Pathology of bacterial liver parenchymal inflammation

2021-01-27 12:00 AM

Neutrophils increased, anaemia, blood sedimentation increased, alkaline phosphatase increased, blood cultures can determine the cause.

An infection of the liver parenchyma and the leaching of polymorphonuclear cells and the eventual macrophages due to necrosis and purulent foci. Bacterial parenchymal hepatocytes can be solitary or multifocal. This is a rare disease mainly in the elderly over 60-70 years old.

Reason

Through the portal vein and white.

Through sepsis.

Germs come directly from open wounds.

Injuries such as bruising, superinfection, and ablation.

Clinical symptoms

Often there is a clinical symptom of primary infection or pathology.

Test

Tests are nonspecific.

Neutrophils increased, anaemia, blood sedimentation increased, alkaline phosphatase increased, blood cultures can determine the cause.

Record:

Ultrasound and CT are valuable for diagnosing drive abscess.

Pus cultures.

Treatment

The most appropriate antibiotic is when the bacteria are identified, combined with pus aspiration or surgery. When there are no results of bacteria, it is necessary to coordinate with Cephalosporin generation III with Aminoglycosides and Metronidazole. Antibiotics, dosage and usage as in the treatment of a hepatobiliary abscess.