intussusceptum

intussusceptum

 [in″tŭ-sŭ-sep´tum]
the portion of intestine that has prolapsed in intussusception.

in·tus·sus·cep·tum

(in'tŭs-sŭs-sep'tŭm),
The inner segment in an intussusception; that part of the bowel that is received within the other part.

intussusceptum

/in·tus·sus·cep·tum/ (-sep´tum) the portion of intestine that has prolapsed in intussusception.

intussusceptum

the portion of the intestine that has been invaginated within another part in intussusception.

in·tus·sus·cep·tum

(in'tŭ-sŭ-sep'tŭm)
The inner segment in an intussusception; the part of the bowel that is received within the other part.
The inner segment in an intussusception; the part of the bowel that is received within the other part.

intussusceptum

the portion of intestine that has prolapsed in intussusception.
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On some occasions, the contrast fills the lumen in between the intussuscipiens and the intussusceptum.
Gradual distension of the colon and the retrograde movement of the intussusceptum towards the caecum were monitored by real-time ultrasound.
Additionally, a hypodense area which represents invaginated mesenteric fat is often apparent within the intussusceptum.
At the end of the study period, records of documented cases were reviewed for age, gender, weight, duration of symptoms (DOS), CRP levels, presence of palpable intussusceptum on rectal examination, serology results, radiological investigations including PR, surgical procedure and findings, and histological reports.
It was characterized by marked edema and congestion in the serosa of the intestine without necrosis or fibrin in both: in both: intussusceptum portion and intussuscipiens segment.
STARR is advocated as a new technology for the treatment of obstructive defecation syndrome by excision of parts of intussusceptum.
Surgery is the modality of treatment in patients presenting with shock, bowel perforation, generalised peritonitis, trans-anal prolapse of the intussusceptum, or failed enema reduction.
When there is associated intussusception, the barium column is seen as a coiled spring appearance due to the outlining of mucosal folds of intussusceptum by barium.
Intussusception was reduced by manipulation and gentle traction of intussusceptum and pressure on intussuscipiens.
The specimen consisted of a small intestinal segment with the intussusceptum telescoping into the intussuscipiens.
When the intussusceptum invaginates and pulls along the mesentery, there is compromise of venous return.
The multiple concentric layers of the target sign represent the intussusceptum centrally, surrounded by its mesenteric fat and vasculature and finally encircled by the intussuscipiens.