diverticular disease


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diverticular disease

(ˌdaɪvəˈtɪkjʊlə)
n
any disease of the colon involving the presence of diverticula
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"He was diagnosed with gallstones and diverticular disease, but the pain got much worse.
* Control or prevent abnormal bleeding resulting from injury, tumor, gastrointestinal tract lesions, diverticular disease or fibroid tumors.
Symptoms of diverticular disease includes persistent abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting, rectal bleeding, fever, abdominal tenderness, constipation and, in some cases, diarrhoea.
Wehner's blood and radiological test at the hospital indicated he had had a history of colonic diverticular disease, a condition where small bulges or pockets develop in the lining of the large intestine and can result in a hole or tear in the large bowel.
4 COURGETTES contain high levels of insoluble fibre, which helps to promote a healthy digestive system and prevent diverticular disease.
(2,3) Health care providers typically treat diverticular disease with antibiotics and bowel rest.
* DIVERTICULAR DISEASE. It's not uncommon for small pouches (called diverticula) to form in the wall of the colon.
Initially, the patient with complicated colon diverticular disease had been admitted to another hospital 3 months previously with an abscess in the left iliac fossa, and its drainage was performed.
The clinical spectrum of symptomatic diverticular disease (DD) ranges from mild abdominal pain to life-threatening complications including perforation or hemorrhage.
Diverticular disease is a "Western" disease with a prevalence increasing with age, with 50% to 60% of people over the age of 80 being affected.