BMJ | VOL. 1

Food Supply, Body Weight, and Activity in Great Britain, 1943-9

Publication Date Jan 10, 1953


The acute pain of the dissecting aneurysm and the leak ing saccular aneurysm is the pain most likely to be mis diagnosed as one of the more usual types of acute abdo minal emergency. The intense abdominal pain may mimic that of acute pancreatitis, perforated peptic ulcer, or mesen teric vascular occlusion. In such a case radiation of the pain into the loins, neck, or lower extremities may be signi ficant. Previous symptoms of cardiovascular disease are usually absent, although the presence of hypertension may be suggestive. The problem of the case which presents with extravasa tion at the hernial orifices is well illustrated in our two cases.


Mesenteric Vascular Occlusion Hernial Orifices Extravasation Food Supply Great Britain Lower Extremities Acute Emergency Body Weight Symptoms Of Disease Intense Pain

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