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Abscess of Soft Tissues

Description of the Disease

An abscess of soft tissues is an acute infectious inflammatory disease characterized by the formation of a cavity filled with purulent content in the soft tissues of the body.


Abscesses of soft tissues are divided into superficial and deep, as well as by the site of occurrence: periodontal, subcutaneous, subcutaneous, etc.


  • Swelling and redness of the skin in the affected area
  • Pain and increased temperature in the abscess formation site
  • General malaise and fever


Abscesses of soft tissues usually occur as a result of infection caused by bacteria, as well as due to injury or impairment of blood circulation in the tissues.


Diagnosis is based on clinical manifestations, biochemical blood tests, ultrasound and computed tomographic studies.


Treatment may include antibiotics, surgical opening and drainage of the abscess, removal of the affected tissue, and other methods depending on the severity of the disease.


Preventive measures include proper treatment of wounds, hygienic procedures, strengthening the immune system, and timely consultation with a doctor at the first signs of infection.


Treatment of abscess of soft tissues is carried out by a surgeon, therapist, infectious disease specialist, or other specialists depending on the nature and severity of the disease.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice