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Pain in lower abdomen
Report of CT-Scan Abdomen and Pelvis with Contrast. Impression: Long, tortuous, retrocecal thick walled appendix with fat stranding and reactive satellite adenopathy. CT features s/o catarrhal appendicitis. No evidence of a structure uropathy.
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Hi, Ct report is suggestive of catarrhal appendicitis. You must consult a surgeon for further management.
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