Inflamed bowel

Inflamed bowel

Irritation of the intestinal tract.
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One of the victims was Tia Donaldson, then 11, who was left in critical condition having suffered kidney failure, a series of mini strokes and a dangerously inflamed bowel.
Niall was brought to the cardiogly unit where doctor's discovered his badly inflamed bowel was causing his heart rate to go through the roof.
11) Most of the patients in this study had unhealthy and inflamed bowel adjacent to the perforation indicating the presence of ileitis.
Fat surrounds the bowel and can interfere with visualizing disease; inflamed bowel and fat both produce high signal on T2W and gadolinium-enhanced T1W images.
The introduction of faecal calprotectin, released from neutrophils that enter the inflamed bowel, now offers the possibility of screening out inflammatory bowel disease without the need to refer the patient for colonoscopy.
Possible complications: intestinal obstruction, bleeding, and anemia, perforation of the inflamed bowel, vitamin B12 deficiency, increased susceptibility to cancer of the ileum.
There was nothing unusual on X-ray and ultrasound showed only inflamed bowel, but I decided exploratory surgery was in order.
Tannins also slow down the frequency of bowel motions, giving an inflamed bowel time to heal.
A low-fiber diet may be recommended for those with a very inflamed bowel, as fibers might irritate the mucosal lining worsening their problem even more.
Sulphur dioxide is often used as a preservative but is linked with an increased risk of inflamed bowel disease and ulcerous colitis.
A week later the autopsy revealed that Charlie's original operation had left him with a badly inflamed bowel which had been infected beyond repair.
In his short life he has suffered several serious attacks of pneumonia and an inflamed bowel and last year doctors decided he needed a bone marrow transplant.