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Noun1.jejunitis - inflammation of the jejunum of the small intestine
inflammation, redness, rubor - a response of body tissues to injury or irritation; characterized by pain and swelling and redness and heat
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n. yeyunitis, infl. del yeyuno.
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Jejunitis and frank jejunal ischemia may also develop in the acute perioperative period, usually well-depicted at IV contrast enhanced CT.
Of the indicators observed postoperatively, no patients in Group A suffered from anastomotic leakage, whereas seven cases of anastomotic leakage occurred in Group B, including six patients who were cured after peritoneal lavage and drainage, antibiotic, jejunitis, and parenteral alimentation therapies.
The term ulcerative jejunitis is now understood to be synonymous with lymphoma complicating celiac disease.
Rachmilewitz, "Dual effect of chronic nicotine administration: augmentation of jejunitis and amelioration of colitis induced by iodoacetamide in rats," International Journal of Colorectal Disease, vol.
Luminal obstructions include hemorrhagic jejunitis (jejunal occlusion with blood clots), phytobezoars, cecocolic volvulus, impacted ingesta and atresia coli, recti and ani.
However, histology revealed that the mouse had moderate chronic jejunitis (Figure 1(d)) and rare small lymphohistiocytic infiltrates in the kidneys located periglomerularly and perivascularly (Figure 1(b)) and a subpleural tumor 0.5 mm in diameter (Figure 1(a)).