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Abdomen and retroperitoneum | 1.5 Appendix
Case 1.5.3 Complicated appendicitis


Perforated appendix with its tip at the right liver lobe

Longitudinal
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Longitudinal
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Transverse
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Transverse
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A few days later after an appendectomy patient again had pain in the right flank. What could be the cause?

Remnants of the perforated appendix
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Dilatated right kidney
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Dilatated right kidney
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Normal left kidney
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Patient had a renal colic caused by a ureteric stone

Longitudinal
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Longitudinal
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Longitudinal
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Enlarged uterus after pegnancy
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Plain X ray

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The stone is difficult to see

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