Typical clinical features

• abdominal pain—gradually becomes intense (Fig 30.9)

• profuse vomiting

• watery diarrhoea—blood in one-third of patients (later)

• patient becomes confused

Fig. 30.9 Typical pain distribution of mesenteric arterial occlusion
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