perihepatitis


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perihepatitis

[¦per·ē‚hep·ə′tīd·əs]
(medicine)
Inflammation of the peritoneum and tissues surrounding the liver.
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On post mortem examination, typical picture of septicaemia and a polyserositis were evident, involving a characteristic pericarditis with a distended pericardial sac and perihepatitis. Within few days of oral inoculation, Salmonella Enteritidis strain was isolated from each inoculated chicken and confluent growth of the inoculated organism was obtained following plating out the fluid from the pericardial sac, while no bacteria were isolated from negative control group.
Clinical manifestations of STD, for example, Chlamydia range from Urethritis, Epididymitis, Orchitis, Infertility in men to Cervicitis, Endometritis, Salpingitis, PID, infertility and Perihepatitis in women; and untreated STDs that display such manifestations are often fatal.
Interestingly, deceased birds from group G had also developed mild perihepatitis and pericarditis with heavy bacterial loads in the internal organs.
The most common manifestations associated with the clinical presentation of colibacillosis are airsacculitis, perihepatitis, pericarditis, salpingitis, omphalitis, coligranuloma, cellulitis, swollen head syndrome, and sepsis [2, 3].
(fallopian tube inflammation), * It is estimated pelvic inflammatory that up to 40% of disease, women with an about infertility, preterm untreated infection rupture of membranes will develop pelvic during pregnancy inflammatory disease ('waters breaking' (PID) and that one too soon), in four women with perihepatitis PID will develop (inflammation of the infertility.
We should recognize, however, that gonorrhea also can cause prominent extra-pelvic findings, such as severe pharyngitis (in patients who practice orogenital intercourse) and perihepatitis (Fitz-Hugh-Curtis syndrome).
The first case of gonococcal perihepatitis in a male was reported by Kimball and Knee in 1970 (6).