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Undisclosed methamphetamines use and acute abdominal pain. A case report
Acute abdominal pain continues to demand diagnostic challenges for emergency department clinicians. Nonocclusive mesenteric ischemia is a life-threatening disease, and its diagnostic evaluation mandates an approach that relies on the likelihood of disease, patient history, physical examination, laboratory tests and imaging studies. A debilitated patient-doctor relationship can make a patient purposefully withhold information motivated by the belief that the information would reflect poorly ondoi:10.5281/zenodo.7183418 fatcat:wkqd37jh2ndqtnjnsum2y3x3wu