Intestinal Perforation due to TB, Crohn`s & Diverticulitis

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What you'll learn

Intestinal perforations are very common surgical emergencies encountered by surgeons. Tubercular ulcers are common in developing countries such as India, Pakistan, Srilanka, etc. read more »»

A detailed description has been given about clinical presentation and how to arrive at a diagnosis. Other causes of small intestinal perforations include Crohn’s and Trauma. Diagnosis should be made early based on clinical symptoms and signs. A chest x-ray is enough to make a diagnosis of perforation detected by pneumoperitoneum. CECT scans can be done in selected patients. Timely resuscitation, operative intervention in the form of closure of perforation, and drainage of the peritoneal cavity reduce mortality rates and morbidity.

Who Should Attend?

  • Post Graduates
  • Surgeons
  • Teachers from Medical Colleges and Universities

Key concepts covered include:

“By the end of this course, you will be able to understand:

  • Understanding of the subject and better management”


Dr. K. Rajgopal Shenoy

Professor, Department of General Surgery, Kasturba Medical College, Manipal


Dr. Rajgopal Shenoy Kallya joined the department of Surgery, Kasturba Medical College, Manipal as a junior lecturer in 1986 and is working as a professor since 2001. He has been adjudged as the best teacher at KMC for 5 years. He is the author of many textbooks related to surgery and medicine. He is also the president of the Udupi District Chess Association and was selected unanimously as Vice President of the United Karnataka Chess Association in September 2011.

For: intermediates

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