Abstract
INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT OF ABDOMINAL TUBERCULOSIS PRESENTING AS A CASE OF MASSIVE RECTAL BLEEDING

Dr. Ulhas Jadhav*

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Massive rectal bleeding is an uncommon presentation of ileal tuberculosis. Fewer than 12 cases are reported in the literature. We report a case of ileal tuberculosis presenting at the emergency department with subacute intestinal obstruction and severe rectal bleeding. This was idendentified only after contrast enhanced computed tomography. Patient was further managed by fluoroscopic cecal artery embolisation and anti tubercular drugs. Patient was followed up with surgical opd symptom free and with progressive weight gain.

Keywords: Tuberculosis, embolisation and anti tubercular drugs.


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