Hemiplegia of intestines
[Hemiplegia in adults, Hemiplegia meaning, Causes of hemiplegia, Hemiplegia factors]
The movement of blood in the artery of the intestines stops due to shock, etc., due to the obstruction of the intestines, obstructing the access to the nutrients in the intestines, the muscles of the intestines become deformed, etc.
Intestinal obstruction occurs, Hunger decreases, the food eaten is not well digested and exploited. Nausea, vomiting, bowel movement (Peristaltic Movement) stops or decreases.
Gas is produced in the stomach. There is a pain in the intestines through convulsions.