Omental Torsion

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What is Omental Torsion

Omental torsion is clinically rare, longer than the left half of the right half of omentum torsion occurred in the right part.

Symptoms of Omental Torsion

The omental torsion clinical performance:

Less pain and more than the fixed parts, ease the supine or bending. Incidence postural suddenly turning or sudden force then began. The pain can be a few hours after the onset of even a few days disappeared or eased, the re-emergence after physical examination in the right abdominal tenderness and rebound tenderness in the right lower abdomen is obvious, sometimes palpable mass.

What Causes Omental Torsion

Omental torsion causes:

Hernia, obesity, omental cyst, omentum narrowing or the formation of ribbon is a major factor in the pathogenesis. Trauma and excessive force onset incentives.

Tests and Diagnosis for Omental Torsion

Treatments of Omental Torsion