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  • Peritonitis
  • If the cause of the disease is obscure (examples are free air in the abdominal cavity and physical signs of peritonitis), the benefits include (1) diagnosis of the cause of the perforation ( Table 1 ) , and (2) identification of its location in the abdomen ( Table 1 ) . (blogs.com)
  • Abdominal
  • In 1990, however, a little-known alteration in the fundamental approach to the treatment of patients with abdomino-pelvic surgical operative disease rapidly infiltrated the abdominal surgery armamentarium-that being, laparoscopy. (blogs.com)
  • bowel disease
  • In the general practice of medicine, bowel disease that occurs adjacent to the bladder and erupts into it is the most common cause of misconnection of the two systems. (medscape.com)
  • small
  • 1) distended small bowel (ileus), (2) peritoneal phlegmon, (3) fixation (fusion) of tissues and organs to each other by phlegmon, thus obscuring other organs, anatomic landmarks, and the disease itself. (blogs.com)
  • anyone
  • Has anyone out there had trouble with their sigmoid before, and was and can anything be done at all before it is all taken away?Eg Steriod enemas, strictureplasty anything at all? (healingwell.com)