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Acute appendicitis after liver transplantation: A single center experience and review of the literature

Jamtani I, Kim S, Lee JM, Lee KW, Hong SK, Hong K, Han ES, Yi NJ, Suh KS

BACKGROUNDS/AIMS: Acute appendicitis is one of the most common emergent disease in the general population requiring surgical treatment. However, only a few cases of appendicitis after liver transplantation (LT) were...
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Effect of bupivacaine on postoperative pain and analgesics use after single-incision laparoscopic appendectomy: double-blind randomized study

Ha HK, Lee KG, Choi KK, Kim WS, Cho HR

PURPOSE: Local anesthetics can decrease postoperative pain after appendectomy. This study sought to verify the efficacy of bupivacaine on postoperative pain and analgesics use after single-incision laparoscopic appendectomy (SILA). METHODS: Between...
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Using 2-mSv Appendiceal CT in Usual Practice for Adolescents and Young Adults: Willingness Survey of 579 Radiologists, Emergency Physicians, and Surgeons from 20 Hospitals

Kim HJ, Lee KH, Kim M, Park SB, Ko Y, LOCAT Group

OBJECTIVE: To survey care providers' willingness to use 2-mSv computed tomography (CT) in their usual practice for adolescents and young adults with suspected appendicitis. MATERIALS AND METHODS: An ethical committee approved...
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Analysis of the Educational Value of YouTube Laparoscopic Appendectomy Videos

Park KB, Kim MJ, Lee JS

PURPOSE: To evaluate the educational value of laparoscopic appendectomy (LA) videos on YouTube for surgical trainees. METHODS: The search term “Laparoscopic appendectomy” was used on YouTube. The top 100 videos sorted...
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Comparative analysis of unperforated and perforated appendicitis in laboratory values of patients who visited emergency center

Cho D, Seo JY

OBJECTIVE: Unperforated and perforated acute appendicitis need to be differentiated because appendicitis with a free perforation requires an emergency operation to prevent contamination inside the bowel from spreading into the...
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Early versus late surgical management for complicated appendicitis in adults: a multicenter propensity score matching study

Kim JY, Kim JW, Park JH, Kim BC, Yoon SN

PURPOSE: Surgeons may be uncertain about the optimal timing of appendectomy to decrease complications, especially for complicated appendicitis. The aim of the study was to compare clinical outcomes between early...
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Bayesian Approach to Predicting Acute Appendicitis Using Ultrasonographic and Clinical Variables in Children

Reddan T, Corness J, Harden F, Hu W, Mengersen

OBJECTIVES: Ultrasound has an established role in the diagnostic pathway for children with suspected appendicitis. Relevant clinical information can influence the diagnostic probability and reporting of ultrasound findings. A Bayesian...
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A Case of Catabacter hongkongensis and Alistipes indistinctus Isolated from Blood Cultures of a Patient with Acute Appendicitis

Ryu J, Kim Y, Lee J, Cho SY, Park TS, Lee HJ

Catabacter hongkongensis is an anaerobic gram-positive coccobacillus that was first isolated in Hong Kong. It is infectious and causes high mortality in patients with rare but underlying diseases. Alistipes indistinctus...
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A Case of Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome after Appendectomy

Kim L, Jung HL, Shim JY, Kim DS, Shim JW, Han YJ, Kwak JH

Hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS) is associated with consumption of under cooked gound beef, characterized by triad of renal failure, microangiopathic hemolytic anemia and thrombocytopenia. Early recognition of this disease, maintenance...
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Nonoperative Treatment of Appendicitis in the Pediatric Population: Stringent Patient Selection for Successful Application

Son J, Lee S, Hong J, Seo JM, Lee SK

PURPOSE: Although nonoperative treatment of appendicitis (NOTA) in the pediatric population has been well reported recently, patient selection and treatment scheme varies among studies, making it difficult to establish treatment...
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Feasibility and Safety of Single-Incision Laparoscopic Appendectomy by a Surgical Resident under Supervision of a Staff Surgeon

Joo JI, Park JH, Kim DH, Lim SW

PURPOSE: This study was aimed at reporting our experience with single-incision laparoscopic appendectomies (SILA) performed by a surgical resident, and to evaluate the safety and feasibility of the procedure, together...
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Rapidly Progressive Small Bowel Necrosis in a Previously Healthy Child without Proven Mechanical Obstruction

Kim HH, Kang H, Park CH, Kwon YJ, Jung E, Lim M

Bowel ischemia is a life-threatening surgical emergency. We report a case of rapidly progressive bowel necrosis in a previously healthy child without proven mechanical small bowel obstruction. The definite diagnosis...
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Structured Reporting versus Free-Text Reporting for Appendiceal Computed Tomography in Adolescents and Young Adults: Preference Survey of 594 Referring Physicians, Surgeons, and Radiologists from 20 Hospitals

Park SB, Kim MJ, Ko Y, Sim JY, Kim HJ, Lee KH, LOCAT Group

OBJECTIVE: To survey care providers' preference between structured reporting (SR) and free-text reporting (FTR) for appendiceal computed tomography (CT) in adolescents and young adults. MATERIALS AND METHODS: An ethical committee approved...
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Down the Rabbit Hole-Considerations for Ingested Foreign Bodies

Brown J, Kidder M, Fabbrini A, deVries J, Robertson , Chandler N, Wilsey M

We report the case of a seven-year-old boy with an ingested foreign body, which was retained within the appendix for a known duration of ten months, ultimately requiring appendectomy. The...
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The Benefits and Risks of Performing Incidental Appendectomy

Lee JY, Sul YH, Ye JB, Go SJ, Lee JS, Kim HR, Yoon SY, Kim JS

Acute appendicitis is the most common indication for emergency abdominal surgery worldwide. The risks and benefits of incidental appendectomy during other operations have been debated for over a century. There...
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Acute Appendicitis

Kojima D, Leppäniemi A, Hasegawa S

Acute appendicitis (AA) is one of the most common causes of acute abdominal pain, which can progress to perforation of the appendix and peritonitis. Recently, AA has been classified into...
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Improving the value of ultrasound in children with suspected appendicitis: a prospective study integrating secondary sonographic signs

Reddan T, Corness J, Harden F, Mengersen

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to determine whether the awareness and inclusion of secondary sonographic signs of appendicitis, in combination with a structured evaluation as part of engagement...
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Acute Suppurative Appendicitis Diagnosed by Acute Lower Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage

Kim DH, Lee JH, Kim D, Hwang S, Kang K, Koo JS

A 49-year-old man visited the emergency room of Korea University Ansan Hospital with hematochezia starting the day before the visit. Recently, he was on anti-platelet medication due to hypertension. The...
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Solo Single-Incision Laparoscopic Appendectomy versus Conventional Single-Incision Laparoscopic Appendectomy: A Retrospective, Single Center Study

Koo K, Ahn SH

PURPOSE: Single incision laparoscopic appendectomy (SILA) attempts to advance laparoscopic appendectomy with the aim of quicker recovery, less pain, a smaller scar, and better patient satisfaction, and it might offer...
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Antibiotic therapy for appendicitis treatment

Lee S, Jung SM

Appendicitis is the most common diagnosis of acute abdominal pain that may require surgical treatment, and 8.6% for men and 6.9% for women are at risk for this illness over...
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