The Best Appendicitis Treatment In Mumbai
Appendicitis occurs when the appendix (a small organ attached to the large intestine in the lower right side of the bell) becomes infected due to an acute or chronic blockage.
In most cases, the exact cause of appendicitis is unidentified. Doctors believe that it occurs when the appendix becomes obstructive or blocked. The reasons behind that include a buildup of hardened stool, tumors, enlarged lymphoid follicles, traumatic injury, swollen lymph nodes in the intestines, parasites, infections swollen and filled with pus, and intestinal worms.
Appendicitis symptoms include sudden pain around the navel and on the right side of the lower abdomen, loss of appetite, pain that worsens if you cough, walk, or make other jarring movements, vomiting, constipation or diarrhea, abdominal bloating, and flatulence.
Surgeons will recommend surgery. However, before surgery, your doctor will plan an appendicitis treatment that includes antibiotics followed by surgery to remove your appendix. This is called an appendectomy. Most of the time, surgeons use a laparoscope to remove the appendix through a small cut on the belly. In these cases, kids who get this surgery usually stay in the hospital for a day.
What are the complications of appendicitis?
Appendicitis can lead to genuine complications such as a ruptured appendix and a pus-filled pocket in the abdomen.
What are the tests doctors can recommend?
The tests can be recommend by your doctors that involved abdominal ultrasound, abdominal CT scan, abdominal MRI scan, abdominal X-ray.
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