Damage to the stomach is called stomach harm or stomach injury. It can be delegated either limit or infiltrating damage. A harm to the stomach causes huge harm to the stomach organs. Infiltrating injury is connected with cut or discharge wounds. Clinical indications of gruff stomach injury are extremely unpretentious and can at times be missed.
Severe Trauma: Individuals with evident severe trauma to the stomach are directly taken to
the operating theatre by the doctor, since injury is externally evident
Ultrasonography and Computed Tomography: These are done at the bedside of the patient to identify bleeding profusion. It can also help detect injuries to spine, pelvis and associated fractures.
X-ray: X-ray helps in determining the penetrating path of the object in a penetrating trauma and any foreign body existing in the wound in the case of blunt trauma.
Diagnostic peritoneal lavage: This is a technique where a catheter is placed in the peritoneal cavity and emptied of any fluid present and then examined for blood and foreign material.
Laparoscopic surgery is also called minimally invasive surgery (MIS)
Surgery of the esophagus is conducted for perforation
Surgery on the small intestine is one of the most frequently done
Collection of pus in the liver is a common occurrence
Colorectal surgery is required for disorders of the colon, rectum
Pancreaticoduodenectomy (Whipple Procedure)
Individuals suffering from morbid obesity undergo gastric bypass
Gallbladder stones are an extremely common disorder
Metabolic and bariatric surgery is the treatment of morbid
GI Bleeding is an emergency. Patients present with massive
The portal venous system comprises of the portal vein