Definition Causes of liver abscess

Definition Causes of liver abscess

The analogue of liver abscess

Pus in the alarmist is an breadth abounding with pus in the liver. There are abounding abeyant causes of liver abscess include:

* Abdomen infections such as appendicitis, diverticulitis, or abdominal perforation

* Blood Infection

* Infection of the alarmist beard (biliary) tract

* Trauma to the liver-damaging

The best accepted bacilli that account liver abscess are:

* Bacteroides Bacteroides

* Enterococcus Enterococcus

* Escherichia coli

* Klebsiella Klebsiella

* Staphylococcus Staphylococcus

* Streptococcus Streptococcus

Symptoms of alarmist abscess

* Dark-colored urine

* Fever, chills

* Loss of appetite

* Nausea, vomiting

* Pain in the high appropriate belly (more common) or in the abdomen (less common)

* Intentional weight loss

* Weakness

* Yellow bark (jaundice)


Treatment usually consists of anaplasty or assimilation through the bark with a aggravate or tube to cesspool the abscess. Along with this procedure, patients are accustomed abiding antibacterial analysis (usually 4-6 weeks). Sometimes antibiotics abandoned can not cure the infection.