lysis in clinical medicine

From Big Medical Encyclopedia

LYSIS in clinical medicine (grech, lysis decomposition, easing, outcome) — one of possible forms of permission during nek-ry infectious diseases; it is characterized contrary to crisis by slow temperature drop that usually matches gradual fading and other symptoms of a disease. Lytically the typhoid, scarlet fever, a brucellosis, a tularemia and others inf can come to an end. to a disease, a thicket at nevaktsinirovainy and persons, the Crimea an antibioticotherapia was not applied. L. happens two types: the temperature curve decreases or stupeneobrazno, or giving strong scope as remittiruyushchy fever. In the first case temperature falls slowly, but continuously, considerably going down of every evening by next morning, and within 3 — 9 days comes to fiziol. to norm. Such termination of fever is quite often observed at pneumonia, scarlet fever, sometimes a typhus.

In the second case (L. remittiruyushchy type) temperature drop happens more slowly, and L. can drag on to 1,5 — 2 weeks. Usually within several days evening temperature increase remains at the previous level, and morning decrease in temperature becomes more considerable. The difference between evening and morning temperature reaches to 2 — 3 °. Then also evening temperature begins to decrease, and morning reaches normal figures. It it is accepted to call the period of sharp temperature variation with continuous decrease an amphibolic stage. Such falloff of temperature quite often is followed in the mornings plentiful then; cases of a kollaptoidny state are written off. Much more rare there are oznoba at the subsequent temperature increase. L. remittiruyushchy type it is observed at severe forms of a typhoid, rheumatism, a pericardis, peritonitis.

Upon completion of L. body temperature remains during the first 2 weeks labile and can sometimes increase; the broken functions are also slowly recovered went. - kish. path and other systems.

See also Infectious diseases , Crisis .