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743 Possible Causes for Pelvic Abscess

  • Appendicitis

    “The reason we take the appendix out and do it as an emergency is the belief, dating back to 1886, that the appendix will eventually become gangrenous and cause a pelvic abscess[] In 30% of cases where the appendix has become gangrenous, recovery is complicated by abdominal/pelvic abscess formation.[]

  • Abdominal Actinomycosis

    Differential diagnosis was difficult, as it was not obvious whether this was a pelvic abscess due to inflammation or appendiceal carcinoma. Laparotomy was performed.[] Other findings: indurated pelvic fat pelvic free fluid pelvic abscess hydronephrosis wider Intra-abdominal extension: mainly through contiguous spread formation of tubo-ovarian[] An abdominal CT scan and a sonogram revealed 2 pelvic abscesses, the largest of which was 3.3 cm, with a fistulae to the bladder.[]

  • Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

    Inflammation of the upper genital tract causes pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), which may be complicated by pelvic abscesses, such as pyosalpinx and tubo-ovarian abscess[] Her clinical course worsened, and exploratory surgery revealed a right tuboovarian abscess with multiple loculated pelvic abscesses.[] The median diameter of the pelvic abscess pocket on preoperative imaging was 4.5 cm (range, 2.6-15 cm).[]

  • Abdominal Visceral Abscess

    Pelvic abscess Pelvic abscesses car occur secondary to the same conditions that cause intra-peritoneal abscesses if the pus and fluid tracks downwards into the pelvis.[] Pelvic abscess: Pelvic abscesses is due to similar conditions that cause intro-peritoneal abscesses, it is also caused by gynecological infections.[] […] of peritoneum Abscess, abdominal Abscess, abdominal- pelvic Abscess, mesenteric Abscess, mid-abdominal Abscess, omentum Abscess, peritoneal Abscess, retrocecal Abscess, subdiaphragmatic[]

  • Diverticular Abscess

    However, deep pelvic abscesses are not always amenable for transabdominal drainage as the pelvic bones, intestine, bladder, iliac vessels and gynecologic organs may preclude[] abscess) and chest symptoms (subphrenic) e.g. hiccuping, pleuritic pain A tender, hot mass may (or may not) be palpable on examination CT scan and/or ultrasound should be[] Abscess location was pelvic (n 9) and paracolic (n 23), the mean abscess size was 4.2 cm, and the median duration of percutaneous drainage was 20 days.[]

  • Diverticulitis of the Colon

    Operative options PERCUTANEOUS DRAINAGE OF DIVERTICULAR ABSCESSES With a confined pericolic or pelvic abscess, CT- or ultrasound-guided percutaneous drainage is helpful ([] The clinical features of perforation range from peridiverticulitis and small pericolic abscesses to large intra-abdominal or pelvic abscesses and purulent or faecal peritonitis[] Uncontrolled sepsis Abdominal or pelvic abscess (unless CT scan-guided aspiration is possible) Fistula formation Intestinal obstruction Failing medical therapy Immunocompromised[]

  • Chronic Appendicitis

    Ultrasound of the abdominal cavity - the detection of an abscess or cysts of the appendix, the exclusion of pathology of the pelvic organs, etc.[] Complication Complications of chronic appendicitis Complications peritonitis abscess A small number of complications due to lack of time or body resistance and complications[] […] and the possibility of recurrence is great, will be repeated, or do not call it chronic appendicitis, and can also be relapsed during pregnancy , Can lead to gynecological pelvic[]

  • Partial Intestinal Obstruction

    These materials should not be used to wrap intestinal anastomosis because this practice causes increased rates of leak, fistula formation, peritonitis, abscess, and sepsis[] In patients that will receive postoperative pelvic radiation therapy, placement of a pelvic "sling" at the time of laparotomy may hold the small bowel in the upper abdomen[]

  • Lactobacillus Casei

    abscesses, meningitis, and pneumonia.[] […] rarely considered a pathogen but have been reported to cause bacteremia with or without endocarditis among other infections including vertebral osteomyelitis , liver or pelvic[]

  • Breast Abscess

    […] dental pulp. parotid abscess An abscess of the parotid gland. pelvic abscess An abscess of the pelvic peritoneum, esp. in the pouch of Douglas.[] Synonym: peripancreatic abscess parietal abscess A periodontal abscess arising in the periodontal tissue other than the orifice through which the vascular supply enters the[] It may arise as a complication of a sexually transmitted disease or diverticulitis. perianal abscess An abscess of the skin around the anus.[]

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