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Appendicular colic

Tetsuhito Kigata, Reona Ikegami, Hideshi Shibata
Intestinal surgery is commonly performed to cure bowel obstruction in rabbits, but detailed descriptions of the arterial supply to the intestine are incomplete. We investigated anatomical variations of the distribution of the cranial mesenteric artery to the intestine in 33 New Zealand White rabbits by injecting colored latex into the arteries. The cranial mesenteric artery arose independently from the abdominal aorta at about 2.0 cm caudal to the celiac artery and branched off the pancreaticoduodenal, middle colic, ileocecocolic, jejunal and ileal arteries...
March 2018: Anatomical Science International
Z Rainauli, L Mekokishvili, Robert de Petriconi
Appendicovesical (AVF) fistula is rare complication in the modern era. Only a few cases of AVF were described in the literature of the last decade. AVF is meanly associated with a history of appendicitis. The guiding symptoms are coprosuria and pneumaturia, with recurrent infection of the urinary tract. The accurate pre-operative diagnosis is difficult to make. It usually took at least one year from the onset of symptom to confirm diagnosis. It has been reported a few cases of 15 year history of undiagnosed AVF...
April 2012: Georgian Medical News
J F Binnie
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
June 1893: Annals of Surgery
G Candela, S Varriale, L Di Libero, M Giordano, A Maschio, F Manetta, V Borrelli, A Nunziata, L Santini
Carcinoids of the appendix represent a separate class of tumours with characteristics that vary between benign (adenomas) and malignant (carcinomas) neoplasias. A recent nomenclature identifies them as diffuse neuroendocrine system (DNS) and/or, parallely, as neuroendocrine tumours (NET): the gastroenteric tract is the site of about 64.3% of carcinoids, followed by the respiratory tract with 25.3%. Among the gastrointestinals, tumour of the small intestine is the one with the highest incidence with 28.5%, followed by the appendix with 4...
June 2006: Minerva Chirurgica
N Fraser, C Gannon, M D Stringer
AIMS: Appendicoliths cause acute appendicitis and appendicular perforation. Do appendicoliths cause acute abdominal pain in the absence of acute appendicitis? METHODS: A retrospective observational study was undertaken of histology reports of all appendicectomy specimens from children < 16 years of age between January 1995 and December 2001. Specimens were categorised as perforated or uncomplicated acute appendicitis, non-inflamed, and "incidental" (removed during abdominal surgery for other indications)...
February 2004: European Journal of Pediatric Surgery
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
November 1958: Sovetskaia Meditsina
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
October 1957: Acta Urologica Belgica
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
July 1956: Revista Española de las Enfermedades del Aparato Digestivo y de la Nutrición
F Cavaliere, F Di Filippo, M Cosimelli, L Aloe, E Arcuri, M Anzà, A Callopoli, L Di Lauro, E Morace, C Botti, S Natoli, M Tedesco, S Giunta, R Cavaliere
Some low-grade malignant tumors arising in the abdomen, lack of infiltrative attitude and "redistribute" on the peritoneum with no extraregional spreading. In this cases the complete tumor cytoreduction followed by intra- or postoperative regional chemotherapy has curative intent. Peritonectomy is the complete removal of all the parietal peritoneum and the visceral peritoneum involved by disease. After peritonectomy hyperthermic antiblastic perfusion is carried out throughout the abdomino-pelvic cavity for 60 minutes, at a temperature of 41...
June 1999: Journal of Experimental & Clinical Cancer Research: CR
F H Kulachek, V D Fundiur, I B Samokhvalenko, O P Mal'ovana, L D Haievs'kyĭ, A I Vasilov
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
1997: Klinichna Khirurhiia
M S Khuroo
Ascariasis is a helminthic infection of global distribution with more than 1.4 billion persons infected throughout the world. The majority of infections occur in the developing countries of Asia and Latin America. Of 4 million people infected in the United States, a large percentage are immigrants from developing countries. Ascaris-related clinical disease is restricted to subjects with heavy worm load, and an estimated 1.2 to 2 million such cases, with 20,000 deaths, occur in endemic areas per year. More often, recurring moderate infections cause stunting of linear growth, cause reduced cognitive function, and contribute to existing malnutrition in children in endemic areas...
