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1,011 Possible Causes for Intestinal Perforation, Tight Anal Sphincter

  • Anal Fissure

    Too much pressure, tight anal sphincter muscles, and poor blood supply to your anus may lead to their development and poor healing.[] Reasons for this can include: Constipation or passing large or hard stools Explosive or ongoing diarrhea Childbirth Less often, having anal sex or putting things into your[]

  • Septicemia

    This report is of a patient who underwent surgery for intestinal perforations due to blunt abdominal trauma and developed unexpected CMY-2-producing E. coli septicemia in[]

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  • Pneumoperitoneum

    Pneumoperitoneum in preterm infants is a surgical emergency as it is usually indicative of intestinal perforation.[] In neonate with intestinal perforation one should consider Hirschsprung's disease.[] Non-NEC causes were spontaneous intestinal perforation (8.9%), ano-rectal malformations (7.1%), Hirschsprung's disease (14.2%), ileal atresia (3.5%), incarcerated inguinal[]

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  • Anuria

    Abstract During 18 months 38 patients with anuria due to lithiasis were admitted in our department, 8 of them developed septic shock. Twenty eight patients were cured using different procedures and were released from the hospital with normal urinary output. Ten patients died, 6 of them from septic shock, which[…][]

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  • Pediatric Ulcerative Colitis

    The physician should keep in mind that these individuals may suffer complications of the disease at any time, such as toxic megacolon, intestinal perforation and severe blood[] Abdominal palpation may reveal tenderness or frank pain, accompanied by guarding and rebound tenderness, suggestive for severe illness or perforation.[] If an abnormal mass in palpated, the physician must think about intestinal obstruction, more prevalent in prolonged evolution cases or about magacolon.[]

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  • Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Type 4

    The patient’s clinical features (panels D and E) together with his family history (his father died from a distended abdomen after cholecystectomy, a spontaneous intestinal[] Survivors of bowel perforation and emergency operations tend to relapse with intestinal rupture occurring elsewhere in the digestive tract.[] Rupture of internal organs is common even at a young age, and perforation of the intestinal tract can be a problem. 9 Joint hypermobility is usually limited to the small articulations[]

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  • Intestinal Perforation

    Intestinal perforation secondary to inflammation is often small in the beginning with the omentum walling it off.[] We report a 3-year-old boy with glomerulonephritis secondary to typhoid infection and later intestinal perforation.[] Perforation/diagnosis* Intestinal Perforation/etiology Intestinal Perforation/mortality Intestinal Perforation/surgery Male Prognosis Risk Factors[]

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  • Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumor

    Clinical features of the GIST depend on the size and site of the tumor and may include acute or chronic bleeding, intestinal obstruction, perforation, alteration of bowel[] […] wall (bowel perforation).[] “After two years, Stivarga started eating up my intestines, causing fistulas and perforations (bulges and holes).”[]

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  • Colonic Perforation

    Fourteen perforations (45%) occurred in the small intestine and 17 perforations (55%) occurred in the colon.[] Despite intravenous calcium infusion and daily hemodialysis, the patient developed ischemic colitis and intestinal perforation.[] Its frequency increases with the duration of the operation. intestinal perforation Perforation of stomach or intestine. nasal septal perforation A hole through the nasal septum[]

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  • Homocystinuria

    An emergency laparotomy revealed jejunal perforation in the left upper quadrant.[] Histologic specimen showed full-thickness nonspecific inflammation of the intestinal wall with granulocytic infiltration, hemorrhage and necrosis.[] After excluding all known possible causes of perforation, we presumed a causative relationship between homocystinuria and small bowel perforation.[]

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