Clinical case of successful treatment of abdominal sepsis in the early postoperative period in a soldier after splenectomy



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Abstract

A clinical case of the development of abdominal sepsis in a military man of military age against the background of postoperative hyposplenism is presented. The trigger mechanism was the development of postoperative intestinal paresis and secondary immunodeficiency as a manifestation of hyposрlenism, which ultimately led to bacterial translocation. Difficulties of diagnostics and features of treatment of a developing complication are indicated. The presented clinical case emphasizes the importance of the immune function of the spleen and the problem of studying infectious complications in patients with splenectomy.

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