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Ischemic bowel disease, also known as ischemic colitis, is a condition in which part of the intestines dies because of lack of blood supply, Medline Plus says. It is a serious condition that requires immediate treatment. More »

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Ischemic bowel disease is caused by reduced blood flow to the intestines due to blockages, narrowing of arteries due to atherosclerosis, or obstructions in the colon, notes New York University Langone Medical Center. It ... More »

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The symptoms of ischemic heart disease include chest pain and pressure and shortness of breath, according to Healthgrades. Life-threatening symptoms include neck or jaw pain, tachypnea, angina pectoris and neck pain. The... More »

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Ischemic bowel disease is caused by reduced blood flow to the intestines due to blockages, narrowing of arteries due to atherosclerosis, or obstructions in the colon, notes New York University Langone Medical Center. It ... More »

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An impacted bowel occurs when people have been constipated for a long period of time and have used laxatives, explains Medline Plus. People who are not active or are bed ridden often experience constipation that can lead... More »

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According to WebMD, mucous colitis, also referred to as irritable bowel syndrome, is a common digestive condition that causes accelerated mobility of the intestines. Symptoms include diarrhea, constipation and abdominal ... More »

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Lymphocytic colitis is a type of microscopic colitis that shows a heightened presence of lymphocytes and reflects inflammation in the intestines, according to the National Digestive Diseases Information Clearinghouse. Ly... More »

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