Appendicitis – pain attacks
The diagnostics of appendicitis is not very difficult. It is necessary to apply for admission to a competent doctor. Symptoms of chronic and acute appendicitis are very different.
The symptoms and mechanism of developing the disease
The most frequent cases of attacks of pain can be observed in acute appendicitis. Often the chronic form of appendicitis is asymptomatic. Acute appendicitis occurs as a result of blockage of the lumen of the cecum. In the intestine there is stagnation of blood and lymph. Cecum increases in size. It is causes of painful symptoms. In the intestinal lumen secretes mucus. In this case, suffer overall health.
- The pathological process starts very quickly. This can lead to perforation of the cecum. In the lumen of the intestine increases the pressure of feces on the intestinal wall. This causes mechanical trauma to tissues and disturbance of the microflora in the caecum and the intestine. This process leads to the blockage of large and small vessels of the intestinal wall.
- Stop the circulation of blood in the vessels completely, lead to the begins of process of necrosis. It mechanically damages the tissue and leads to the violation of the microflora in the caecum and the intestine. Intestinal microflora moves in necrotic tissue.
- The process of purulent inflammation of the cecum begins. Hope for the self-termination this process is impossible. Upon rupture of the cecum infection enters the abdominal cavity and causes peritonitis and sepsis. It may cause to the appearance of emergency and can lead to death. Suppurative appendicitis treats only the surgeon on the operating table.
- Preventive measures
So, if you often experience unexplained pain in the abdomen, you need to refer to specialists to exclude appendicitis. Oddly, the obstruction of the fecaliths is the most common cause among hospitalization of patients with appendicitis. An appendiceal fecaliths often found in complicated appendicitis.
You should not expose your health in danger. Much easier and cheaper to pass an annual examination to identify chronic diseases, including chronic infections in the abdominal cavity.