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Present status for diagnosis and treatment of acute appendicitis in children: evaluation of cases. METHODS: The variables studied were: age, sex, clinical manifestations, time for the diagnosis to be established, the findings from physical examination and laboratory tests, surgical findings and antibiotic protocols, postoperative complications and hospital lenght of stay.
The signs and symptoms most frequently encountered were: abdominal pain in the right iliac fossa Around Ultrasonography studies diagnosed the disease in Various antibiotic schemes were used, although there was special attention towards Gram-negative and anaerobic bacteria.
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Avaliação de dor abdominal em crianças