Abscess interintestinal

Abscess interintestinal – an abscess of the abdominal cavity, localized between the intestinal loops, the mesentery, the abdominal wall and the omentum. Not often inter-intestinal abscess is combined with a pelvic abscess. The reasons Interintestinal abscesses, as a rule, are formed as a result of diffuse peritonitis. Symptoms Dull pain in the abdomen of indistinct localization, bloating, […]

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chronic lung abscess

Chronic lung abscess is a long-term suppurative process, which is the outcome of an acute abscess. Symptoms and course. Chronic lung abscess proceeds with exacerbations and improvements. During remission – complaints of cough with a small amount of sputum, sometimes hemoptysis, a slight increase in body temperature, sweating, chilliness, shortness of breath during exercise. During periods of exacerbations (cooling,

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Acute lung abscess

Acute lung abscess is a limited cavity formed as a result of purulent fusion of lung tissue. The causative agent is various microorganisms (most often Staphylococcus aureus). A decrease in the general and local protective functions of the body is characteristic due to the ingress of foreign bodies, mucus, and vomit into the lungs and bronchi – with

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Douglas pouch abscess

An abscess of the Douglas space is not an independent disease, but a complication of purulent processes in the pelvis or abdomen. With progressive development, there is a danger of a breakthrough into the rectum, bladder, small intestine and free abdominal cavity. The reasons The most common cause is destructive acute appendicitis and purulent inflammation of the

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brain abscess

Brain abscess – an encapsulated accumulation of pus in the substance of the brain; can occur by contact spread of infection (with purulent otitis media, osteomyelitis, mastoiditis, sinusitis), hematogenous metastasis from a distant source (lungs, oral cavity, skin, bones, rectum, heart) or as a result of direct infection (with traumatic brain injury or neurosurgical intervention). In babies, more

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Abscess appendicular

Appendicular abscess is a complication of destructive forms of acute appendicitis (detected in approximately 2% of all types of acute appendicitis). Initially, an appendicular infiltrate is formed, which then either resolves under the influence of conservative therapy, or, despite appropriate treatment, abscesses. The reasons Abscess formation of the appendicular infiltrate (errors in diagnosis, inadequate treatment, late

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Abscess – purulent inflammation of the tissue with the formation of a limited focus of decay. The causative agent of a soft tissue abscess is often staphylo- and streptococcus, with abscesses of other localizations, the nature of the flora depends on the cause of its occurrence (for example, with an appendicular abscess, the causative agent is traditionally

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withdrawal syndrome

Withdrawal syndrome is one of the main signs of chronic alcoholism and drug addiction. It is characterized by a number of somatic and psychological disorders (trembling, sweating, heart palpitations, sleep disturbance, etc.) that occur as a result of a sharp cessation of alcohol (narcotic substances) or a decrease in their doses. Withdrawal syndrome in alcoholics traditionally begins

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Abortion (termination of pregnancy)

In medical terminology, abortion is interpreted as the termination of pregnancy for a period of up to 22 weeks. Abortions are divided into spontaneous (miscarriage) and artificial (surgical or by some other intervention). Also, abortions are early (in case of termination of pregnancy for a period of up to 12 weeks) and late (more than 12 weeks). Unlike

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Abdominal migraine

Abdominal migraine is a disease characterized by diffuse paroxysmal pain in the abdomen, combined with clonic convulsions of the muscles of the anterior abdominal wall. Abdominal pain with abdominal migraine is most common in toddlers and young adults, but is not often detected in adults. Symptoms The pain is intense, diffuse in nature, but sometimes it

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