Non-specific Multiple Ulcers of the Ileum, Ileo-cecal Valve and Ascending Colon, Report of a Case Koichi Terada 1 , Hironori Nagata 1 , Hitoshi Murakami 1 , Mineo Kure 1 , Hironori Sakai 1 , Keiji Kondo 1 , Katsumi Iwata 2 , Kazutaka Uesugi 2 , Sojiro Morita 3 1Department of Surgery, Kochi Municipal Central Hospital 2Department of Laboratory Investigation, Kochi Municipal Central Hospital 3Department of Surgery, Hosogi Hospital pp.195-200
Published Date 1986/2/25
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1403110105
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 A 49year-old man was admitted to our hospital complaining of intermittent abdominal pain, diarrhea and weight loss. Double contrast radiography of the small bowel revealed at least seven ileal ulcers. After right hemicolectomy, the resected specimen showed sixteen open ulcers with clear-cut margins and converging folds in the terminai ileum, iieo-cecal valve and ascending colon. Histologically, except one diverticular ulcer on the cecum these fifteen ulcers were all non-specific, Ul-IV, open ulcers.

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