ⓘ Bowel-associated dermatosis–arthritis syndrome


ⓘ Intestinal bypass arthritis–dermatitis syndrome

Bowel-associated dermatosis–arthritis syndrome, is a complication of jejunoileal bypass surgery consisting of flu-like symptoms, multiple painful joints, muscle aches and skin changes. It has been reported to occur in up to 20% of patients who had jejunoileal bypass surgery, a form of obesity surgery that is rarely performed today.

Excessive immune response to intestinal bacteria is believed to cause BADAS. Antibiotics are successfully used for the treatment of this disease. Corticosteroids are an alternative. Surgical restoration of normal bowel transit, where possible, can be effective.

BADAS was later reported in patients with inflammatory bowel disease, diverticulitis and after gastric resection gastric resection. BADAS were also identified biliopankreaticheskoe form of bariatric surgery, also known as procedure Scopinaro, and in one case, BADAS occurred in a patient with acute appendicitis. Because "syndrome bowel bypass" does not apply to these cases, the term BADAS was invented by Jorizzo et al in 1984.

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