Recent Examples of appendicitis from the Web
Is the stomach pain in a 10-year-old girl appendicitis, constipation or a clinical manifestation of homesickness?
Salazar suffered an appendicitis attack and complications last year, being sidelined for two months, yet returned to score a goal early in his first game back.
Many of those patients got hooked after a physician prescribed a relatively short course of pain medication for appendicitis, osteoarthritis, back or joint pain, or kidney or gallstones.
Residents used antibiotics to treat things like appendicitis and pressed for a medical evacuation only if pharmaceuticals didn't work.
People with appendicitis or belly pain don’t do that.
In the early 1990s, when patients came to emergency departments for acute belly pain and appendicitis was suspected, nearly one out of every four appendixes that were removed were normal.
Middle-income countries had to meet higher standards, like successful surgeries for appendicitis and hernia, or treatment for epilepsy and birth problems.
In fact, he was evacuated from Iraq after a month with appendicitis.
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Origin and Etymology of appendicitis
First Known Use: 1886See Words from the same year
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Definition of appendicitis for English Language Learners
medical : a condition in which a person's appendix is painful and swollen
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