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Case of laceration of the intestine with rupture of the mesenteric artery without a skin wound
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Spontaneous dissection with rupture of the superior mesenteric artery from segmental arterial mediolysis Michael N. Tameo, MD, Matthew J. Dougherty, MD, and Keith D. Calligaro, MD, Philadelphia, Pa Spontaneous dissection of the superior mesenteric artery (SMA) is rare. We report a case of rupture of the SMA after. Abrupt termination of a mesenteric artery or vein is also an indication of vascular injury. Less specific findings as Mesenteric infiltration may indicate mesenteric injury with or without bowel wall injury. Mesenteric Hematoma seen as a well-defined mesenteric hematoma indicative of laceration of a mesenteric vessel .Cited by: 3.
During this stage of umbilical herniation, the midgut rotates 90° counterclockwise around the axis of the superior mesenteric artery so that the proximal limb (small bowel) lies on the right side and the distal limb (colon) lies on the left side of the artery. Between W of gestation, the developing midgut returns into the abdominal cavity. Acute superior mesenteric artery (SMA) occlusion is rare and associated with high morbidity and of the reasons is the difficulty to diagnose the disease soon after the abdominal pain initially occurs. A year-old woman with atrial fibrillation was admitted because of progressive left abdominal pain and nausea.
Colonic ischemia occurs because of occlusion of the inferior mesenteric artery during repair of the AAA. This complication is times more likely after OAR than EVAR. 17 Colonic ischemia commonly presents within the first 24 hours postoperatively with symptoms of left-sided abdominal pain, cramping, and rectal bleeding. 17 Wound Complications. Introduction. Spontaneous isolated dissection of superior mesenteric artery (SIDSMA) is a rare and difficult to diagnose cause of acute abdominal pain 1.A previous study analyzing 6, autopsies found an incidence of % for this condition.
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[Francis J Shepherd]. Isolated injuries to the superior mesenteric artery susceptible to repair are unusual. Ulvestad 1 reported a case in which blunt trauma to the abdomen produced a laceration of the superior mesenteric artery which was successfully repaired.
Killen 2 reported two cases of superior mesenteric vessel injury and emphasized the rarity of this by: 1. positive seatbelt sign increases the likelihood of traumatic bowel injuries 9; Mesenteric injury. definitive signs: active extravasation of contrast media is indicative of active bleeding and a significant mesenteric injury 3; intermesenteric free fluid, often forming triangles 7; beading and termination of mesenteric vessels 4, 7.
Intestinal bleeding found in this case is not a common symptom of the patients with mesenteric hematomas. The hematoma is usually identified by CT, ultrasound, or MRI. If the hemorrhage is controlled, the patients can be treated by non-operative management .Cited by: 4.
This exploration revealed small bowel ischemia with a parietal thickening and, at the early arterial phase, a 90% reduction of the superior mesenteric artery (SMA) lumen 2 cm from its origin (Fig 1), combined with a slight ectasic aspect of the origin of the celiac by: Superior mesenteric artery injury with attenuation of the artery and high density blush within the meseneric root.
Contrast pooling in the left posterior abdomen. Case Discussion. Mesenteric root injuries are not-uncommonly seen in lap-belt injuries where there is forced hyperflexion abdominal injury. A case of isolated dissection of the superior mesenteric artery is presented here. This rare condition was confirmed angiographically in a year.
A week later, he experienced more severe abdominal pain and hypotension secondary to rupture of the inferior mesenteric artery with massive hemorrhaging (Figure 1(c)).
These led to multiple procedures including coiling and in situ thrombolysis of the aneurysms, a right hemicolectomy, cholecystectomy, and small bowel resection of the distal Cited by: The incidence of bowel injury is between % and %.
3,18 More importantly, % of the bowel injuries are not diagnosed intraoperatively when they occur. This leads to a mortality rate of up to 30% for unrecognized bowel injury. 3,6 Bowel and visceral injuries occur by two mechanisms according to Bhoyrul.
