Pathomorphological specific characteristics of inner organs at extended peritonitis as complication of the large intestine cancer

  • I. Ya. Gushul
  • O. I. Ivashchuk
  • I. S. Davydenko
  • D. P. Bevz
Keywords: large intestine cancer, acute extended peritonitis

Abstract

The results of pathomorphological investigation of the liver, kidney and lung of the dead patients with acute extended peritonitis, which arose as complication of the large intestine cancer after operative intervention are presented in the article. It has been established that acute extended peritonitis which arose against a background of the malignant formation of the large intestine, is characterized by the evident oedema of the hepatic and renal tissue, glomerulus collapse and congestion of the vessels of microcirculatory bloodstream of the latter, as well as larger area of the damaged respiratory parts of the pulmonary tissue by hydropic tissue, erythrocytes.

Published
2017-10-27
How to Cite
Gushul, I. Y., Ivashchuk, O. I., Davydenko, I. S., & Bevz, D. P. (2017). Pathomorphological specific characteristics of inner organs at extended peritonitis as complication of the large intestine cancer. Reports of Morphology, 22(1), 25-28. Retrieved from https://morphology-journal.com/index.php/journal/article/view/219
Section
ORIGINAL INVESTIGATIONS