Inflammation of small pouches that may form on the wall of the colon.
an inflammation or infection of small sacs or outpouchings (diverticula) of the inner lining of the intestine that protrude through the intestinal wall.
Inflammation of diverticula. During periods of inflammation, person experiences crampy pain and fever. White blood cells increase to fight off infection.
colon inflammation. Further info.
An inflammation of a diverticulum.
inflammation of diverticula, saclike outpouchings of the colonic wall, when the muscularis becomes weak
inflammation of a diverticulum in the digestive tract (especially the colon); characterized by painful abdominal cramping and fever and constipation
an inflammation and infection of the diverticulae of the colon
A condition in which diverticula become inflamed.
Inflammation of one or more of the diverticulum (a muscular wall present in the stomach, small intestine or most commonly, the colon).
an acute condition marked by inflammation and/or infection of diverticula on the walls of the colon
inflammation of pouches that sometimes form in the intestines.
inflammation of diverticula (small outpouchings or herniations of the colon wall)
Inflammation of the diverticula (small outpouchings) along the wall of the colon, the large intestine. (One outpouching is a diverticulum; two or more are diverticula). See the entire definition of Diverticulitis
An infection of diverticula. This usually produces left lower quadrant abdominal pain. Simple antibiotics usually result in excellent control. Complications of diverticulitis include abscess formation and perforation. Bleeding may also occur.
Inflammation of diverticula (small sacs in the intestine's inner lining); can cause fever, pain, and tenderness
occurs when one or more small pouches in the large intestine (called a diverticulum) become irritated or infected.
Inflammation of small sacs which have protruded from wall of bowel. May result in perforation or obstruction of the bowel.
condition that occurs when small pouches in the colon (diverticula) become infected or irritated. Also called left-sided appendicitis.
inflammation of a sac or pouch in the intestinal tract, most commonly in the colon region, causing stagnation of feces and pain.
infected pockets in the colon. These pockets can be a source of bleeding and discomfort.
Inflammation of the colon that occurs in the region of existing diverticulosis. This results in intense pain associated with fever, constipation or diarrhea. Complications of diverticulitis include intestinal obstruction, perforation, bleeding, and the development of abnormal connections (Fistulas) between the skin, intestine, bladder or vagina.
An inflammation of pouches in the walls of the intestinal tract.
A diverticulum is an abnormal little sac or pouch that may occur in the lining of any hollow organ of the body. In the colon (large bowel), these may become inflamed and cause diverticulitis, a condition that may require surgery.
Inflammation of the diverticula (small outpouchings) along the wall of the colon, the large intestine. echocardiogram - a test that uses sound waves to create a moving picture of the heart. The picture is much more detailed than x-ray image and involves no radiation exposure
A condition that occurs in organs like the stomach or colon when small pouches or sacs (diverticula) in the organ walls become inflamed. Diverticulitis may be a risk factor of certain cancers.
Inflammation of an abnormal pouch (diverticulum) in the intestinal wall, usually found in the large intestine (colon). More Information
inflammation or outpouching of sac arising from the bowel wall.
Diverticulitis is inflammation of small pouches (diverticula) that sometimes form in the lining and wall of the colon.
A condition that develops when an outpocket caused by diverticulosis becomes inflamed an potentially infected.
occurs when one or more small pouches (called diverticulum) in the large intestine become irritated or infected.
An inflammation or infection of the diverticulum.
Diverticulitis is a common disease of the bowel, in particular the large intestine. Diverticulitis develops from diverticulosis, which involves the formation of pouches (diverticula) on the outside of the colon. Diverticulitis results if one of these diverticula becomes inflamed.