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Accumulation Of Fluid In The Peritoneal Cavity
Cul-De-Sac: Inflammatory fluid in the peritoneal cavity collects in the cul-de-sac between the uterus and rectum in women and between the posterior of the bladder and the rectum in men. It is the continuation of the peritoneal lining in this most dependent of areas that allows fluid to collect there. ...Read more
How does having gas/food in the peritoneal cavity feel like? Would you get sick immediately, what damage is possible? Could you get foul smelling gas?
Big problem: If air or food enters the peritoneal cavity from a perforation of the intestine, whil some people may wall off the area and do ok, this is typically a life threatening situation whereby you would become sick over a period of hours, developing severe abdominal pain that is constant, and worse when you move around. If you think you have this, please go to an emergency room asap. ...Read more
Had a HSG done and they said i had bilateral spillage into the peritoneal cavity is that good or bad?
?? They should: Have explained that was good assuming it was normal spillage which i assume it was, and u should always ask you doc if u do not understand. ...Read more
Gas and a small amount offluid that could be a small abscess in the deep subcu tissues above peritoneal cavity. Could this b the cause of severe pain?
Had a HSG done report said I have a normal fallopian tube caliber that there apears to be bilateral spillage into the peritoneal cavity what that mean
normal report: Appears that both fallopian tubes are open. That is a normal report. The dr. That ordered the test will discuss all your findings with you. ...Read more
If you had a very small hole in stomach and gas leaked through it into the peritoneal cavity, could the smell of the gas escape thru pores in the skin?
If there is an active source of infection within the peritoneal cavity, and it was treated with antibiotics, can symptoms go away and recur later?
See below: Yes it can it depends somewhat on the original cause of the infection but if the underlying cause has not gone away certainly the infection can recur. ...Read more
My uncle dx cancer in abdom cavity- is that the same as peritoneal? What can be done for it? Can it be cured or is it terminal
Stomach cancer also in abdomin cavity. Is that the same as peritoneal cancer? What treatment is available and what's prognosis?
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