Ascites - Resection FLAC album
Опубликовано: 31 дек. 2017 г. Refractory ascites and sbp - complications of ascites Useful for the medical.
In medicine, specifically gastroenterology, the Child–Pugh score (or the Child–Turcotte–Pugh score or Child Criteria) is used to assess the prognosis of chronic liver disease, mainly cirrhosis. Although it was originally used to predict mortality during surgery, it is now used to determine the prognosis, as well as the required strength of treatment and the necessity of liver transplantation.
Chylous ascites is a clinical state characterized by the. accumulation of chyle in the peritoneal cavity primarily. caused by diseases affecting the abdominal or retroperitoneal. Postoperative chylous ascites (PCA) is a very. rare complication caused by unobserved interruption of the. major retroperitoneal lymphatic channels and by formation. The increasing incidence of PCA development during. abdominal surgery, especially after resection of giant. adrenal masses, has highlighted the need to prevent this. postoperative condition.
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Resection is a method for determining an unknown position (position finding) measuring angles with respect to known positions. Measurements can be made with a compass and topographic map (or nautical chart), Theodolite or with a total station using known points of a Geodetic network or landmarks of a map. Resection and its related method, intersection, are used in surveying as well as in general land navigation (including inshore marine navigation using shore-based landmarks).
Chylous ascites is an extremely rare complication of abdominal aortic surgery. We report on a case of chyloperitoneum following resection of aortic aneurysm. The diagnosis of lymphatic tear was confirmed by paracentesis which revealed milky fluid characterized by very high content of triglicerydes. Conservative management with a low-fat diet and diuretics resulted in a successful outcome.
Liver resection has been infrequently reported as a cause of chylous ascites. We report a case of chylous ascites developing after laparotomy and right lobe liver resection, which was diagnosed early and managed conservatively with minimal morbidity. The key lies in awareness of the condition, early diagnosis, and aggressive management with nutritional support. Chylous ascites Liver resection. 1. Lesser GT, Bruno MS (1970) Chylous ascites. Arch Intern Med 25:1073–1077CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Postoperative chylous ascites (PCA) is a rare clinical state that occurs during abdominal surgery. Despite its rarity, the need to diagnose and treat PCA is increasing in importance with the increased number of wide resections and lymph node dissections being performed and the serious consequences of treatment.
Chylous ascites specifically after anterior resection for rectal cancer has not been documented in the literature thus far. All previously reported postoperative chylous ascites developed in other types of malignancies and were diagnosed within a few days of surgery. Chylous ascites is an uncommon postoperative complication of gynecological surgery. We report a case of chylous ascites following a robotic lymph node dissection for a cervical carcinoma.
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