Anaphylactic shock-induced ischemic proctocolitis following bee stings: first case report.

@article{Park2010AnaphylacticSI,
  title={Anaphylactic shock-induced ischemic proctocolitis following bee stings: first case report.},
  author={S Park and Hoon Jai Chun and Bora Keum and Yeon Seok Seo and Young Seok Kim and Y T Jeen and Hyang Sun Lee and Soon Ho Um and Chang Duck Kim and Han Seok Ryu},
  journal={Endoscopy},
  year={2010},
  volume={42 Suppl 2},
  pages={E153-4}
}
for hematochezia following resuscitation from a hypotensive shock. The history revealed that while working outdoors, the patient had been attacked by a swarm of bees and received multiple stings, rendering him unconscious. Following initial recovery at the local hospital, he developed hematochezia and was referred to us. On examination at admission, the patient was alert and not pale, and his vital signs were stable. He denied any previous allergic history related to drugs or other substances… CONTINUE READING

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