Comparative study between conventional port closure technique and 5 mm trocar technique in laparoscopic surgeries.

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      The objective of this study was to evaluate the clinicopathological characteristics in ileal perforations because of confusion and controversy over the diagnosis and optimal surgical treatment of terminal ileal perforation - a cause of obscure peritonitis. Perforation of terminal ileum is a cause for obscure peritonitis with severe toxic state, there may be obscured clinical features with resultant delays in diagnosis and adequate surgical intervention. Hollow viscus perforation leading to peritonitis is one of the commonest emergency surgeries conducted in a surgical practice for a case of acute abdomen. It is the second most common cause for acute abdomen following appendicitis. Perforation as a cause of acute abdomen accounts for 30-40% of the total cases of acute abdomen presenting to a surgical emergency. Among the cases of hollow viscus perforation duodenal and gastric perforations are the commonest accounting to almost 60-80% in some series, followed by ileal, appendicular and large bowel. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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