Treatment options for spontaneous and postoperative sclerosing mesenteritis

Abstract

Sclerosing mesenteritis is a rare pathology with only a few described cases in the literature. The etiology is unclear; however, several potential triggers, including abdominal surgery and abdominal trauma, have been discussed. The pathology includes a benign acute or chronic inflammatory process affecting the adipose tissue of the mesenterium. Despite it… (More)

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@inproceedings{Klasen2016TreatmentOF, title={Treatment options for spontaneous and postoperative sclerosing mesenteritis}, author={Jennifer M. Klasen and Ulrich G{\"u}ller and Brigitte Muff and Daniel Candinas and Christian Seiler and Ren{\'e} Fahrner}, booktitle={World journal of gastrointestinal surgery}, year={2016} }