Tumoral infiltration to all layers of the appendix wall expanding through the periappendicular
area was observed in the microscopic examination.
On exploration through the gridiron incision the appendix wall was found to be thickened, enlarged, inflamed with adhesions in the periappendicular
tissues and a tubercle was found only over appendix.
The usual finding is that of an inflamed appendix with or without associated complications (gangrene, perforation, or periappendicular
Perforated appendix and periappendicular
abscess within an inguinal hernia.
Histopathology of the appendix showed acute appendicitis with inflammation of periappendicular
At the time of the operation the appendix appeared to be retrocecal and gangrenous, surrounded by a periappendicular
abscess involving and compressing right ureter from the outside.
Incarcerated inguinal hernia with a perforated appendix and periappendicular
abscess: report of a case.
Acute appendicitis is also known to be a rare cause of mechanical small bowel obstruction (9), usually resulting from adhesions due to periappendicular
inflammation and is different from ileus seen in patients having perforated appendicitis presenting with generalized or localized peritonitis.
Perforation of Meckel's diverticulum with intraabdominal haemorrhage and periappendicular
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