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GI Infec(no diarhea)

Facts GI Infections not diarrhea

Clostridum, Bacteriodes, Actinomyces Most common anaerobic isolate in GI abscesses, capsular polysaccharide causing complex abscess
SBP single or poly? Single
SBP pathophysiology? Hematogenous spread of bacteria to the peritoneum
Clinical SBP? Fever, diffuse abdominal pain in a patient with cirhossis and abscess
2ndary peritonitis single or poly? Poly
Clinical symptoms of 2ndary peritonitis Fever, abdominal pain, general and localized
2ndary peritonitis pathophysiology Ruptured viscus spills bacteria into peritoneum
Diverticulus Poly or single? Poly
Diverticulus clinical? Fever, LLQ pain
Pathophysiology diverticulitis? Ruptured diverticula spills colonizing bacteria locally
Proctitis Microbiology? Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Herpes 2, Syphillis,
Proctitis Clinical? Renal Pain, Discharge, Tenesmus
Proctitis Pathophysiology? Innoculation(Anal intercourse)
Created by: villagejoker