The management of a patient with fournier’s gangrene related to unknown lesion colitis: A case report

Clinical Imaging and Case Reports

The management of a patient with fournier’s gangrene related to unknown lesion colitis: A case report
Dr.Gasibova JM

Department of Pediatric Surgery Azerbaijan Medical University Baku Azerbaijan

Correspondence to Author:Dr.Gasibova JM
Abstract:

Introduction: Fournier’s gangrene could be a rare polymicrobial necrotizing fasciitis of the area and opening regions, found to be related to body part diseases and system operations.

Case presentation: A twenty five year-old man bestowed with pocket lump and pain was diagnosed with Fournier’s gangrene. The patient was hospitalized and treated with wide-spectrum antibiotics and surgical surgery of the death tissue. throughout follow up the patient developed a ototoxic colon that was with success treated by colectomy and end-ileostomy. The pathological findings of the surgical specimen was resulted as a diffuse active inflammatory bowel disease supporting colitis.

Citation:

Dr.Gasibova JM. The management of a patient with fournier’s gangrene related to unknown lesion colitis: A case report. Clinical Imaging and Case Reports 2019.