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Diverticular disease



Diverticular disease is based on visible pathological changes in the colon.

Diverticula are formed as a result of weakening of the intestinal wall in the places of passage of blood vessels.

Clinic. With uncomplicated diverticulitis - symptoms of IBS.

In acute diverticulitis, symptoms of irritation of the peritoneum; fever, leukocytosis; acute cramping, often left-sided, abdominal pain; sometimes the admixture of blood in the feces.

Diagnostics. Radiocontrast study (irrigoscopy), endoscopy with biopsy, ultrasound of the abdominal cavity organs, computed tomography.

Treatment.
Treatment of diverticular disease is as follows.

I stage - a diet with ballast substances, swelling agents, treatment of constipation.

II stage - restriction of food intake, parenteral nutrition, antispasmodics and antibiotics; then - a diet rich in ballast substances, swelling agents.

Diverticulitis II stage relapsing and resistant to therapy, as well as diverticulitis III and IV stage with local complications - surgery.

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