Ischemic colitis is a sudden swelling (inflammation) of part of the large intestine (colon) that occurs when there is a temporary loss of, or reduction in, blood flow to the colon.
Ischemic colitis mainly affects people over 50. Many of them have a history of
Other risk factors include:
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