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LOCAL PERITONITIS





Category: Digestive Organs

This may come from local injury, but it is usually
secondary to empyema, tuberculosis, or cancer, abscess, perforation of the
stomach or bowel, ulcer, etc.

Symptoms. Onset is usually sudden. There is sudden local pain, increased
by any movements; tenderness, and vomiting; then chills, irregular fever,
sweating, difficult breathing, emaciation.





Next: TREATMENT OF THE ACUTE PERITONITIS

Previous: ACUTE GENERAL PERITONITIS. (Inflammation of the Peritoneum)



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