Mesenteric ischemia

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Mesenteric ischemia is a medical condition. It happens when not enough blood gets to the small intestine. This causes inflammation (swelling) and can harm the small intestine.

Mesenteric ischemia happens mostly to the elderly (older people).

Mesenteric ischemia can happen when:

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Symptoms of mesenteric ischemia include:

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