Case Studies | Ayurveda | India | Volume 11 Issue 6, June 2022
Management of Secondary Perineal abscess with Impending Fournier's Gangrene by Incision and Drainage with Surgical Debridement in an Operated Case of Perianal Abscess - A Case Report
Dr. Laxmikant S. D. | Dr. Kirthi A. | Dr. Hitesh Dagar | Dr. Himanshi Vats
Abstract: The Anal gland infection is the primary causes for the formation of an Anorectal abscess. They are located in between the internal sphincter and longitudinal muscle of the rectum. Here there is a case of operated perianal abscess, due to the development of septic symptoms and spreading of pus towards perineal region in post operative period then referred to the Higher Allopathic center, they diagnosed as Post Operative Fournier's Gangrene with perianal abscess. Perianal abscess is an surgical emergency procedure. This case underwent Incision and drainage with Surgical Debridement, After 25 days Patient was absolutely fine with healed wound.
Keywords: Perianal Abscess, Systemic Disorder, Fournier's Gangrene, Incision and Drainage with Surgical Debridement
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 6, June 2022,
Pages: 749 - 750
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Dr. Laxmikant S. D., Dr. Kirthi A., Dr. Hitesh Dagar, Dr. Himanshi Vats, "Management of Secondary Perineal abscess with Impending Fournier's Gangrene by Incision and Drainage with Surgical Debridement in an Operated Case of Perianal Abscess - A Case Report", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 11 Issue 6, June 2022, pp. 749-750, https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR22611095924
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