Management Of Ascites In The Abdominal Cavity?
In the afternoon … after 1 month I suffered from acsites in the abdominal cavity … When the lab was done on fluid acsites … the results of the lab were … no malignant cells were found … Only a few inflammatory cells were found, consisting of lymphocytes … What was the result of the lab results? the? And what are the causes of acsites I’ve experienced
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Normally, the abdominal cavity is covered by 2 thin membranes that border it with the internal organs. To avoid excessive friction, the fascia between the two membranes is lubricated by a small amount of liquid. In patients with ascites, this lubricant is produced excessively so as to make the stomach swell, and sufferers can feel tightness, vomiting, bloating, easy satiety, sore throat, decreased appetite, and many other complaints depending on the cause.
Most often, ascites occurs due to increased pressure on the veins in the liver. The reason, can be due to problems in the liver itself, such as cirrhosis, or also due to interference with other organs, such as heart, kidney, malignancy, and infection. Seeing from the information you convey, where there are many inflammatory cells and lymphocytes from ascites fluid, then your condition is likely to be related to an infection or malignancy. Although, it does not rule out your condition is also related to other causes as mentioned above.
Not only laboratory tests, several other examinations, for example ultrasound, CT scan, or paracentesis can also be done by doctors in an effort to diagnose the cause of ascites. Without checking you directly, of course we are not authorized to ascertain the cause of your complaint. Our advice, you consult directly with a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine to be given the best treatment according to the cause huh ..
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