Strongyloidesstercoralis infestation associated with septicemia due to intestinal transmural
migration of bacteria.
The right ventricular cavity appeared dilated and cut sections showed diffuse transmural
fibro-fatty replacement of the right ventricular free wall, extending into the endocardium and involving the right ventricular septum (Figure 3a).
To the Editor: Acquired pseudoaneurysm of the left ventricle is a rare disorder that usually occurs after transmural
myocardial infarction or after cardiac surgery.
* Ulcerative colitis can show thickened and inflamed bowel walls on CT, with cross-sectional target appearance due to transmural
(1,2) Absent was ST-segment elevation in lead V3, a virtually universal finding in acute transmural
anterior myocardial infarction.
The second theory states that although IUD is placed correctly, transmural
migration of IUD causes perforation.
Irreversible bowel ischemia may occur due to transmural
infarction and loss of bowel mucosa integrity, resulting in more complications including bacterial translocation and potential metabolic acidosis, sepsis, multiple organ dysfunction, and death. Anticoagulant therapy is successful in most cases, which then do not require surgical intervention.
Sural nerve biopsy revealed concentric thickening of epineural medium-sized and large arterioles with focal fibrinoid necrosis, transmural
inflammation, and uniform axonal loss with focal axonal breakdown consistent with necrotizing vasculitis.
The mechanism of QT interval prolongation is multifactorial and includes cardiomyocyte hypertrophy and increased left ventricular mass (LVM), with accompanying changes in left ventricular transmural
dispersion of repolarization, as well as changes in the tone of the autonomic nervous system of some patients with hypertension and mechanoelectrical feedback, although this mechanism is less likely.
Histopathologic examination revealed transmural
gangrenous ischemia in the cecum.
dispersion of the T wave and instability of the QT interval only cover alterations in repolarization.
EUS is capable of providing parietal (intramural) as well as transmural
and extraluminal imaging, as additional data to conventional transabdominal ultrasound.