A 56-year-old woman with hypertension, obesity, asthma, kidney stones, and subclinical hypothyroidism was enrolled, who reported weight loss not quantified in the latest months with anorexia and discomfort in the right upper abdominal quadrant
One patient was a 58-year-old man who had begun to complain of sudden onset of right lower abdominal quadrant
(RLAQ) pain and fever with nausea, but nonbloody, nonbilious emesis, and also without diarrhea, anorexia, or any other gastrointestinal symptoms on POD 9.
Abdominal ultrasound showed that the intestinal loops were thickened and the surrounding mesenteric tissue was edematous in the right abdominal quadrant
A cystic lesion of about 48x34 mm with well-defined borders associated with the appendix and probably with mucocele of the appendix was reported in the lower right abdominal quadrant
close to the cecum.
PEA can mimic either acute appendicitis when right-sided appendagitis is involved, or acute colonic diverticulitis when the inflammatory foci are in the left lower abdominal quadrant
His physical examination was unremarkable except for the right lower abdominal quadrant
Maria" Clinical Emergency Hospital for Children, Iasi, Romania, in January 2011, accusing nausea, vomiting, cough, stomach ache, pain in the right upper abdominal quadrant
A plain abdominal X-ray on arrival showed a radiopaque foreign body (sewing needle) in the lower abdominal quadrant
on the midline (Fig.
3-cm) multilobulated mass with central necrosis within the left upper abdominal quadrant
originating from the tail and body of the pancreas (magnetic resonance imaging).
Having completed a pre-assessment and consent, I inserted an eight French drain into the right lower abdominal quadrant
, using ultrasound guidance, local anaesthetic and a standard Seldinger technique.
pain in upper right abdominal quadrant
, weakness, fatigue, loss of appetite, diarrhea, weight loss); sign/symptom onset occurs [approximately equal to]2 3 weeks after infection, depending on the number of ingested flukes (2-4).
The most common site of pain was the periumbilical region (35%) followed by the right lower abdominal quadrant