September 1996: Gastroenterology Clinics of North America
A Suhler, C Viville, P Leger, F Firmin
The authors report the various locations (ileal, appendicular, colic, rectal and through Meckel diverticulum) of the fistulas between the bladder and the digestive tract and specify the mainly inflammatory etiologies and specifically those due to the Crohn disease or those caused by tumors aggravated by irradiation and repeated surgery.
1995: Annales D'urologie
T Lebret, F Gobet, M Dallaserra, P Mitrofanoff
The various tissues used as free grafts in urethroplasties are associated with a high incidence of fistulae and strictures. The search for a new, more effective substitute had led the authors to study the possibility of using a new type of mucosa: appendicular mucosa. The size and cylindrical structure of the appendix and its easy resection make it an original and adapted urethral substitute. As most animals do not possess an appendix, an animal model of urethroplasty with colic mucosa has been used. A segmental distal urethrectomy has been performed on 40 rats, 14 had a simple urethral stent without any urethroplasty (Group I), for 7 wi performed the urethroplasty with a collagen tube (Group II) and for 19 an urethroplasty with free colic mucosa was performed (Group III), 3 to 6 weeks later, a macroscopic and microscopic study were realised...
1994: Chirurgie; Mémoires de L'Académie de Chirurgie
M Ghiur
Acute appendicitis with fixation of the appendix tip to the various parenchymatous viscera, such as the liver, the kidney, the ovary, etc., is rather frequent Fixation of the apical are of the appendix to cavitary organs, and development of fistulae is however rare. A case is presented, of an appendiculo-colic fistula that developed as a result of previous inflammatory processes. Such a case has not been presented before in the literature investigated by the author. The surgical solution consisted in appendicectomy with bipolar closure of the two appendicular stumps...
March 1981: Revista de Chirurgie, Oncologie, Radiologie, O.r.l., Oftalmologie, Stomatologie. Chirurgie
A Kh Ismaĭlov
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
1974: Klinicheskaia Meditsina
G Benhamou
There are no useless appendectomies. Appendectomy is useful in the treatment of appendicitis. Early appendectomy has enabled us to win the battle against appendicitis. Appendectomy is useful in the diagnosis of appendicular syndromes. Appendicitis isn't the only appendicular disease. Appendectomy is an excision-biopsy. Appendectomy is useful in the exploration of pseudo-appendicular syndromes. Appendicites encounter ileo-colic, urologic gynecologic, hepato-vesicular, gastro-duodenal or even extra-abdominal disorders at the "space to the right of the iliac fossa"...
November 1986: Annales de Gastroentérologie et D'hépatologie
V F Ozerov, S N Levkovskiĭ
The use of the bias strategy of the statistical conclusion allows to substantially improve differential diagnostics of acute appendicitis and appendicular colic at the expense of complex account of clinical manifestations as a sum of their diagnostic coefficients. The algorithm of the assessment of the clinical manifestations is characterized by high sensitivity and specificity which allows to avoid missing the diagnosis of acute appendicitis where it takes place and to minimize (not more than 4%) hyperdiagnostics of appendicitis in appendicular colic...
March 1989: Vestnik Khirurgii Imeni I. I. Grekova
C Goffin, T Pontus, M Stienon, J M Vanderwinden
A 73-old man undergoes exploration for right nephrotic colic. IVP demonstrates a dilatation of the upper tract up to the iliac vessels. Extensive exploration is not able to precise the cause of the extrinsic stenosis. At the operation, a subacute appendicitis perforated in the retroperitoneum is assessed. The contribution of new imaging techniques to the aetiologic diagnosis of ureteric stenoses is discussed.
1989: Acta Urologica Belgica
B O Mil'kov, F G Kulachek, V D Fundiur
The possibility of the use of intratissue electrophoresis in patients with presumptive diagnosis of acute appendicitis was studied. Use of the method suggested contributes to enhancing the effectiveness of the treatment performed, prevents unsubstantiated performance of appendectomy, shortens time patients stay in a hospital. The long-term results of treatment with the use of intratissue electrophoresis are better than those in use of the existing methods of dynamic observation (parenteral administration of spasmolytic and desensitizing agents)...
1992: Klinicheskaia Khirurgiia
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