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Early appendicitis

Patterson RAP - MedPix (2006)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Early appendicitis

History: 42 y/o female with 6 hour history of bilateral 9/10 lower abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting. One loose bowel movement.

Findings: The appendix does not demonstrate filling of contrast. It measures between 8-9 mm in diameter. There is no surrounding fluid and no evidence of abscess or significant inflammatory change. There is no evidence of adnexal mass or inflammatory bowel disease.

Ddx: Early appendicitis

Dxhow: Surgery

Exam: BP 133/61, P 80, R 18, T 97.0, Pox 98 Patient in visible pain and moving her legs to distract herself. Abdominal: BS normal, no guarding, tenderness to palpation in the bilateral pelvic region worse on the right side. Labs: Neg HCG, CBC: 15.4>15.1/44.6<219

No MeSH data available.


The appendix does not demonstrate filling of contrast.  It measures between 8-9 mm in diameter.  There is no surrounding fluid and no evidence of abscess or significant inflammatory change.  There is no evidence of adnexal mass or inflammatory bowel disease.
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Early appendicitis

Patterson RAP - MedPix (2006)

The appendix does not demonstrate filling of contrast.  It measures between 8-9 mm in diameter.  There is no surrounding fluid and no evidence of abscess or significant inflammatory change.  There is no evidence of adnexal mass or inflammatory bowel disease.
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MPX1317_synpic24307: The appendix does not demonstrate filling of contrast. It measures between 8-9 mm in diameter. There is no surrounding fluid and no evidence of abscess or significant inflammatory change. There is no evidence of adnexal mass or inflammatory bowel disease.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Early appendicitis

History: 42 y/o female with 6 hour history of bilateral 9/10 lower abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting. One loose bowel movement.

Findings: The appendix does not demonstrate filling of contrast. It measures between 8-9 mm in diameter. There is no surrounding fluid and no evidence of abscess or significant inflammatory change. There is no evidence of adnexal mass or inflammatory bowel disease.

Ddx: Early appendicitis

Dxhow: Surgery

Exam: BP 133/61, P 80, R 18, T 97.0, Pox 98 Patient in visible pain and moving her legs to distract herself. Abdominal: BS normal, no guarding, tenderness to palpation in the bilateral pelvic region worse on the right side. Labs: Neg HCG, CBC: 15.4>15.1/44.6<219

No MeSH data available.