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The article reports that patients with uncomplicated acute appendicitis can fair well without surgery as compared to clinical trial patients who underwent surgery, and states that patients had lower risk of complications during the one-year follow-up…

Introduction: Despite appendicitis being one of the most common surgical emergencies in the pediatric population, there is still a great deal of debate among pediatric surgeons regarding the workup and treatment. Materials and Methods: In an…

AIM: To examine if fulminant Clostridium difficile infections (CDI) resulting in colectomy was associated with a prior appendectomy and whether any association affected the severity of the disease. METHODS: A retrospective chart review was performed…
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