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39 Possible Causes for Right Lower Quadrant Tenderness, Tenderness at McBurney's Point

  • Ovarian Cyst

    Metastasis to a trocar tract (port-site metastasis, PSM) is an uncommon but serious complication that possibly compromises the prognosis of cancer patients treated laparoscopically. A 42-year-old Japanese woman had a 20-cm benign right ovarian cyst resected using gasless lift-laparoscopy. Five years and eight[…][]

  • Appendicitis

    […] at McBurney's point Psoas/Obturator sign raise the patient's right leg with the knee flexed rotate the leg internally at the hip increased abdominal pain indicates a positive[] Migratory pain, nausea or vomiting, and right lower quadrant tenderness were common predictors to all rules. Methodological quality varied widely.[] Rebound tenderness occurs at McBurney's point as well. Pain may also occur on the left side. Extreme tenderness occurs over the right rectus abdominis muscle.[]

  • Recurrent Appendicitis

    […] in McBurney point, guarding, and rebound tenderness. 1, 3 Although it is a rare condition, there are multiple case reports suggesting the existence of chronic appendicitis[] A physical examination revealed localized right lower quadrant tenderness with decreased bowel sounds. Results of all laboratory investigations were normal.[] Signs of appendicitis Blumberg's sign : rebound tenderness caused upon suddenly ceasing deep palpation of the RLQ McBurney point tenderness: an area one-third of the distance[]

  • Appendiceal Abscess

    […] sign McBurney's point of greatest tenderness Blumberg sign Rovsing’s Sign Dunphy sign Cough Test Obturator sign Psoas sign Markle sign 11 Location appendix during pregnancy[] On the fourth day of admission, a palpable right lower quadrant abdominal mass with local tenderness was found.[] […] localized to the right lower quadrant of the abdomen.[]

  • Perforated Appendix

    Abdominal tenderness at the McBurney point (located in the first third of a line joining the anterior superior iliac spine and the umbilicus) is the most important finding[] lower quadrant tenderness.[] , tenderness at McBurney's point, Rovsing sign, psoas sign, obturator sign Prevalence common Blood work leukocytosis Radiology periappendiceal fat stranding, increased appendiceal[]

  • Crohn's Disease

    Thus, the patient presents with fever, fatigue, abdominal pain and tenderness (often in the right lower quadrant), and diarrhea.[] […] is common; fullness or a discrete mass may be palpable, typically in the right lower quadrant Perianal disease (eg, skin tags, abscesses, fistulae, fissures) is present in[] […] observed before the major percentile lines on standard growth curves are crossed Abdominal findings may vary from normal to those of an acute abdomen; diffuse abdominal tenderness[]

  • Retrocecal Appendicitis

    […] at McBurney's point Psoas/Obturator sign raise the patient's right leg with the knee flexed rotate the leg internally at the hip increased abdominal pain indicates a positive[] lower quadrant, tenderness.[] B lumberg sign: Rebound tenderness at McBurney’s point 3. C ough tenderness: Differentiates from right sided ureteric colic 4.[]

  • Adenocarcinoma of the Appendix

    During her physical examination, right lower quadrant tenderness and rebound tenderness were noted.[] Physical examination revealed tenderness over the right lower quadrant of the abdomen without diffuse muscle guarding.[] The abdomen was soft with normal bowel sounds and focal tenderness elicited on palpation of the right lower quadrant.[]

  • Intermenstrual Pain

    I have been having pain in my uterine/ovary area in my pelvis for about four months. Recently I have been getting pain also in my lower back and upper thighs, as well as cramps that feel like period cramps but are relatively constant. I have also had very very occasional intermenstrual bleeding (two occasions of[…][]

  • Appendectomy

    Not every patient had the classic symptoms of right lower quadrant pain and acute tenderness over McBurney’s point.[] An 11-week-old girl was brought to the emergency department with a 48-hour history of abdominal pain, emesis, low-grade fever, and focal right lower quadrant tenderness.[] A common sign of appendicitis is deep tenderness at the McBurney's point (the location of McBurney's point is about 2/3 the distance starting from the umbilicus to the right[]

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