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373 Possible Causes for Retroperitoneal Abscess

  • Acute Pancreatitis

    […] sterile or infected) Peripancreatic fat necrosis Haemorrhagic pancreatitis Pancreatic pseudocyst* (pancreatic fluid surrounded by a wall of fibrous or granulation tissue) Abscess[] (which present 4 to 6 wks after initial onset) Peripancreatic / extrapancreatic – irregular pancreatic outline, obliterated peripancreatic fat, retroperitoneal edema, fluid[] […] and pleural) Portal venous thrombosis and portal hypertension Systemic venous thrombosis Pseudoaneurysm (aorta, splenic, or gastroduodenal arteries) Massive haemorrhage (retroperitoneal[]

  • Retrocecal Appendicitis

    A retroperitoneal abscess was diagnosed 5 days later, by computed tomography.[] The formation of retroperitoneal abscesses involving psoas muscle have been reported mostly in adult patients [ 15 - 18 ].[] Retroperitoneal perforation of the appendix presenting as right thigh abscess. Int Surg 2002;87:61-4. [ PUBMED ] 2.[]

  • Duodenal Diverticulum

    The authors report a case of an extended retroperitoneal abscess that developed secondarily after a duodenal diverticulum perforation.[] abscesses.[] abscess.[]

  • Renal Abscess

    […] drainage, see 44900 [appendiceal abscess], 49020 [peritoneal abscess or localized peritonitis], 49040 [subdiaphragmatic or subphrenic abscess], 49060 [retroperitoneal abscess[] Abscesses in retroperitoneal organs, and specifically renal abscesses are rare complications of staphylococcal bacteremia in children as compared to osteomyelitis, or septic[] Synonyms Perirenal abscess Renal abscess Renal and perinephric abscess Retroperitoneal abscess Index to Diseases and Injuries References found for the code N15.1 in the Index[]

  • Retroperitoneal Hematoma

    This case illustrates the diagnostic problems encountered in a patient with posttraumatic retroperitoneal abscess caused by perforation of the posterior wall of the cecum,[] A 57-year-old diabetic man presented with bacteremia with retroperitoneal abscess and pleural effusion caused by C. meningosepticum on the 12th day of hospitalization.[] abscess K68.11 Postprocedural retroperitoneal abscess K68.12 Psoas muscle abscess K68.19 Other retroperitoneal abscess K68.9 Other disorders of retroperitoneum K70 Alcoholic[]

  • Retroperitoneal Abscess

    Perforated bowel or diseases of the retroperitoneal organs may be complicated by retroperitoneal abscess formation.[] Retroperitoneal abscesses are unusual occurrences with occult and insidious presentations.[] Retroperitoneal abscesses must be considered in the differential diagnosis of abdominal masses in the new born.[]

  • Penetrating Abdominal Trauma

    Internal hemorrhage may be intraperitoneal or retroperitoneal.[] Delayed consequences of abdominal injury include Hematoma rupture Intra-abdominal abscess Bowel obstruction or ileus Biliary leakage and/or biloma Abdominal compartment syndrome[]

  • Abdominal Visceral Abscess

    Abstract This review describes the microbiology, diagnosis, and management of intra-abdominal abscesses (including subphrenic, hepatic, splenic, and retroperitoneal abscesses[] […] was the major cause of retroperitoneal abscesses.[] Special Features  Subphrenic Abscess  Paracolic abscess  Pelvic abscessRetroperitoneal Abscess 14. Diagnostic tests Xray CT Scan USG Scan MRI 15.[]

  • Peritoneal Abscess

    […] drainage, see 44900 [appendiceal abscess], 49020 [peritoneal abscess or localized peritonitis], 49040 [subdiaphragmatic or subphrenic abscess], 49060 [retroperitoneal abscess[] Intraperitoneal and retroperitoneal abscesses can develop as a result of appendicitis, diverticulitis, necrotizing enterocolitis, pancreatitis, pelvic inflammatory disease[] We believe the patient,with these dangerous factors easily involved to infectious disease,developed retroperitoneal abscess following chronic pyelonephritis.[]

  • Perinephric Abscess

    An understanding of the anatomy of the retroperitoneal space is essential for classification, diagnosis, and management of renal and retroperitoneal abscesses .[] abscess Pelvic abscess Combined retroperitoneal and pelvic abscess Lٍٍocalized musculoskeletal abscess Pathophysiology Pathogenesis A retroperitoneal abscess is usually secondary[] […] drainage, see 44900 [appendiceal abscess], 49020 [peritoneal abscess or localized peritonitis], 49040 [subdiaphragmatic or subphrenic abscess], 49060 [retroperitoneal abscess[]

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