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Acute colonic pseudoobstruction syndrome

Acute colonic pseudoobstruction syndrome is a group of syndromes with primary or secondary colonic dilatation and no lesions in the colon itself. It often occurs in long-term ill and long-term bedridden patients, and the onset site is often in the ileocecal part or right colon.

Symptoms

Acute corrosive gastritis

Acute appendicitis

Acute gastric mucosal lesions

Interspecific schistosomiasis

Acute erosive gastritis

Enterobacter agglomeratum infection

Fried Jue

Acute gastroenteritis

Secondary peritonitis

Melanosis of colon and rectum

Acute gastric dilatation

secondary purulent peritonitis

Familial Mediterranean fever

Colonic atresia

Familial colonic polyps

Fecal perforation of colon

Methanol poisoning

Colon injury

Colonic hypersensitivity

Colonic polyp

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