ULTRASONOGRAPHIC INVESTIGATION OF ABDOMINAL ORGANS IN PATIENTS, SUFFERING ADHESIVE PERITONEAL DISEASE

  • D. О. Evtushenko Kharkiv National Medical University
Keywords: adhesive peritoneal disease, diagnosis, ultrasonographic investigation

Abstract

Application of ultrasonographic investigation(USGI) extends possibilities of the adhesive peritoneal disease (APD) diagnosis as well as the disease operative access and procedure choice. Apparatus ESAOTЕ MyLabAlpha (Іtaly) was used while examining 290 patients. With the help of USGI APD was revealed in 94.1% of patients, and its conduction in dynamics have permitted to control and determine timely the indications for operative treatment. In patients, suffering dynamic ileus, reconduction of USGI have permitted to avoid the performance of unnecessary relaparotomy. Application of USGI in clinical practice have promoted the APD signs revealing as well as acoustic window for introduction of trocar during performance of miniinvasive intervention.

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Published
2017-11-24
How to Cite
EvtushenkoD. О. (2017). ULTRASONOGRAPHIC INVESTIGATION OF ABDOMINAL ORGANS IN PATIENTS, SUFFERING ADHESIVE PERITONEAL DISEASE. Klinicheskaia Khirurgiia, (10), 8-9. https://doi.org/10.26779/2522-1396.2017.10.08
Section
General Problems of Surgery