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Management and outcome of appendicitis among octogenarians in an English hospital over a five year period
McGowan DR, et al. Int J Surg 2011. Among authors: Swindlehurst N. PMID 22057007 Free article.
RESULTS: Presenting symptoms included lower abdominal pain (n = 31, 93.9%), anorexia (n = 19, 57.6%), nausea and vomiting (n = 15, 45.5%) and shifting pain (n = 10, 30.3%). ...The most common complications in the octogenarian population were post-operative ileus (n = 7; 21%), wound infection (n = 5; 15.2%) and pneumonia (n = 5; 15.2%). ...
RESULTS: Presenting symptoms included lower abdominal pain (n = 31, 93.9%), anorexia (n = 19, 57.6%), nausea and vomiting ( …
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