peritonitis

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Synonyms for peritonitis

inflammation of the peritoneum

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Generalized peritonitis secondary to typhoid ileal perforation: Assessment of severity using modified APACHE II score.
The perforation was well plugged around the drain in stomach and hence generalized peritonitis was avoided in the presence of gastric perforation.
In our case, rapid development of the symptoms and signs of generalized peritonitis hinted at chemical peritonitis, which was subsequently confirmed by our observations during exploratory laparotomy.
Small bowel perforation complicating the open treatment of generalized peritonitis," Arch.
Laparoscopic peritoneal lavage for generalized peritonitis due to perforated diverticulitis.
Generalized peritonitis in elderly women is a serious condition and finding an etiology is usually a challenge for surgeons.
Spontaneous perforation of pyometra presenting as generalized peritonitis in a patient with cervical cancer.
Stump appendicitis and generalized peritonitis due to incomplete appendectomy.
0 Acute appendicitis with generalized peritonitis * appendicitis (acute) with: * perforation * peritonitis (generalized) (localized) following rupture or perforation * rupture K35.
Fetal loss may occur in association with preterm labor and delivery or with generalized peritonitis and sepsis, and occurs only rarely in uncomplicated appendicitis.
Effect of recombinant tissue plasminogen activator on intra-abdominal abscess formation in rats with generalized peritonitis.
With regard to spread of peritonitis, 105 patients were found with generalized peritonitis and 45 with localized peritonitis; 67% survivors (92/137) had generalized peritonitis and 33% (45/137) had localized peritonitis.
Presence of shock and other indications of internal hemorrhage, generalized peritonitis, leakage of intestinal contents or visible intestinal loops were considered strong indications for urgent laparotomy.
In the present case, due to an unstable preoperative condition and generalized peritonitis, further radiological examinations were not performed, and straightaway, an exploratory laparotomy was done.
Large abscesses, in association with signs of generalized peritonitis, uncontrolled sepsis, or intestinal perforation, require surgical intervention, either via laparoscopy or open laparotomy.
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