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Volume 3
Issue 3
Online publication date 2010-09-15
Title The diagnostics of postoperative abscesses of abdominal cavity in children
Author Shukhrat Yusupov
Abstract 85 patients with abscesses of abdominal cavity (AAC) at the age from 5 to 15 years old were observed. 37 (43.5%) patients had unformed and 48 (56.5%) patients had formed intra-abdominal abscesses. Devised methods of complex investigation were used to diagnose postoperative abscesses of the abdominal cavity; they included the index of blood toxicity (IBT) and the index of spontaneous agglomeration leukocytes (ISAL) in combination with dynamic purposeful using of searching ultrasound sonography and clinical signs. The complex diagnostics including ultrasound sonography, indexes of blood toxicity, spontaneous agglomeration of leucocytes and clinical signs can allow us significantly improve the effectiveness of diagnosis of intra-abdominal abscesses in the early stages after surgical operation regarding to appendicular peritonitis (AP) in children and to choose the optimal method of surgical treatment.
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Keywords Children, abscesses, abdominal cavity, diagnostic.
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