Tag: abdominal pain
- What is Meckel's Diverticulum? ()
Meckel's diverticulum is a permanent remnant of the vitellointestinal tract and is present in about 2 percent of people. It is located in the last part of the small intestine (antimesenteric side of ileum). It is usually 60 cm from the ileocecal valve and is conventionally 5 cm long. Meckel's diverticulum has all three layers of intestinal wall and its own blood supply.
- Those with Abdominal Pain should know them! ()
Abdominal pain is pain that occurs between the rib cage (ie thorax) and the pelvis area. It can be seen at any age. It is known as "Abdominal Pain" in Latin. Abdominal pain alone is not a disease. Diseases that cause abdominal pain can be listed in a wide range.
- Pancreatic Inflammation (Pancreatitis) ()
Pancreatitis is a disease in which the pancreas becomes inflamed. The pancreas is a long, large gland located behind the stomach and on the side of the small intestine. The pancreas does two main things:
- What is SIBO and How is it treated? ()
Everything You Need to Know About Excess Bacterial Growth (SIBO) in the Small Intestine.
- How is Lyme Disease understood? ()
What is Lyme disease? Lyme disease is an infectious disease caused by the bacteria Borrelia burgdorferi. B. burgdorferi is transmitted to humans by an infected tick bite. The tick is infected by a deer or other animal. It reads as "Laym".
- Is there a definitive solution for FMF Disease? ()
The common name of the disease in the society is "FMF", in other words Familial Mediterranean Fever, in other words Familial Mediterranean Fever.
- What is Bowel Rot? ()
If the blood supply to the intestines is reduced or cut, decay develops in the intestines. It occurs especially in the small intestines (intestines). It is life-threatening and needs to be treated immediately. In the medical field, the terms Intestinal ischemia, Intestinal Infarction and intestinal necrosis are used for bowel rot.
- Current Approach to Crohn's Disease ()
This disease, which is pronounced as Kron in Turkish, is known as "Crohn's disease" in Latin. It manifests itself with pain, especially in the lower right corner of the abdomen.
- Belly Button Pain and Causes ()
Belly button pain can be caused by many different causes. Some of these reasons are simple and limited to the umbilical area, while others are harbingers of very serious diseases.
- Intestinal hernia (Diverticulum) treatment ()
Colon Diverticulum simply means herniation of the intestinal wall. In this way, vesicles or bubbles form in the intestinal wall. Its Latin is Diverticula.
- What is celiac disease? ()
People with celiac disease cannot tolerate the protein found in wheat, barley, rye and oats and called GLUTEN.
- How Does Appendicitis Burst? ()
Appendicitis is a disease that can be seen at all ages. It is one of the most common causes of abdominal pain that requires surgery. If not operated, there may be a risk of death. It is difficult to diagnose, especially in children and the elderly.
- Strangulated Hernia Hazard ()
The easier and more trouble-free simple hernia surgeries are, the more difficult and risky the strangulated hernia surgery is.
- What are the causes of diarrhea? ()
Diarrhea is when stools are often watery or soft. Diarrhea is definitely not a disease, but a symptom of polfactory origin.