TRANSCUTANEOUS PUNCTURE DRAINING OF THE LIQUID ACCUMULATIONS IN RETROPERITONEAL CELLULAR TISSUE IN PURULENT—SEPTIC COMPLICATIONS OF AN ACUTE PANCREATITIS
The results of miniinvasive transcutaneous interventions for purulent—septic complications of pancreonecrosis are presented. The computeric tomography (CT) and the ultrasound investigation data where compared while choosing of transcutaneous access towards purulent focus. Peculiar attention was drawn to searching of extraperitoneal trajectory for the drain conduction way. The drains were installed, using a one—staged method with a stylet catheters, owing 10 — 12 Fr in diameter, or a two—staged one. While comparing various methods of treatment of the pancreonecrosis purulent—septic complications there was established efficacy of miniinvasive interventions, performed for pancreatogenic abscesses and relatively delimited purulent foci in retroperitoneal cellular tissue.