Metrics details. Ultrasound is a widely used technique in the diagnosis of acute appendicitis; nevertheless, its utilization still remains controversial. The accuracy of the Ultrasound technique in the diagnosis of acute appendicitis in the adult patient, as shown in the literature, was searched for. The gold standard for the diagnosis of appendicitis still remains pathologic confirmation after appendectomy.
Case Study on a Patient with Appendicitis
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Prospective Observational Study on acute Appendicitis Worldwide (POSAW)
There is evidence that the cause may be multi-factorial, since some patients gets a perforated appendix while the course is less severe in others. The course of the disease is unpredictable and typical symptoms do not appear in a third of cases. Each case is unique.
Background: Misdiagnosis of acute appendicitis is a common and crucial problem in general surgery. Graded compression ultrasonography is one of the new diagnostic technique that is reported to have improve the diagnostic accuracy and clinical outcome. The aim of current study is to assess the role of this diagnostic modality in the management of acute appendicitis. Methods: This is a cohort observational study comparing the adverse outcome in two different groups of patients admitted with suspected acute appendicitis at two different hospitals in two different countries. The first group of patients at Ayub Teaching Hospital Abbottabad, Pakistan, was managed without preoperative ultrasonography.