Карточка-задание по английскому языку на тему «MEDICAL WRITING: CASE ABSTRACT_369»
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Карточка-задание по английскому языку на тему «MEDICAL WRITING: CASE ABSTRACT_369»
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КАРТОЧКА-ЗАДАНИЕ НА ТЕМУ

«MEDICAL WRITING: CASE ABSTRACT_369»

Warm-up

·         What is a medical case report?

·         What parts does it include?

·         What is an abstract?

Read the abstract of the medical case report:

Splenic infarction complicating percutaneous transluminal coeliac artery stenting for chronic mesenteric ischaemia: a case report

Abstract

Introduction

Chronic mesenteric ischaemia is an important cause of abdominal pain, especially in older patients with risk factors for vascular disease. Until recently, surgical revascularization procedures such as endarterectomy and aorto-coeliac or aorto-mesenteric bypass grafting were the only available treatment options for patients with chronic mesenteric ischaemia. Percutaneous angioplasty and stenting have recently been shown to be effective and safe alternatives to surgical revascularization in high-risk patients with chronic mesenteric ischaemia.

Case Presentation

We report an 84-year-old woman with symptoms of chronic mesenteric ischaemia, including post-prandial abdominal pain and weight loss. Investigations demonstrated calcific stenoses at the origins of the celiac, superior mesenteric and inferior mesenteric arteries, along with nonocclusive calcification in the mid-splenic artery. Coeliac artery angioplasty and stenting was performed, resulting in excellent arterial dilatation at the stenotic point and distal filling of the coeliac and superior mesenteric arteries and their branches. Within hours of successful stenting of the coeliac artery, the patient developed severe left upper quadrant pain. Progress imaging demonstrated splenic infarction, likely as a result of calcific emboli dislodged from the calcified plaque at the origin of the celiac artery at the time of angioplasty and stenting. The left upper quadrant pain resolved after 8 days and the patient remains asymptomatic 2 years post-procedure.

Conclusion

This is the first reported case of splenic infarction complicating otherwise successful coeliac artery stenting, presumably as a consequence of distal embolization of disrupted calcific plaque. This complication, occurring on a background of non-occlusive splenic arterial calcification, represents a novel cause of abdominal pain post-procedure.

Find in the abstract:

·         Background

·         Why is it important

·         Needs to be reported

Answer the questions:

1.       Is this the first report of this kind in the literature?

2.       What are brief details of what the patient(s) presented with?

3.       What the reader should learn from the case report?

4.       What the clinical impact will be?

5.       Is it an original case report of interest to a particular clinical specialty of medicine?

6.       Will it have a broader clinical impact across medicine?

7.       Are any teaching points identified?

Follow-up

·         Why abstract is the most important part for case published in electronic databases?

·         What are basics of abstract writing?


 

КАРТОЧКА - ЗАДАНИЕ НА ТЕМУ «MEDICAL

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