liver abscess

Liver Abscess

Liver abscess is a limited cavity located in the liver and filled with pus. Develops as a result of other diseases or primary lesions. It is manifested by pain in the right hypochondrium, fever, jaundice of the skin. The diagnosis is made by collecting anamnesis, examination, ultrasound of the liver, the use of auxiliary research…

intestinal abscess

Intestinal Abscess

Intestinal abscess is a purulent lesion of the intestinal wall, which is a consequence of the transition of the purulent-inflammatory process from nearby organs or lymphogenic or hematogenic spread of infection from other foci. The disease can occur with rapidly developing symptoms, hyperthermia, severe pain syndrome against the background of a severe general condition or…

abscess of douglas space

Abscess of Douglas space

Abscess of Douglas space is an encapsulated purulent focus located in the utero-rectal (rectal-vesicular) recess of the pelvis. The clinic is characterized by nonspecific manifestations (intoxication, febrile fever, chills) and local symptoms (pain in the lower abdomen, dysuric phenomena, frequent urge to defecate). Diagnosis includes rectal and vaginal (in women) examination, pelvic ultrasound, CT, puncture…

abdominal abscess

Abdominal Abscess

Abdominal abscess is a limited abscess in the abdominal cavity enclosed in a pyogenic capsule. The features of the clinic depend on the localization and size of the purulent focus; common manifestations of abdominal abscess are pain and local tension of the abdominal muscles, fever, intestinal obstruction, nausea, etc. Diagnosis of an abscess includes an…

aberrant pancreas

Aberrant pancreas

Aberrant pancreas is a heterotopy of pancreatic glandular tissue in the wall of the stomach, intestines or other abdominal organs. The anomaly is characterized by scant clinical manifestations with a predominance of dyspeptic disorders. Complicated forms of pathology manifest as a symptom complex of “acute abdomen”, gastrointestinal hemorrhages. Diagnostics is based on instrumental methods: ultrasound,…