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I. Overview

I. Patient Review

- Pain in abdomen for 3 days, fever for 3days.

III. Tests Performed

- Complete blood counts, ultrasound abdomen.

IV. Dr Samrat Jankar

- Diagnosis : Acute perforated appendicitis

- Treatment : Laparoscopic Appendicectomy

V. Detail Description

- Complete cleaning of abdomen and Appendicectomy have done laparoscopically. Antibiotic were given. The patient recovered very well, discharged on day 3. 

VI. Post Treatment Guidelines 

- Normal diet, daily dressing, bathing advisable from day4. 

I. Overview

Appendicitis can be one of the most common causes of abdominal pain. Acute perforation of the appendix is one of the complications of appendicitis. It can also be complicated by “rupture”. Hence regarded as a surgical emergency. In such cases, there is a risk of the stool contents within the appendix leaking out into the abdomen. This can result in an inflammatory reaction in our body in an attempt to “contain” the spread, creating abscesses. The resulting inflammation also makes surgical removal difficult as the bowel becomes friable. These abscesses can result in prolonged fevers and pain.

II. Patient Review

- Age : 14 yrs.

- Gender : Male

III. Symptoms

- Pain in abdomen for 3 days, fever for 3days.

IV. Tests Performed

- Complete blood counts, ultrasound abdomen.

V. Diagnosis

- Acute perforated appendicitis

VI. Treatment

- Laparoscopic Appendicectomy

VII. Detail Description

- Complete cleaning of abdomen and Appendicectomy have done laparoscopically. Antibiotic were given. The patient recovered very well, discharged on day 3. 

VIII. Post Treatment Guidelines

- Normal diet, daily dressing, bathing advisable from day 4.

IX. Photos