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Pa Tho Physiology of Intestinal Obstruction

Pa Tho Physiology of Intestinal Obstruction

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Published by: JOvie Rectin on Aug 04, 2011
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Mechanical intestinal obstruction secondary to rectal tumor 
Modifiable Non-modifiable
Gender Lifestyle
Age ®diet
Status ®smoking®stress
alteration to the normal function of cellrepeated exposure to carcinogensfailure of the immune response
decrease supply of nutrients andoxen to the other arts
inability to destroy antigens
promotion the activation of oncogenes where in these are mutantenes that causes the transformation of normal cell into tumor cell
exposure of normal cell to carcinogensMultiple consecutive givingbirth w/ interval of only month
Repeated trauma into a tissue
there will be formation of new blood vessels regulated bygrowth tumor factor
mutant RAS, protein stimulates cell growth of tumor
Interfere tissue functionAs cell grow high glucose oxygenand estrogen are needed by tumor
affection to the hypothalamusand pituitary gland
Gases and fluids accumulatein the areaBorborygmiIncrease intraluminal pressureMECHANICAL OBSTRUCTIONIncrease secretions into theintestineBacterial activityPersistent vomitingSevere colickyabdominalpainIncrease venous pressureDecreaseabsorptionCompression of veinsDistension of intestineInc contractions of proximal intestineMetabolic alkalosisLoss of hydrogen ions,potassium
progress growth tumor

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