Retinitis

Introduction

Introduction to retinitis

The majority of Omentits are caused by various inflammations in the abdominal cavity. Common causes such as tuberculous peritonitis, acute appendicitis, acute cholecystitis, acute pelvic inflammatory disease, diverticulitis, and various types of peritonitis can cause the omentum. Inflammation, in severe cases, can form adhesions later, this acute inflammation generally fades with the healing of the primary lesion. In addition, there are unspecific anabolic leukoganitis of unknown cause, also known as non-specific panniculitis.

basic knowledge

Sickness ratio: 0.05%

Susceptible people: no specific population

Mode of infection: non-infectious

Complications: cholecystitis appendicitis acute perforation of stomach and duodenal ulcer

Pathogen

Cause of retinitis

The vast majority are caused by various inflammations in the abdominal cavity. Common causes such as tuberculous peritonitis, acute appendicitis, acute cholecystitis, acute pelvic inflammatory disease, diverticulitis and various types of peritonitis can cause inflammation of the greater omentum. Adhesion can form, and this acute inflammation generally subsides with the healing of the primary lesion. In addition, there is a non-specific necrotizing lipitis of unknown cause, also known as non-specific panniculitis.

Prevention

Retinitis prevention

No special prevention, early treatment should be found early.

Complication

Omentitis complications Complications cholecystitis appendicitis stomach, duodenal ulcer acute perforation

Can be associated with intra-abdominal tissue adhesions, gangrenous cholecystitis, appendicitis perforation, gastroduodenal ulcer perforation and other diseases.

Symptom

Retinal inflammation symptoms Common symptoms Abdominal pain, bloating, nausea, peritonitis, loss of appetite, below the ear line, to the hair...

The various inflammatory diseases that cause retinitis are often more pronounced and have their own characteristics. The main symptom of cholangitis is abdominal pain, mostly chronic abdominal persistent or paroxysmal pain and discomfort, which may be accompanied by digestive disorders such as bloating and loss of appetite. Abdominal pain is mostly in the right abdomen. After adhesions can occur, it can cause abdominal obstruction, abdominal distension and nausea and other incomplete obstruction, and may also have traction in the abdomen. Localized tenderness or tenderness may occur and the border is unclear.

Examine

Retinitis check

X-ray, B-ultrasound, CT.

Diagnosis

Diagnosis of omental inflammation

The diagnosis is difficult, the lighter is mostly covered by the original lesion, the history of peritonitis, the existing abdominal distension, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting and abdominal mass and other obstructive manifestations should be thought of, the auxiliary examination X-ray angiography can be normal, can also Table shows intestinal tube adhesion.

Identification with diseases such as cholecystitis and appendicitis.