Infective peritonitis. Primary? the peritoneal infection is not directly related to other intra-abdominal abnormalities. Secondary ? an intra-abdominal process, such as a ruptured appendix or a perforated peptic ulcer, is evident. Tertiary ? a later stage of the disease, when clinical peritonitis and signs of sepsis persist after treatment for secondary peritonitis, and no pathogens or only low-grade pathogens are isolated from the peritoneal exudate. .
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