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Diversion Colitis


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Inflammation
  • Diversion colitis is an inflammation of the colon which can occur as a complication of ileostomy or colostomy, often occurring within the year following the surgery.[en.wikipedia.org]
  • Jun 20, 2017 - Diversion colitis is an inflammation of colon segments excluded from .... A Solid Drink Pad (SDSHPF-75 Dehyprev Vit BIO TripleATrading, Tiel, ...[guideline.live]
Asymptomatic
  • Aug 7, 2018 - Most patients with diversion colitis are asymptomatic, but in a small proportion of patients, symptoms can significantly impact quality of life [3].[guideline.live]
Pain
  • Symptoms may include passing mucous, rectal bleeding, abdominal pain and the ... [ Jan 8, 2019 - Colon nontumor - Diversion colitis. ... website. . Accessed April ... Definition / general.[guideline.live]
Rectal Discharge
  • A foul smelling, mucous rectal discharge may develop from the inflamed mucosa of the distal, unused colon.[en.wikipedia.org]
  • A foul smelling, mucous rectal discharge may develop from the inflamed mucosa of the distal, unused colon. Apr 28, 2018 - Similar to diversion colitis, diversion pouchitis is an inflammatory disorder ... URL: ; DOI: ...[guideline.live]
Suggestibility
  • It also occurs frequently in a neovagina created by colovaginoplasty, with varying delay after the original procedure. [1] Despite the presence of a variable degree of inflammation the most suggestive histological feature remains the prominent lymphoid[en.wikipedia.org]

Workup

Colitis
  • Diversion colitis is an inflammation of the colon which can occur as a complication of ileostomy or colostomy, often occurring within the year following the surgery.[en.wikipedia.org]
  • Similar to diversion colitis, diversion pouchitis is an inflammatory disorder occurring in the ileal ... DOI: ..... matched to our definition of diversion colitis and.[guideline.live]

Treatment

  • If treatment is required, possible treatments include short-chain fatty acid irrigation, steroid enemas and mesalazine. [3] References [ edit ] External links [ edit ][en.wikipedia.org]

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