Talk:Splenic flexure syndrome

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Articles for deletion

This article was nominated for deletion on 26 January 2006. The result of the discussion was no consensus. An archived record of this discussion can be found here.

Recommending article for deletion. Don't think splenic flexure syndrome is recognized by most gastroenterologists; best correlate I can think of is splenic flexure intussusception? I think all else falls under the rubric of IBS. PubMed has no listings. Yamada et al. and Sleiseinger and Fordtran's (versions I have) don't have entries. Does this seem reasonable? Apologies to the authors.

Samir धर्म 09:04, 26 January 2006 (UTC)

Please create Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Splenic-flexure syndrome and list your considerations there. I'd recommend sticking to policy-related criteria such as WP:NOR, notability etc. JFW | T@lk 09:07, 26 January 2006 (UTC)

I guess NOR is the best descriptor; it's more like splenic-flexure syndrome is an antedated term among gastroenterologists, and I think IBS is considered to be a better catch-all. -- Samir धर्म 09:26, 26 January 2006 (UTC)

“Splenic-flexure syndrome” with parentheses returned 831 results in Google on 7/20/2006. I would not call this insignificant.

Several medical centers including the Univ. of Maryland @ [1] and Temple Univ. School of Medicine @ [2], both list Splenic-flexure syndrome as a “Cronic Disorder”.

I can see no reason to remove this listing. It is true that most Gastroenterologists do not recognize it as a real condition. It is also a fact that as recently as the late 1980’s, most Gastroenterologists believed that Irritable Bowel Syndrome was mostly a mental condition.

--Alan Clark 21:09, 20 July 2006 (UTC)