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BillyMac65 (@billymac65)

Mesenteric Panniculitis or Sclerosing Mesenteritis

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Hello all, I am 63 year old male T2 Diabetic with Mitral Valve Prolapse Syndrome and accompanying PVC’s. I have lived most of my life trying to deal with these issues and thought I could take no more. Then, just recently I thought I was passing another kidney stone so headed to my clinic. The pain became intense on the way there so I had to head directly to the Hospital ER. Had CT without contrast done, it returned a note of Panniculitis and described the location. A follow up CT w/contrast confirmed Mesenteric Panniculitis. I Was sent to Gasterentologist who turned out to be a Physicians Assistant. She scheduled me for a Colonoscopy. I feel like she is ordering this because she doesn’t know what else to do. Since this is a rare disorder I would like to be dealing with an experienced Physician. Can anyone point me in the right direction? I would certainly appreciate the help.

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I suggest that you contact Dr. Pardi at Mayo Clinic. He is experienced and
knowledgeable about treating PM.

Dan

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