Abhyuday Meghe

Department of Community Medicine, Acharya Vinoba Bhave Rural Hospital, Sawangi (Meghe), Wardha, Maharashtra, India


  • Research Article   
    Superior Mesenteric Vein, Splenic Vein And Portal Vein Thrombosis With Bowel Gangrene In Covid-19 And HIV Positive Patients: A case report
    Author(s): Juee Meghe*, Meenakshi Yeola, Abhyuday Meghe and Yeshwant Lamture

    COVID-19 pandemic which broke out in Wuhan province of China in December of 2019 has rapidly spread globally with millions of deaths in the past one and half year. Along with severe lower respiratory tract infection it also causes coagulopathy due to an imbalance in the coagulation homeostasis. Here we report a case of superior mesenteric artery thrombosis with bowel gangrene in a COVID-19 and HIV positive female patient with its management. A female patient presented with complaint of pain in abdomen since 15 days. On per abdominal examination the abdomen was tender with guarding, rigidity and distention. X-ray abdomen ERECT was done which was significant of free gas under right dome of diaphragm. CECT abdomen pelvis was significant of thrombus in the superior mesenteric vein, portal vein, splenic vein with the evidence of perforation. Urgent laparotomy was done, after surgery patien.. Read More»

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