pyoperitoneum

pyoperitoneum

 [pi″o-per″ĭ-to-ne´um]
pus in the peritoneal cavity.

py·o·per·i·to·ne·um

(pī'ō-per'i-tō-nē'ŭm),
An accumulation of pus in the peritoneal cavity.
Synonym(s): pyocelia
[G. pyon, pus]

py·o·per·i·to·ne·um

(pī'ō-per'i-tŏ-nē'ŭm)
An accumulation of pus in the peritoneal cavity.
[G. pyon, pus]
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She had history of exploratory laparotomy two years prior for tubercular pyoperitoneum. She completed her course of antitubercular medication and remained asymptomatic in the intervening period (around 10 months).
The common causes of PAS were urinary tract infection (80%), followed by chorioamnionitis (10%), endometritis (5%) and peritonitis, along with pyoperitoneum (5%).
Surgical site infection (SSI) was present in three (10%) patients (two in conversion and one had port site infection following laparoscopic drainage of pyoperitoneum following bile leak after T-tube removal).
Bile leak leading to pyoperitoneum was present in one of our patients following T-tube removal at the end of 3rd week.
Data collected include patient demographics, site and size of perforation, amount of pyoperitoneum interval before presentation, and type of surgery performed as well as treatment and outcome.
An emergency exploratory laparotomy was performed and around two liters of pyoperitoneum was removed.
The incidence of pyoperitoneum are common with late presentation 10 patient (33.3%, Table 5)
In TAH, the youngest was 21 years, with tubo -ovarian mass and pyoperitoneum; history revealed laparotomy at 15 years of age for cryptomenorrhea and maldeveloped uterus.
2 had ileocolic intussusception and other 2 showed had pyoperitoneum.