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  • Sclerosing mesenteritis

    Includes abdominal surgery or trauma , autoimmunity , paraneoplastic syndrome, ischaemic injury and infection.small bowel mesentery is affected in most cases although the sigmoid mesocolon and omentum can also be occasionally be involved.
    Diagnosis:
    Tests and procedures used to diagnose sclerosing mesenteritis include. 1. Physical exam: sclerosing mesenteritis often forms a mass in upper abdomen that can be felt during a physical exam. 2. Imaging tests: Imaging tests of your abdomen may reveal sclerosing mesenteritis. Imaging tests may include computerized tomography or magnetic resonance imaging. 3. Biopsy: Removing a sample of tissue for testing.

  • Sclerosing mesenteritis

    Treatment:

    Sclerosing mesenteritis is a rare benign condition that is found most often in elderly patients. Various terms are used throughout the literature to describe this condition, which may lead to confusion, especially since there is a paucity of data regarding this rare disease. Glucocorticoid drugs such as prednisone, which relieve inflammation. They may be used in combination with azathioprine and colchicine.Hormonal therapy such as tamoxifen has also been shown to work. Sometimes hormonal therapy is used together with glucocorticoid drugs.Several other medications such as azathioprine, colchicine, Cyclophosphamide and thalidomide.

  • Sclerosing mesenteritis

    Statistical analysis:
    History of sclerosing mesenteritis is not well understood, because of the rarity of this condition. In a five-year follow-up report of 47 patients with mesenteric Sclerosing mesenteritis, 65 percent were alive.ewer than 200 cases have been reported in the literature, although this is in part due to the plethora of names given to this poorly understood disease.

 

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