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E C Kop, J C de Mol van Otterloo, C H Bosman, A C de Vries
Three patients, a woman aged 72, a man aged 25 and a woman aged 42 years, presented at the casualty department with a subacute form of primary venous mesenterial thrombosis. As symptoms and laboratory findings are aspecific, CT scan is the gold standard for the diagnosis of this condition. In these patients no cause or predisposing factor was detected, so the disease was considered to be primary. Treatment generally consists of anticoagulant therapy and if peritonitis is present operation is indicated. Hyperdynamic circulation and inotropica are indicated after surgery and in cases of critical illness...
December 13, 2003: Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde
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