A STUDY OF CLINICAL PRSENTATION AND MANAGEMENT OF 52 CASES PERFORATIVE PERITONITIS AND THEIR EVALUATION WITH RESPECT TO SOCIODEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS
|Submitted by :||DR HEMENDRA KUMAR|
|University:||PEOPLE’S UNIVERSITY, BHOPAL, MADHYA PRADESH|
|Supervisor's Name :||DR. KULWANT SINGH|
|Year of award :||2015|
|Awards :||MASTER IN SURGERY (M. S.)|
In the series, 52 cases of perforation peritonitis were studied during the period from November 2012 to November 2014 at PEOPLE’S COLLEGE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES &RESEARCH CENTRE BHOPAL, INDIA.
Duodenal ulcer perforation was the most common cause of perforation in perforative peritonitis, next commonest was appendicular perforation followed by enteric perforation. Colonic perforations are rare. Duodenal ulcer perforation was more common in the 50 years and above age group.
The highest number of patients was seen in the age group 40 years and above, irrespective of the pathological conditions.
Perforation was more cmmon in male than female. 82.7% male & 17.3% female.
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- REVIEW OF LITERATURE
- Qualitative Analysis
- Ethical considrations
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