tuberculosis (within the past 2 years) * People with a history of untreated or inadequately treated TB disease * Persons who are receiving immunosuppressive therapy such as tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF) antagonists, systemic corticosteroids equivalent to/greater than 15 mg of prednisone per day, or immunosuppressive drug therapy following organ transplantation * Persons with silicosis, diabetes mellitus, chronic renal failure, leukemia, or cancer of the head, neck, or lung * Persons who have had a gastrectomy or jejunoileal
bypass * Low body weight * Cigarette smokers and persons who abuse drugs or alcohol * Populations defined locally as having an increased incidence of disease due to M.
223,224,229-231) It is positive in 7% to 22% of gastric, appendiceal, and colonic NETs, and has been consistently negative in jejunoileal
Most of acute complications of jejunoileal
diverticulum need surgical intervention.
1) Imaging findings such as reversal of the jejunoileal
fold pattern, which have classically been described on conventional barium fluoroscopic studies, can be well visualized at MRE.
14) found that perforated duodenal ulcer was the commonest cause of generalized peritonitis at 28% followed by jejunoileal
He also referred to other surgical procedures like Jejunoileal
bypass, duodenal switch and B-P Diversion.
2]) after jejunoileal
bypass, all of the women had decreased levels of OC steroids compared with controls, suggesting that OCs may not reach effective levels in obese women.
Inadequate absorption in small intestine: Crohn's disease, intestinal resection, jejunoileal
Refractory diffuse bony pain 20 years after jejunoileal
2002) in a 25 year follow-up study with patients who underwent jejunoileal
bypass surgery noted a prevalence of osteoporosis in 9.
Clinical trial of jejunoileal
and gastric bypass for the treatment of morbid obesity: four-year progress report.
Clinical implications of jejunoileal