Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis

What is Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis?

It is inflammation of the peritoneum, the thin tissue that lines the inner wall of the abdomen and covers most of the abdominal organs.

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A 51 year male patient, admitted with c/o Cirrhosis of Liver, Spontaneous Bacterial Peritonitis, Pleural Effusion Left Side. patient is known...

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My 36 year old daughter is newly recovering from alcoholism. She's been sober for 5 weeks, but I fear it may be too late. Her specialist told her...

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she's in a pretty severe situation

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Hi Doctor my father has recently come home from hospital and went in caused by tight stomach and retaining solids and passing only fliuds. he had a...

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Let me know your other associated symptoms along with mentioned.
Does your father has acidic belching/...

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