Recent Examples of appendicitis from the Web
They were supposed to spend as long as six months traveling but cut short their trip when Daisy was stricken with appendicitis.
Doctors misdiagnosed appendicitis, among other illnesses, gave him the wrong medicines and performed three unnecessary surgeries.
It was later discovered Kelce had an appendicitis, which led to an appendectomy.
The band was originally scheduled to play on Dec. 5, but just before the show Mayer was hospitalized for appendicitis.
Olsen had been directed to the hospital amid stomach pains, with doctors diagnosing the 30-year-old with acute appendicitis.
When the agreement was announced, Kevin Kühnert, who heads the Social Democrats’ influential youth wing, responded with a punning Twitter post likening the breakthrough in talks to appendicitis.
He's also suffered an appendicitis and has been fitted with a pacemaker.
He's also had appendicitis and has been fitted with a pacemaker.
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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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