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Acute gastric dilatation

Acute gastric dilatation refers to the extreme dilatation of the stomach and duodenum due to a large amount of contents that cannot be discharged in a short time, resulting in repeated vomiting, water electrolyte disorder, even shock and death. The disease mostly occurs after operation, and can also be caused by overeating. Both children and adults can develop the disease, which is more common in men.

Symptoms

secondary purulent peritonitis

Familial Mediterranean fever

Colonic atresia

Familial colonic polyps

Fecal perforation of colon

Methanol poisoning

Colon injury

Colonic hypersensitivity

Colonic polyp

Melanosis coli

Giardiasis

Colonic vascular malformation

Colonic fistula

Pseudomembranous enteritis

Lipoma of colon

Volvulus of colon

Calculous cholecystitis

Colorectal injury

Connective tissue enteritis

Spastic intestinal obstruction

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