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Actinomycosis in coloproctology

[Surgery]
Alexandr Muravyev; Peter Chumakov; Roman Juravel; Konstantin Muravyov; Oksana Vladimirova; Sofia Korablina;

Actinomycosis is a specific chronic infectious disease. Currently, actinomycosis common in about 6.0–7.5 % of patients with inflammatory diseases of pararectal and gluteal areas. There are only a few scientific articles describing the observations of visceral actinomycosis in clinical cases. Descriptions of sacrococcygeal and perianalarea actinomycosis are practically does not occur. The results of examination and treatment the 54 patients with actinomycosis of sacrococcygeal and perianal areas were analyzed. Complex of therapeutic measures for this patients allows for recovery in 95 % of cases and good functional results were taken. Also, we reduced the duration of patient stay in hospital.

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Keywords: actinomycosis, рerianal area, sacrococcygeal region, treatment, immunotherapy


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