To study the changing presentation of hydatid cyst disease
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2022, Volume 9, Issue 2, Pages 2900-2903
AbstractBackground & Method: The aim of this study is to study the changing presentation of hydatid cyst disease.
Clinical assessment was done in the form of general condition, clinical manifestation, diagnosis, treatment, and discharge status. For assessment of hydatid disease X-ray, USG & C.T. Scan where required was used. The diagnosis of hydatid was confirmed histopathologically . Patients were operated by different surgical methods.
Result: No statistics are computed because Liver is a constant. Pearson Chi Square =1.487, df = 1, P value = 0.223 Non-Significant. Pearson Chi Square = 0.000, df = 1, P value = 1.000 Non-Significant. The difference was found to be statistically non significant (p<0.05).The table shows the higher percentages of Prospective patients (100.00%) for ‘No’ of lungs and (0.0%) for Yes whereas the higher percentage for ‘Yes’ of lungs was only (9.00%) of Retrospective patients.
Conclusion: Hydatid cysts present with varied symptomatology. Disease mostly affects the liver and that too the right lobe of liver and very less to other organs of the body.Now a day with the use of advance radiological imaging early diagnosis of hydatid disease take place, prompt treatment started and it minimizes the spread of disease to other part of the body
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