Phlegmonous


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Phleg´mon`ous


a.1.Having the nature or properties of phlegmon; as, phlegmonous pneumonia.
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In the differential diagnosis of upper gut GvHD, nauseating drugs, the effects of the conditioning regimen, herpes virus, Helicobacter pylori, and phlegmonous gastritis are important, whereas in lower gut GvHD, the effects of the conditioning regimen, viral infections (e.g., CMV, adenovirus, etc.), bacterial infections (Clostridium difficile, etc.), parasitic infections (Giardia lamblia, Cryptosporidia, etc.) and drugs should be considered (14,15).
The scoring presented in the study was reported to be associated with operating time, intensive care requirement, and length of hospital stay; however, it was not related to complication rate or the rate of conversion to open surgery.15 Similarly, Borzellino et al., described the criteria for the differential diagnosis of gangrenous and phlegmonous cholecystitis in AC cases.
Hence, an extensive and phlegmonous craniocervical infection originating from the area of the superior cervical ganglion was diagnosed.
(b) Axial T1 fat-saturated postcontrast image demonstrates central hypoenhancement correlating with T2 hyperintense phlegmonous collection (c).
Although a part of the patient's left lower leg appeared slightly red in the operating room, we mistakenly assumed that the presence of mild phlegmonous changes was not associated with the abdominal cavity findings.
Elevated serum bilirubin levels in acute appendicitis can either appear as a result of bacteraemia or endotoxinaemia, both possible in the catarrhal and phlegmonous forms as well as in the gangrenous or perforated ones.
It was phlegmonous from the tip of the appendix and joined through retroperitoneum to the liver capsule (Figure 3).
Operative findings showed a contained perforation of a phlegmonous appendicitis with purulent ascites, and appendectomy was performed.
Frequencies of acutely inflamed, gangrenous and perforated appendix among 130 female patients admitted for acute appendicitis Appendix Frequency % Non-inflamed 27 20.8 Phlegmonous 68 52.3 Gangrenous 19 14.6 Perforated 16 12.3 Total 130 100.0 Table 3.
At the hospital, the patient's CT results found phlegmonous appendicitis (see Figures 2 and 3).
Based on the pathology results, data was divided into 3 groups: uncomplicated AA (uncomplicated; AA without peritonitis or phlegmonous appendicitis); complicated appendicitis (perforated, plastrone, necrotising appendicitis and appendicitis with peritonitis); and non-appendicitis (normal appendix, and reactive lymph node hyperplasia) cases.