It occurs in acute surgical diseases of the abdominal cavity and extraperitoneal localization. May occur with:
1. Acute disease of the stomach and 12 p. Of the intestine. 2. Acute bowel disease. 3. Thrombosis of mesenteric vessels. 4. Acute gallbladder and pancreas disease. 5. Injury to hernia. 6. Closed abdominal injury. 7. Acute peritonitis. 8. Diseases of the female genital area.
9. Urological diseases.
Symptoms and course:Clinically, an acute abdomen is expressed by a number of signs: pain, vomiting, intestinal obstruction, muscle tension in the anterior abdominal wall. Patients with these phenomena should be hospitalized in a hospital, in some cases (most) surgical treatment.
It must be remembered - in order to accurately recognize and choose the right treatment tactics, so as not to complicate the pathological process and not "lubricate" the clinical picture, patients with an "acute abdomen" cannot be until the final diagnosis:
1. Prescribe painkillers.
2. Give laxatives and do cleansing enemas.
3. Flush the stomach.
4. Apply thermal procedures.