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Ischaemic colitis An large bowel injury caused by mucosal hypoxia, most often due to a vascular disorder in an artheriosclerotic patient. The symptoms start suddenly with a severe left lower abdominal pain followed by bloody stools. The diagnose can be made by a colonoscopy. Complications often develop in form of bowel necrosis, perforation and peritonitis. Mild cases resolve spontaneously within a couple of days, severe cases require emergency surgery and bowel resection.
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