Anthony - Ulcerative colitis (Oman) Posted on July 5, 2012

Name: Anthony                
Sex: Male
Country: Oman
Diagnoses: 1. ulcerative colitis 2. Postcholecystectomy 3. hyperlipidemia 4. Liver functioning impairment (fatty liver)
Admission Date: May 20, 2012
Days Admitted to Hospital: 30

Before treatment:
Anthony began suffering from abdominal pain and diarrhea 4 years ago. Over time the abdominal pain and diarrhea became aggravated. Three years ago, Anthony went to his local hospital and was given a hematology examination and colonoscopy. The results showed colonitis, mainly in the rectum and sigmoid colon. He was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis by the doctors at his hospital. He received anti-inflammatory medication, had his immune system strengthened, given analgesics, etc. During the treatment, the abdominal pain and diarrhea were gradually alleviated.

Preadmission, the patient had intermittent abdominal pain and diarrhea. The patient defecated more than 10 times daily with mucous and blood in the stool. This was combined with abdominal pain, and the pain was presented with a radial pattern. The patient was in a poor mental state and had poor sleep quality.

We initially gave Majid Al asqah a complete examination and he was diagnosed with 1. Ulcerative colitis 2. Postcholecystectomy 3. hyperlipidemia 4. Liver functioning impairment (fatty liver). He received treatment to improve the blood circulation in order to increase the blood supply to the damaged nerves and he received nourishment for the neurons. He also received anti-inflammatory medication, had his immune system strengthened, adjusted the blood lipid level, improve liver function and other symptomatic treatment.

Majid Al asqah's mental state and mood has noticeably improved. The sleeping quality is better than before. There was no abdominal pain during the treatment and the pressing pain in the left upper quadrant has been alleviated. There is no rebound tenderness. The number of defecation times has been reduced to 2 or 3 daily. Before treatment, the defecation routine showed the white blood cells, red blood cells, occult blood(+). During the treatment, through microscopic examination the defecation routine showed no obvious abnormalities. occult blood (-). Admission: C-reaction protein 1.68g/L, blood sedimentation 12mm/h. Before discharge: C-reaction protein 0.8g/L, blood sedimentation 3mm/h. During the treatment, the patient's blood lipid level and liver functioning was gradually restored to a normal level. The pain in both breasts has been alleviated.

We received a email from the patient:

I am the patient was in 201 room between 20/3/2012 -19/4/2012 now. The paitent feeling better. I will take pressure and temperature 3 time daily it  is normal and he take all medicines.
Thank you very much for your help
Best Nourah


Dr Susan Chu

Thanks a lot for your cooperation

My husband Mr Anthony improve and feling OK

But I have a question, since my husband began taking oral medication April 18, 2012 We have now completed 5 months and some days, and we do not know whether to stop treatment if the amount that finished, or we need more, provided by you, and what is the cost?

Second: I sent the new  laboratory tests, I hope that the doctors have read it and they decide if my husband needs stem cell transplantation again or not.

Finally greetings and respect to you


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