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What is Rectractile mesenteritis?

What is Rectractile mesenteritis?

  • Rectractile mesenteritis: A disorder involving the tissue that connects the small intestine to the back of the back of the abdominal wall (mesentery) and is characterized by infection and inflammation followed by fibrosis.

Rectractile mesenteritis: Introduction

Types of Rectractile mesenteritis:

Broader types of Rectractile mesenteritis:

Who gets Rectractile mesenteritis?

Gender Ratio for Rectractile mesenteritis: male predominance

How serious is Rectractile mesenteritis?

Complications of Rectractile mesenteritis: see complications of Rectractile mesenteritis

What causes Rectractile mesenteritis?

Causes of Rectractile mesenteritis: see causes of Rectractile mesenteritis

What are the symptoms of Rectractile mesenteritis?

Symptoms of Rectractile mesenteritis: see symptoms of Rectractile mesenteritis

Complications of Rectractile mesenteritis: see complications of Rectractile mesenteritis

Onset of Rectractile mesenteritis: usually old age

Rectractile mesenteritis: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Rectractile mesenteritis.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Rectractile mesenteritis.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Rectractile mesenteritis: Gastroenterologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Rectractile mesenteritis.
Treatments for Rectractile mesenteritis: see treatments for Rectractile mesenteritis

Name and Aliases of Rectractile mesenteritis

Main name of condition: Rectractile mesenteritis

Other names or spellings for Rectractile mesenteritis:

mesenteric panniculitis, nodular mesenteritis, nonspecific sclerosing mesenteritis, sclerosing panniculitis, Peritoneal retractile mesenteritis, Retractile mesenteritis

Rectractile mesenteritis: Related Conditions

Research the causes of these diseases that are similar to, or related to, Rectractile mesenteritis:

 

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