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(Abdominal pain right lower quadrant)
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  • Myriad manifestations of infective endocarditis. [Journal Article]
  • BCBMJ Case Rep 2018 Aug 16; 2018
  • Pinder T, Price I, … Rajagopalan S
  • Aneurysmal disease of the visceral arteries is rare, often found incidentally and carries significant mortality when ruptured. Of these, superior mesenteric artery (SMA) aneurysms represent a small m...
  • Stump Appendicitis. [Journal Article]
  • CPClin Pract Cases Emerg Med 2018; 2(3):211-214
  • Essenmacher AC, Nash E, … Sato TS
  • Abdominal pain is a frequent problem encountered in the emergency department, and acute appendicitis is a well-recognized diagnosis. Laparoscopic appendectomy has become one of the most common surgic...
  • Complicated appendicitis wrongly diagnosed as nonspecific diarrhea: ways to decrease this continuous threat. [Journal Article]
  • MPMinerva Pediatr 2018 Jul 18
  • Klin B, Zlotcavitch L, … Abu-Kishk I
  • CONCLUSIONS: When the etiology of right lower quadrant abdominal pain is not immediately evident and associated with atypical diarrhea, high fever, repeat vomiting, and significantly increased CRP values, early surgical consultation is required. If the clinical findings are unclear, an abdominal US should be performed as soon as possible. A limited abdominal computed tomography scan CT should follow those cases not resolved by history, physical examination, blood tests, and abdominal ultrasound.
  • Suspicion of appendicitis in pregnant women: emergency evaluation by sonography and low-dose CT with oral contrast. [Journal Article]
  • EREur Radiol 2018 Jun 15
  • Poletti PA, Botsikas D, … Platon A
  • CONCLUSIONS: The proposed algorithm is very sensitive and specific for detection of acute appendicitis in pregnant women; it reduces the need of standard CTs when MRI is not available as second-line imaging.• In pregnant women, US is limited by an important number of indeterminate results • Low-dose CT can be used after an inconclusive US for the diagnosis of appendicitis in pregnant women • An algorithm integrating US and low-dose CT is highly sensitive and specific for appendicitis in pregnant women.
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