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Q: What is the differential diagnosis for acute right lower quadrant pain aside from appendicitis?
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What has the author Stanley L Wiener written?

Stanley L. Wiener has written: 'Differential diagnosis of acute pain' -- subject(s): Acute Disease, Diagnosis, Differential Diagnosis, Pain 'Differential Diagnosis of Chronic Pain'

Pain in the RLQ is most characteristic of?

Most cases of acute right lower quadrant(RLQ) pain are considered appendicitis

What is meant by subacute appendicitis?

Appendicitis that is not yet as serious as acute appendicitis.

Is an appendicitis an emergency?

Acute appendicitis is most common acute abdominal emergency.

What is the medical term meaning appendicitis?

Acute appendicitis is 'the' medical term.

Can appendicitis symptoms feel like a period?

Early stage of acute appendicitis may be confused with pains of periods. Shortly the pain of acute appendicitis becomes worse.

Can guava seeds cause appendicitis?

Yes. You can get acute appendicitis due to guava seeds or seed of orange. At times the seed lodge in the lumen of the appendix and cause acute appendicitis.

Do guava seeds can causes appendicitis?

Yes. You can get acute appendicitis due to guava seeds or seed of orange. At times the seed lodge in the lumen of the appendix and cause acute appendicitis.

Is operation necessary for acute appendicitis?


What is the icd code for acute appendicitis with perforation?


Can an ovarian cyst or appendicitis have the same pains?

Yes. Torsion of the ovarian cyst on right side and acute appendicitis may give you lot of confusion in diagnosis. Both needs surgical correction. Ultrasound examination will help you lot is such situation.

Is acute Appendicitis the same as Appendicitis?

Appendicitis is inflammation of the appendix. The term Acute or Chronic refers to the amount of time the condition has been occurring. Acute conditions last for less then 6 months where as Chronic conditions last for 6 months or longer. So to answer your question, yes they are the same, however saying "acute appendicitis" is a more specific term and would refer to appendicitis lasting less then 6 months. In almost all cases appendicitis is acute as the infection, inflammation and swelling of the tissue is a medical emergency in which the appendix must be removed before it bursts.

Is diarrhea a symptom of appendicitis?

Yes. Specially in infants. It is very difficult to diagnose acute appendicitis in infants.

Why is acute appendicitis so dangerous?

If you do not manage the acute appendicitis, correctly, the appendix may get burst. The peritonitis fallows. There is almost 80 % mortality in peritonitis, even with the best treatment.

How is appendicites prevented?

There is no known sure precaution to prevent acute appendicitis.

What system does acute appendicitis effect?

Being an infectious process, appendicitis would affect the immune system to increase the white blood count significantly.

What are signs for appendicitis?

In early stage you get rebound tenderness in right iliac region. Localized rigidity in the right iliac region is 'the' sign of acute appendicitis.

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What has the author John M Beal written?

John M. Beal has written: 'Diagnosis of acute abdominal disease' -- subject(s): Acute abdomen, Diagnosis

When a person has an acute bacterial infection such as meningitis or appendicitis which type of leukocyte increases in number?


Pathophysiology diagram of acute appendicitis?

go to it has a great diagram.

In acute appendicitis is there congestive process and what type of congestion is present?

no idea whatsoever so do it urselff

Why does localized peritonitis develop from acute appendicitis prior to rupture?

bacteria escape into the circulating blood

What is the NANDA nursing diagnosis for acute gastroenteritis?

The NANDA nursing diagnosis for acute gastroenteritis include symptoms such as diarrhea, acute pain, and deficient levels of fluids. Activity intolerance is also seen in patients with gastroenteritis.

What are the symptoms of acute appendicitis?

You get colicky pain in the umbilical area. The pain shift to the right iliac region within few hours. This is 'the' symptom of acute appendicitis. Contrary to common belief, fever is not prominent. Vomiting after getting pain in abdomen and loss of appetite are prominent symptoms.