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Segmental arterial mediolysis: a case of mistaken hemorrhagic pancreatitis and review of the literature
Journal of the Pancreas
Segmental arterial mediolysis is an uncommon, non-atherosclerotic, non-inflammatory arteriopathy that involves areas of dissecting aneurysms and strictures that are caused by outer media lysis of the arterial wall from areas of medial necrosis of uncertain pathogenesis. It has a predilection for splanchnic arteries and often presents as abdominal pain or hemorrhage in late middle-aged and elderly patients. Diagnosis can be established by computed tomography angiography, magnetic resonancedoi:10.6092/1590-8577/2036 pmid:24413790 fatcat:zy76ceqip5afxolenxamrl7luy