Chronic appendicitis

What is Chronic appendicitis?

Fibrous adhesions, scarring, or deformity of the appendix following subsidence of acute appendicitis; fibrous obliteration of the distal lumen is not abnormal in older persons; term frequently used to refer to repeated mild attacks of acute appendicitis.

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Hi, i am 27 years old and i have been experiencing lower right abdominal pain for about half a year. The pain is constant and it becomes worse...

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Hello. There is such a thing as chronic appendicitis. This usually occurs when fecoliths (small rock-hard pieces of stool) get inside the appendix...

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I had a burst appendix while on a cruise. I was sent home and after the doctor took a ct scan, he said it appeared my appendix burst. This was...

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Firstly whats need to be considered is your present symptoms due to chronic appendicitis. If the symptoms are...

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I am XXXXXXX from chennai ,India. I am having pain in lower abdomen for past six months, doctors advised me to go for scanning to find out any...

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You probably are suffering from chronic appendicitis/ ureteric stone/ PID, for which your doctor may have advised you ultraound abdomen...

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