Biliary peritonitis in cholelithiasis

Arziyev Ismoil, Zafar Kurbaniyazov, Mannon Baratov
2022 International Journal of Health Sciences  
This study aimed to study the causes of bile peritonitis in patients with cholelithiasis treated in 1st clinic of Samar-kand State Medical University. We performed a clinic-based, observational study of patients diagnosed with acute destructive cholecystitis in the 1st Clinic of Samarkand State Medical University. We have observed a significant increase (1.9 times) in the number of operated patients with cholelithiasis in the period 2011-2020 (the number of surgeries was 3801) compared to the
more » ... cade preceding (table 1) (p<0.01). We studied 131 patients with bile peritonitis, which comprised 2,2% of all operated patients with cholelithiasis. Among them, 82 (7,1%) with peritonitis as a complication of acute destructive cholecystitis, and 49 (0,8%) with peritonitis as a complication after cholelithiasis surgery. Among the patients with peritonitis, there were 39 (29.7%) male and 92 (70.3%) female patients with a gender ratio of 1:2.5. Patients aged 60-69 years old - 41 (31,3%) and 50-59 years old - 37 (28,2%) prevailed. 11 (8.4%) patients were aged 70-79 years, 5 (3.9%) over 80 years, 29 (22.1%) 40-49 years and 8 (6.1%) 30-39 years.
doi:10.53730/ijhs.v6ns9.13360 fatcat:v5foew6thvgsnbuf6osr25tdcm