Endovascular therapy in acute mesenteric ischemia after coronary artery bypass grafting: a case report and literature review
Abstract: In the pattern of abdominal complications after cardiac surgery, acute mesenteric ischemia is rare but high-mortality pathology. In the initial stages, the disease has no specific signs, which makes it difficult to perform early multislice computed tomography to diagnose it. Risk stratification and an individual approach to the choice of diagnostic and therapeutic measures aimed at early restoration of mesenteric blood flow will reduce the mortality in this complication.
Keywords: mesenteric / ischemia / Endovascular / artery / flow / cardiac / surgery / signs / stratification / coronary
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