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A Clinical Study of Periappendiceal Abscess

대한대장항문학회지 1997년 13권 2호 p.215 ~ 221
김동환 ( Kim Dong-Hwan ) - 마산삼성병원 외과

정우식 ( Jung Woo-Shik ) - 마산삼성병원 외과
류성열 ( Ryu Sung-Ryul ) - 마산삼성병원 외과
장태수 ( Jang Tae-Soo ) - 마산삼성병원 외과


This is a clinical analysis and review of one-hundred ninety-four patients with periappendiceal abscesses who were treated at the Departmeat of Surgery,ㆍMasan Samsung Hospital over a ten year period from January 1985 to December 1994. The following results were obtained. The incidence of periappendiceal abscesses was 7.24% of the total cases of appendicitis operated on during the same period, and most of the patients(43.8%) were over fifty years old. The male to female ratio was 1:1.02. 41.2% of the patients had operations within four days after their symptoms occurred. On
admission, the most common physical finding was tenderness on the right lower quadrant of the abdomen (92.9%) and leukocytosis(≥ 10,000/mm3) was noted on CBC in 82% of the patients. Abdominal sonograms revealed periappendiceal abscesses in 88% of the patients, 83% were revealed with barium enema and 88% with abdominal CT scan. Many patients(75.5%) visited the local clinic and were treated under the diagnosis of gastritis or enteritis instead of appendicitis. One-hundred eighty-three patients(94.3%) had appendectomies with drainages(94.3%), two patients had drainages of abscesses without appendectomy, six patients had ileocecal resections and three patients had right hemicolectomies. Microbiologically, E. coli was the most frequently cultured species(63%) from abscess, and Klebsiella, Enterococcus and Proteus were isolated in some cases. Postoperative complication occurred in seventy-five patients(38.6%) and the most frequent complication was wound infection(28.8%). There was no mortality and the mean hospital stay was fifteen days.


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