publication . Article . 1922

RIGHT URETERAL CALCULUS SIMULATING ACUTE APPENDICITIS

Montague L. Boyd;
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  • Published: 28 Oct 1922
Abstract
This case is of interest because of: (1) the severity of the nausea and vomiting; (2) localized pain in the appendix region; (3) leukocytosis, and (4) absence of pain or tenderness in the kidney, absence of referred pains to the groins and testicle, and lack of urinary symptoms. REPORT OF CASE History. —E. B. R., a man, aged 28, barber, single, admitted to the surgical service of Grady Hospital, April 17, 1922, awoke at 6: 30 with a severe pain in the lower right abdomen followed shortly by nausea and vomiting, which consisted of a small amount of mucus. The pain remained localized about over the region of the appendix. The past history was negative excepting fo...
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free text keywords: General Medicine, Leukocytosis, medicine.symptom, medicine, Nausea, Tenderness, Gonorrhea, medicine.disease, Appendix, medicine.anatomical_structure, Surgery, medicine.medical_specialty, Appendicitis, Abdomen, Vomiting, business.industry, business
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publication . Article . 1922

RIGHT URETERAL CALCULUS SIMULATING ACUTE APPENDICITIS

Montague L. Boyd;