perforated ulcer


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perforated ulcer

[ˈpɜːfəˌreɪtɪdˈʌlsəʳ] n (Med) → ulcera perforata
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Police today revealed that following a 12-hour autopsy, four pathologists found the 15-year-old had suffered a perforated ulcer, which they believe was likely caused by stress and having gone without food for days.
The inquest heard he suffered a perforated ulcer and pneumoperitoneum before his death.
But what followed was a series of 'failings' in the prisoner's care and Robinson, 49, died of peritonitis caused by a perforated ulcer on January 11, 2017.
However, various health issues were never far away and he died on August 12, suddenly but peacefully, after suffering a perforated ulcer.
She underwent surgery for a perforated ulcer in 2008 and had heart surgery four months later.
She had heart surgery in 2009 for a severe narrowing of her main heart valve and was hospitalized a year before that for surgery on a perforated ulcer.
The cause of death was a perforated ulcer and peritonitis, although she had struggled with drug addiction.
[13] Indeed, it is a common experience for surgeons who operate for perforated ulcer to observe that they first have to mobilise the perforation from adjacent organs before able to suture it.
Stay alert for symptoms that may suggest a perforated ulcer (an ulcer that has caused a hole in the stomach or duodenal wall):
His movie The Son Of The Sheik, one of Hollywood's first film sequels, was about to be released when he became ill and underwent surgery in New York City for a perforated ulcer.
Norma Jeane Mortenson, better known as Hollywood film star Marilyn Monroe was also born in 1926 and there was a mass outpouring of grief from fans when Italian-born screen heart-throb Rudolph Valentino suddenly died at the age of 31 from a perforated ulcer.