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39 Possible Causes for Rovsing's Sign

  • Appendicitis

    […] raise the patient's right leg with the knee flexed rotate the leg internally at the hip increased abdominal pain indicates a positive obturator sign Rovsing's sign pressure[] […] are pain felt in the right lower quadrant with palpation of the left lower quadrant (Rovsing sign), an increase in pain caused by passive extension of the right hip joint[] […] fever pain moves from periumbilical area to LRQ diarrhea only with retrocecal appendicitis Physical exam Blumberg sign rebound tenderness at McBurney's point Psoas/Obturator sign[]

  • Appendiceal Abscess

    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 12[] […] nausea, and anorexia - Afebrile or has a low-grade fever , 38 º C Higher fevers are associated with a perforated appendix 10 Special maneuvers it is only the area McBurney sign[]

  • Recurrent Appendicitis

    sign : deep palpation of the LLQ causes RLQ referred pain Psoas sign : RLQ pain with extension of the right leg against resistance (secondary to inflammation of a retrocecal[] Rovsing's sign (2 points). Fever (1 point). Raised white cell count (1 point). Negative urinalysis (1 point).[] Physical signs classically associated with acute appendicitis include Rovsing sign, psoas sign, and obturator sign. Rovsing, N.T. (1907).[]

  • Horseshoe Kidney

    . – The so-called Rovsing sign—abdominal pain, nausea, and vomiting on hyperextension of the spine—has been infrequently observed. – Signs and symptoms of urinary tract infection[] sign–abdominal pain localized to the kidneys accompanied by nausea on spinal retroflexion is rarely useful but, when present, is due to pressure of the isthmus of kidney[] […] pelvis Clinical From asymptomatic to advanced renal disease–eg, hydronephrosis, infection, kidney stones, which may be accompanied by chronic GI Sx and pain; the 'classic' Rovsing[]

  • Left-sided Appendicitis

    Rovsing's sign , named after the Danish surgeon Niels Thorkild Rovsing (1862–1927), [1] is a sign of appendicitis .[] With local peritonitis, palpation in the left lower quadrant may cause pain in the right lower quadrant (Rovsing's sign).[] Although not of diagnostic value as being non-specific, pressure in the left iliac fossa produces pain in the right iliac fossa ( Rovsing’s sign ) [ 14 ].[]

  • Perforated Appendix

    Clinical data included a presence of right lower quadrant tenderness, rebound tenderness, Rovsing sign, Psoas sign and Obturator sign.[] Rovsing’s sign. Rovsing’s sign may be elicited by palpating the left lower quadrant ; this paradoxically causes pain to be felt at the right lower quadrant.[] […] rebound tenderness, tenderness at McBurney's point, Rovsing sign, psoas sign, obturator sign Prevalence common Blood work leukocytosis Radiology periappendiceal fat stranding[]

  • Pyomyositis

    sign, and Rovsing's sign.[] The clinical presentation and laboratory evaluation clearly signified appendicitis to me, with exquisite point tenderness over the appendix, a positive psoas sign, obturator[]

  • Fasciolopsis Buski

    Bowel sounds were slightly active, Rovsing’s sign was positive, and psoas sign and obturator sign were negative.[]

  • Mesenteric Lymphadenitis

    The classic physical signs of acute appendicitis such as Rovsing's sign may be absent. Blood investigations are critical in the diagnosis of mesenteric lymphadenitis.[] Rovsing's sign Main article: Rovsing's sign Continuous deep palpation starting from the left iliac fossa upwards (counterclockwise along the colon) may cause pain in the right[] The physician should examine for Rovsing's sign (when pressure on the left lower quadrant distends the column of colonic gas, causing pain in the right lower quadrant at the[]

  • Cefoperazone

    Physical examination revealed abdominal tenderness and defense, and positive Rovsing's sign in the right lower quadrant.[]

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