phlegmonous


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Related to phlegmonous: phlegmonous gastritis

phleg·mon·ous

(fleg'mon-ŭs),
Denoting phlegmon.

phleg·mon·ous

(fleg'mŏn-ŭs)
Term denoting phlegmon.

phlegmonous

(flĕg′mŏn-ŭs)
Pert. to inflammation of subcutaneous tissues.

phlegmonous

pertaining to or emanating from phlegmon.
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Important reasons for conversion to open cholecystectomy were distorted anatomy, dense adhesions, phlegmonous mass and bleeding.
In this paper we studied the effect on hemostasis of the third peptide fraction obtained from the gallbladder wall of patients who are sick with acute cholecystitis phlegmonous ([OFXG.
A fatal case of phlegmonous colitis in chronic hepatitis C receiving combination interferon and ribavirin therapy.
Different cytokine profiles in patients with a history of gangrenous or phlegmonous appendicitis.
They were widely spread among the group of patients with phlegmonous forms of cholecystitis.
Other, although less common, causes of this finding include inflammatory conditions such as tuberculosis, Crohn's disease, phlegmonous pancreatitis, granulomatous enterocolitis, benign disease (such as desmoid fibroma, extramedullary hematopoiesis, and hemoperitoneum), and malignant disease entities.
The reasons for conversion were technical failure, perforated appendix, general peritonitis, cavum Douglasi abscesses, and gangrenous or phlegmonous appendix, Dr.
Emphysematous gastritis should also be differentiated from phlegmonous gastritis, which is characterized by inflammation of the gastric wall in the absence of intraluminal gas.
Penicillin therapy in acute tonsillitis, phlegmonous tonsillitis and ulcerative tonsillitis.
Inflammation and fibrosis of Calot's triangle was detected in all patients during surgery and a phlegmonous gallbladder was detected in one patient.
The commonest variety of appendix at operation was phlegmonous type (42.
But most reports present results of LChE in catarrhal and/or phlegmonous forms of acute cholecystitis and gangrenous form presents in a small quantity of patients (Mosyagin et al.