes included pre- and postoperative ventilator requirements, pre- and postoperative inotropic support, acute kidney injury, surgical complications, and 30-day mortality[] The PDA is a temporary fetal blood vessel that connects the pulmonary artery (the vessel that, after birth, takes blood depleted of oxygen from the heart to the lungs) to[]

  • Total Parenteral Nutrition

    Postmortem examination found evidence of necrosis of the spinal cord as well as perforation of the right iliac vein.[] BACKGROUND: Newborns with necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) are at high risk for the development of total parenteral nutritional-associated cholestasis (TPNAC).[] Abstract Extravasation injuries in the neonatal intensive care unit are not rare during parenteral hyperalimentation.[] […] petechial hemorrhages in each mammillary body, hypothalamic neovascularization, and petechial hemorrhage with gliosis and engorgement of parenchymal periaqueductal blood vessels[]

  • Peritonitis

    We report a case of a teenaged girl who presented with abdominal pain and a palpable mass in the right iliac fossa.[] KEYWORDS: Case report; Necrotizing enterocolitis; Neonatal appendicitis; Peritonitis; Pneumoperitoneum; Premature baby; Preterm[] He had a history of cervical spinal cord injury due to suicide attempt 14 years earlier and, as a result of cervical spinal cord injury, he was paralyzed in the lower body[] An inflammation is the reactions that occur in the affected blood vessels and adjacent tissues in response to an injury or abnormal stimulation caused by a physical, chemical[]

  • Adrenal Insufficiency

    MRI showed multiple retroperitoneal lymphadenopathies, bulky nodular adrenal lesions and bilateral iliac lytic lesions.[] […] deficient corticoadrenal E27.40 Hypoadrenalism, hypoadrenia E27.40 Hypoadrenocorticism E27.40 Hypoaldosteronism E27.40 Hypofunction adrenocortical E27.40 corticoadrenal NEC[] KEYWORDS: Adrenal cortex function tests; Brain injury; Central adrenal insufficiency; Hydrocortisone; Hypopituitarism; Pediatrics[] Heart Vessels. 2016 Jun;31(6):1003-5. doi: 10.1007/s00380-015-0660-6. Epub 2015 Mar 15.[]

  • Sturge-Weber Syndrome

    The other patient is a 5-year-old boy with Sturge-Weber syndrome, Klippel-Trenaunay syndrome, aplasia of iliac, femoral, and popliteal veins and congenital heart disease,[] Nulla nec nisl non orci lacinia faucibus ut eu velit. Proin euismod nulla ac finibus…[] A3-year male child presented with a sudden onset hemiplegia following a mild head injury.[] Anterior dilated episcleral vessels are visible and till now the posterior vessel involvement has only been demonstrated in some pathology specimens.[]