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Diverticular disease



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

Diverticula are formed as a result of the weakening of the intestinal wall at the points where the vessels pass.

Clinic. With uncomplicated diverticulitis - symptoms of IBS.

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

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

Treatment.
Treatment of diverticular disease is as follows.

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

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

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

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