Home > internal medicine > Acute superior mesenteric artery infarction

Acute superior mesenteric artery infarction

Most of the causes of acute superior mesenteric artery infarction are cardiogenic embolus falling off and blocking the artery, or thrombus secondary to arteriosclerosis blocking the lumen, resulting in corresponding tissue infarction. Its severity depends on the basic pathological changes of the artery, the speed and degree of infarction, collateral circulation and so on.

Symptoms

Acute superior mesenteric artery embolism or thrombosis

Acute hemorrhagic necrotizing pancreatitis

Acute hemorrhagic necrotizing enteritis

Acute peritonitis

Acute hemorrhagic necrotizing enteritis

Acute abdominal hyperlipidemia syndrome

Acute simple gastritis

Acute suppurative cholangitis

Acute cholecystitis

Malformed dysphagia

Acute suppurative gastritis

Acute biliary pancreatitis

Acute colonic pseudoobstruction syndrome

Acute corrosive gastritis

Acute appendicitis

Acute gastric mucosal lesions

Interspecific schistosomiasis

Acute erosive gastritis

Enterobacter agglomeratum infection

Fried Jue

Common Health Issues

Health News