Category:Enteritis, Fibrinous/Haemorrhagic

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  • The mucosa eroded to produce lesions of darkish-red submucosa covered in dry, crumbly fibrin.
  • Is usually caused by severe damage due to secondary bacterial infection following an earlier milder insult.
  • Tends to be more severe in the lower small intestine and upper large intestine.
    • Many severe infections tend to get worse further down the gut.
    • In the lower aprt of the bowel, where the inflammation is more severe, disease is more anaerobic.
      • Lesions are caused by anaerobic organisms- convert mild diseases into more serious disease.

Pages in category "Enteritis, Fibrinous/Haemorrhagic"

The following 6 pages are in this category, out of 6 total.