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Doctor insights on: Alternative Treatments For Mesenteric Adenitis

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What are treatment options for mesenteric adenitis?

What are treatment options for mesenteric adenitis?

Watchful waiting: Mesenteric adenitis is usually self limited resolving on its own. Treatment is supportive- pain management and fluids until it resolves. More important is differentiating it from more serious intraabdominal conditions such as appendicitis or ovarian cyst rupture. ...Read more

Mesentery (Definition)

1. A double layer of peritoneum attached to the abdominal wall and enclosing in its fold certain organs of the abdominal viscera. 2. A fold of the peritoneum that connects the intestines to the dorsal abdominal wall, especially such a fold that envelops ...Read more


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Vom &diarrhoea 5/6 weeks. Rif pain, spasms, u/s shows mesenteric adenitis, distended bowel loops moderate fluid in rif. Is this anything more than m/a?

Vom &diarrhoea 5/6 weeks. Rif pain, spasms, u/s shows mesenteric adenitis, distended bowel loops moderate fluid in rif. Is this anything more than m/a?

Not normal: it is not normal for anybody at any age to be sick for 5-6weeks. Ultrasound showing something. The patient needs an immediate intervention,that will start with IV fluid, keeping her stomach at rest,stop the vomiting,analyze the stool to find the reason for the diarrhea,work up the patient to find explanation for the ultrasound finding.mesenteric adenitis is a reaction to some infection where ? ...Read more

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How long before mesenteric adenitis resolves?

How long before mesenteric adenitis resolves?

It depends: On what is causing the adenitis in the first place. Lymph node swelling can occur for any number of reasons, the most common of which are infection or inflammation or cancers. The adenitis should last as long as the condition causing it is persisiting. ...Read more

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Is mesenteric adenitis the same as lymphadenitis?

Is mesenteric adenitis the same as  lymphadenitis?

Location, Location: Lymphadenitis the general term used to describe the inflammation of your lymph nodes (tissues that help your body fight off illness). Mesenteric lymphadenitis is an inflammation of the lymph nodes in the membrane that attaches your intestines to your abdominal wall (mesentery). Mesenteric lymphadenitis is usually the result of an intestinal infection. ...Read more

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What side is the appendix on with regards to mesenteric adenitis?

Similar: The function of the appendix is not entirely known, but it may serve as a home for certain bacteria that normally inhabit the intestine. It is important because appendicitis (or a serious infection arising in the appendix due to blockage) may closely resemble mesenteric adenitis. While appendicitis often requires surgery, mesenteric adenitis gets better without treatment. See your doctor to tell. ...Read more

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Is mesenteric adenitis the same thing as mesenteric lymphadenitis?

Yes they are the sam: Mesenteric lymphadenitis is an inflammation of the lymph nodes in the membrane that attaches your intestine, or bowel, to your abdominal wall. Mesenteric lymphadenitis usually results from an intestinal infection. Unlike appendicitis, however, mesenteric lymphadenitis is seldom serious and clears on its own. ...Read more

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Son has had mesenteric adenitis for 8 weeks now as well as back pain and low hemoglobin. What may be the cause and what tests should he have done?

Son has had mesenteric adenitis for 8 weeks now as well as back pain and low hemoglobin. What may be the cause and what tests should he have done?

See a pediatrician: Mesenteric adenitis (inflammation of lymph-nodes of the intestine), can be mistaken for appendicitis. I'll bet a ct was done. Viral and other self-limited GI track infections cause it. But significant underlying conditions and serious infections, although much more rare, can cause this also. 8 weeks is getting a bit too long, especially with other symptoms, to ignore. Go see you doctor again. ...Read more

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Can pcos be linked to mesenteric adenitis or vice versa?

Can pcos be linked to mesenteric adenitis or vice versa?

Probably not: Pcos is a disorder of infrequent ovulation, increased androgens (male hormone like), and multicystic ovaries. Pcos is associated with metabolic disorders too but meds enteric amenities is not one. Best wishes. ...Read more

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Mesenteric Lymphadenitis (Definition)

Mesenteric lymphadenitis is a condition in which the lymph nodes in the membrane that connects your bowel to your abdominal wall is swollen. It is usually caused by an infection, and common symptoms include ...Read more