The intestinal parasites are usually divided into four major parts, these germs and infections that cause infection in different parts of the body. Viruses, bacteria, protozoans and parasites Of these, the virus is highly microscopic organisms, which can spread only through entering into other cells. Bacteria are microscopic single-organisms that do not have well-formed nuclei. The protozoans are the unilateral microscopic organisms that contain well-formed nuclei in cells and parasite (or parasites) are multicellular micro organisms that live only with biological organisms from other organisms.
Liver Absence – Liver Abscess
In other parts of our body, such germs and parasites can be damaged by infection by our liver and gallbladder. The liver may be affected by various viruses, bacteria and protozoans. However, the most common (common) cause of infection is – hepatitis virus. Because these viruses have a special interest in the liver cells, they are called Hepatotific Virus. Note that the word hepato comes from the Greek word ‘hiper’. Which means the liver. We know, the liver inflammation associated with hepatitis virus can be short-term and long-term. Also, short-term inflammation can lead to hepatic failos and long-term inflammation, cirrhosis and cancer. Hepatitis is very common due to viral inflammation, public awareness and writing are more common. But apart from the virus, bacteria, protozoans and parasites can be affected by the liver. In the above article, we will try to learn about some such liver infections, its symptoms and diagnosis and its treatment.
Liver boil or liver abs
Normally the bacteria can not enter the liver. However, if the gastroenteris and bilectal infection are in place, the germ can enter the liver directly from the place called the portal vene. Also, bacteria can also enter the liver as a side effect in treating bacteria and therapies through various surgical procedures. If the bacteria enter one or more places in the liver, begin to reproduce the affected liver cells. If this happens, then the body’s immune system becomes active and it begins to send various types of white blood cells to destroy the bacteria. Numerous white blood cells cover the colonies of the bacteria and destroy bacteria with various chemical ingredients. If this condition continues for a long time, special sesamic deposits of living and dead liver cells, living and dead bacteria and various types of white blood cells are collected inside those covered areas, which are called pus in Bengal. In the terminology of medical science it is said that the hepatic or liver abs In the same process, Entamoeba may also cause liver absence through histolytica called protozoos. Bacterial liver absences can be termed as medical terminology called liver abscess and antibiotic liver abscission by the ambient liver abscission. Bacterial liver absence can occur in one or more places and is usually larger in size. Ambient Liver Absence is usually in one place and is larger in size.
The patient’s high temperature fever and pain on the right side of the stomach caused by liver abscess. There may also be pain on the right side of the back bone and dry cough. The liver size usually grows and the stomach
There is pain. The risk of jaundice is more likely to occur in the pathogenic lever absence than the amebic liver absence. If the microbes spread from the liver absus to the lungs then the lungs can get water in the lungs and the lungs may cause infection and abscesses. If there is a problem with lungs, the patient may have chest pain, shortness of breath and severe cough. Ultrasonogram of the abdomen is mainly done for the diagnosis of patients with liver absences. However, if the absence is too small, then it may take many MRI examinations.
In addition to taking medicines for the treatment of liver abs, there is a need to get rid of the syringe. Antibiotics are given in the bloodstream for bacterial abnormalities. Depending on which antibiotic is given, it depends on the possible bacterial species. Generally, antibiotics are given for four weeks after eating antibiotics in the bloodstream. In the case of amniotic liver absence, it is usually treated with metronidazole injection at a height of 7 to 10 days. If the absence is done, the pum is removed as much as possible with the syringe. If the absence of more than one, then the bulk of the bulb is extracted. Small absences are good for treating antibiotics.