In which patients is the suspicion for appendicitis heightened? Do history and physical exam findings vary with patient age?
Who is at increased risk for perforation? What treatments are recommended for uncomplicated versus complicated appendicitis,
and are antibiotics alone ever the answer? Primary care clinicians must be well prepared to confront these and other questions when
a patient presents with signs and symptoms of appendicitis.
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