Infezioni necrotizzanti dei tessuti molli come unica manifestazione clinica di perforazione colica retroperitoneale


COD: 2001_02_227-232 Categorie: ,

T. Piardi, F. Biasca, F. Giampaoli, M. Ghedi, G. Faini, A. Pouchè

Ann. Ital. Chir., LXXII, 2, 2001

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Necrotizing infections are rapidly progressive potentially lethal bacterial diseases of the soft tissues. In based on the widely varying levels of soft tissues affected and the variety of the microflora, two types of necrotizing soft tissue infec – tions need to be delineated: pure Chlostridial myonecrosis and other necrotizing soft tissue infections (NSTI). From an etiopathogenetic point of view NSTI can be secondary to perianal or urogenital abscesses, traumatic lesions, wound infections, trophic or decubitus ulcers, oral cavity abscesses; only in a limited number of cases their origin can be idiopathic.