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Fibromuscular dysplasia (FMD) was a term introduced by McCormack et al1 to describe a rare non-atherosclerotic, non-inflammatory segmental occlusive disorder of medium-sized vessel arteries.2 The FMD may be intimal, medial or periarterial, depending on the site of fibro-muscular proliferation.2 Mesenteric arteries are uncommonly affected. Herein, we report an unusual petal-like FMD of mesenteric arteries produced by adventitial and periadventitial smooth muscle proliferation with an additional venous involvement.
An elderly patient, a non-smoker, presented with a 4-day history of abdominal pain, distension and constipation. Anti-tuberculous therapy …