Injuries to the mesenteric microcirculation due to bacterial translocation.

@article{Koh2002InjuriesTT,
  title={Injuries to the mesenteric microcirculation due to bacterial translocation.},
  author={Ivan H. J. Koh and Jose Menchaca-Diaz and Sandra H P Farsky and Adriano Francisco Siqueira and Marcello Ruiz-Silva and Poh Juliana and U Fagundes-neto and Marciglei Brito Morais and Ramaiane Medeiros da Silva},
  journal={Transplantation proceedings},
  year={2002},
  volume={34 3},
  pages={
          1003-4
        }
}
CFU/g or mL of tissue. The recovery was 60% positive inblood and 100% positive in tissues. Despite the absence ofclinical symptoms or mortality at all time periods studied, amicrocirculatory injury was detected between 2 hour and 28days. At 2 hours after BT the microcirculatory injuriesincluded obstruction of distal capillaries with low flow, anda lesser degree of obstruction in small and medium venules.In addition multiple focal hemorrhages in capillaries andsmall venules were distributed… CONTINUE READING
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