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34 Possible Causes for Tenderness at McBurney's Point

  • Ovarian Cyst

    Abstract A 4-week-old newborn underwent laparoscopic removal of a hemorrhagic cyst measuring 4 cm in diameter. Preoperative diagnostics suggested autoamputation, which is a rare complication of fetal ovarian torsion. The laparoscopic procedure, lasting 26 minutes, was performed, without any major intraoperative[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • 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[step2.medbullets.com] Abdominal examination revealed rebound tenderness at the McBurney's point.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Classic physical exam signs include Rovsing's sign and tenderness at McBurney's point.[journalofethics.ama-assn.org]

  • Appendiceal Abscess

    Physical Exam The physical examination may reveal a point of maximum tenderness over the appendix in a spot termed McBurney’s point; however, the absence of this classic sign[innerbody.com]

  • 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[cfp.ca] 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[amboss.com] Classically, tenderness to palpation is maximal at McBurney’s point which is located at the junction of lateral third and medial two-thirds of the line joining the right anterior[clinicaladvisor.com]

  • 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[symptoma.com] , tenderness at McBurney's point, Rovsing sign, psoas sign, obturator sign Prevalence common Blood work leukocytosis Radiology periappendiceal fat stranding, increased appendiceal[librepathology.org] 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.[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]

  • Crohn's Disease

    Metastatic cutaneous involvement is a rare extraintestinal manifestation of Crohn's disease. Presence of cutaneous noncaseating granulomas that are anatomically noncontiguous in location with a fistula or the gastrointestinal tract is a diagnostic hallmark. We present a case of inflammatory bowel disease initially[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Adenocarcinoma of the Appendix

    BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Appendiceal neoplasms with extra-appendiceal spread may show different clinical patterns with pseudomyxoma peritonei (PMP) being one of them. We analyse the results in a series of patients treated in our centre. MATERIAL AND METHODS: Retrospective study of patients operated on for[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Intermenstrual Pain

    R.F. Harrison, J. Bonnar, W. Thompson Springer Science & Business Media, ٠٦‏/١٢‏/٢٠١٢ - 726 من الصفحات The International Federation of Fertility Societies XI World Congress on Fertility and Sterility took place in Ireland at the Royal Dublin Society from the 26th June-1st July, 1983. Some 1900 delegates repre senting[…][books.google.com]

  • 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[medbullets.com] Physical examination in an older child will often reveal tenderness at McBurney's point .[meddean.luc.edu] B lumberg sign: Rebound tenderness at McBurney’s point 3. C ough tenderness: Differentiates from right sided ureteric colic 4.[medchrome.com]

  • Salpingitis

    She had a painful abdomen on palpation with active muscular contractions and rebound tenderness. She did not have an irritated psoas muscle or pain at McBurney's point.[casesjournal.biomedcentral.com]

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