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    Sepsis 3 (1999), S. 335-344 
    ISSN: 1573-7411
    Keywords: human ; inflammation ; bacterial infections ; peritonitis ; immunology ; genetics
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Medicine
    Notes: Abstract Normal peritoneal response to microorganisms is characterized by hyperemia, exudation of protein-rich fluid into the peritoneal cavity and marked influx of neutrophils, universally known as peritonitis. Under favorable circumstances for the host, peritoneal and systemic defense mechanism can remove infection from peritoneal cavity (resolution) or at least manage to contain infection (intra-abdominal abscess). Normal peritoneal response to infection may be altered by local peritoneal and systemic factors resulting in a non-efficient mechanism that interfere with the ability of the host to eradicate infection from the peritoneal cavity or further damage the peritoneal interface.
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