Case 2: A year-old motor-vehicle crash patient with multiple injuries initially undergoes a damage-control laparotomy with direct repair of torn mesenteric blood vessels, small bowel resection without reconstruction, and temporary abdominal closure using a vacuum-assisted wound drainage device.
Cervical vascular organ injury scale. Description of injury. Common facial vein. External jugular vein. #N#Non-named arterial/venous branches.
External carotid arterial branches (ascending pharyngeal, superior thyroid, Ingual, facial maxillary, occipital, posterior auricular) Thyrocervical trunk or primary branches. #N#Internal jugular vein.
In this case report, we emphasize the importance of preservation of injured mesenteric artery due to abdominal trauma which could have resulted in short bowel syndrome.
Superior mesenteric injury is a rare entity but when it occurs, short bowel syndrome is one of the uninvited results of the emergency surgical by: 2. Reports of spontaneous dissection of the superior mesenteric artery are rare.
Diagnosis in the acute stage has been considered difficult, but we encountered four cases from November to November All four cases were diagnosed using abdominal CT scanning in the acute stage and could be treated by: A spontaneous mesenteric hematoma is a rare condition that occurs due to localized bleeding in the mesenteric vascular tree of a bowel segment with an unknown etiology.
It was first reported in as a symptom associated with labor. In the 20th century, cases with a mesenteric hemorrhage in the literature were by: 4. Acute mesenteric ischemia (AMI) is a potentially fatal vascular emergency with overall mortality of 60% to 80%, and its reported incidence is increasing.
3 Acute mesenteric ischemia comprises a group of pathophysiologic processes that have a common end point—bowel necrosis. The survival rate has not improved substantially during the past 70 Cited by: Anticoagulation has been successful in patients with 90% stenosis of the main trunk of the SMA.
Most patients which can be initially managed conservatively if there are no clinical and imaging signs indicating rupture of the artery branches or bowel by: 1. Spontaneous Dissection of the Superior Mesenteric Artery in Four Cases Treated with Anticoagulation Therapy Article in Internal Medicine 43(6) July with 11 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Mesenteric arterial injuries account for a small but important portion of penetrating civilian vascular injuries, constituting 12% of cases in a large series. 1 Abdominal arterial injuries in general and mesenteric arterial injuries in particular are conspicuous in their absence from reports of military vascular trauma.
Ischemic bowel disease comprises both mesenteric ischemia and colonic ischemia. Mesenteric ischemia can be divided into acute and chronic ischemia.
These are two separate entities, each with their specific clinical presentation and diagnostic and therapeutic modalities.
However, diagnosis may be difficult due to the vague symptomatology and subtle signs. We report the case Cited by: 3. The superior mesenteric artery (SMA) is the commonest artery to be affected by emboli.
Arterialthombosisis another pathophysiological mechanism accounting for % of all mesenteric ischemic : Syed Mahmood. an important anastomosis for the large intestine: mesenteric, inferior: abdominal aorta at the level of the L3 vertebral body: left colic a., sigmoid aa.(), superior rectal a.
splenic flexure, descending colon, sigmoid colon, superior part of rectum: branches of the inferior mesenteric a anastomose in the marginal artery: mesenteric, superior. Isolated spontaneous dissection of the superior mesenteric artery (SMA), without the involvement of the abdominal aorta, is a very rare condition [1, 2].Fewer than 80 cases have been reported in the literature since the first case described by Bauerfeld in .The majority of patients who present with hypovolemic shock or peritonitis are treated Cited by: 5.Closure of the inferior mesenteric artery usually has a mild course, since it supplies a smaller part of the intestine.
In 50% of the cases, it is about arterial embolism. The embolus is thereby usually of cardiac origin and is produced, e.g., during atrial fibrillation in the left atrium, in the case of endocarditis or a heart wall aneurysm.