ileocolic


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ileocolic

 [il″e-o-kol´ik]
pertaining to the ileum and colon.

il·e·o·co·lic

(il'ē-ō-kol'ik),
Relating to the ileum and the colon.
Synonym(s): ileocolonic

il·e·o·co·lic

(il'ē-ō-kol'ik)
Relating to the ileum and the colon.
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In our study, 3 patients had previous history of inflammatory bowel diseases and had undergone resection with ileocolic anastomosis.
Firstly the possibility is often not entertained in patients of this age group as incidence is low5, somewhat same thing happened in our case, secondly the disease may manifest with features of extra intestinal involvement, or with rare symptoms like Gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding which is very infrequent feature of Crohn's disease, although it is a prominent feature in ulcerative colitis.6-8 The most likely regional involvement in Crohn's disease is ileocolic variety which is about in 55% of cases, only colon alone is involved in 34.7% and isolated ileal disease is seen in just 9.7% cases.
As shown in Figure 2, the histopathology of the excised mass proved to be Burkitt's lymphoma of the terminal ileum causing ileocolic intussusception.
Moreover, the CT showed a hyperdense 60 x 50 mm right colic parietal lesion, signs of ileocolic intussusception with adjacent lymphadenopathy measuring 20 mm (Figure 1).
In the present article, a retrospective single-center study was conducted; it included 42 patients with CD who had undergone ileocolic resection between 2003 and 2014 (6).
CT confirmed diagnosis in 19 patients (27.9%), CECT is more useful in the diagnosis of anastomotic leak than barium studies, but in few leaks cases, contrast barium enema is useful specially in ileocolic is superior to other investigations.
A transbronchial biopsy specimen was obtained from 1 patient with chest CT findings, in addition to gastric and ileocolic biopsy specimens.
Isolating the blood supply on the middle colic vessel makes the two vascular right colic and ileocolic territories dependent on it, rendering the blood supply in the most distant ileocolic territory tenuous.
(27-28) Pitfalls include: Misinterpretation of a transversely lying ileocolic vessel as an appendix; missed identification of the appendix because of a low-lying cecum; and mistaken identification of an isolated appendicolith as a sign of appendicitis.
She presented with ileocolic intussusception and was subjected to right hemicolectomy.
This study aimed to determine the rate of endoscopic recurrence until 12 months after ileocolic resection for Crohn disease (CD) in a cohort and identify its possible predictors.
Out of the eight patients who developed DVT, two underwent hemicolectomies, one left hemicolectomy for diverticular disease of descending colon and another right hemicolectomy for Crohn's disease presenting with multiple strictures, one female patient underwent MRM for carcinoma breast, one patient underwent resection and anastomosis for ileosigmoid compound volvulus, another underwent segmental ileocolic resection for ileocaecal tuberculosis, one had a transverse loop colostomy for advanced carcinoma rectum with obstruction, one had surgery for varicose veins (SFJ flush ligation with subfascial ligation of perforators) and the last patient underwent Abdominoperineal Resection (APR) for carcinoma rectum.