Appendicular Peritonitis in Situs Inversus Totalis: A Case Report

Mamadou Cissé; Alpha O Touré; Ibrahima Konaté; Madieng Dieng; Ousmane Ka; Fodé B Touré; Abdarahmane Dia; Cheikh T Touré


J Med Case Reports 

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The occurrence of appendicitis with situs inversus is very rare. Very few cases have been reported in the literature. This condition poses a diagnostic problem that can be decreased by including morphologic exploration methods such as ultrasonography, tomodensitometry, and laparoscopy. These procedures allow the early management of the disease and guide therapeutic choices.


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