• pelvic
  • Hypertrophic megacolon is a result of pelvic fracture malunion and stenosis of the pelvic canal or another obstructive mechanism including neoplasm, polyp, or foreign body. (vin.com)
  • In the cat with hypertrophic megacolon, there may be a known history of trauma resulting in pelvic fracture. (vin.com)
  • In some cases, megacolon is secondary to untreated pelvic fractures (and rarely a tumor or a foreign body), i.e., a mechanical obstruction. (veterinarypracticenews.com)
  • Drugs
  • The Gastroenterology section of the Medscape Drugs & Diseases journal contains 3 articles devoted to megacolon, and they are separated based on the 3 aforementioned categories (see also Differentials). (medscape.com)