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The Physical Examination of the Abdomen
Laparoscopy as an Aid to Diagnosis
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abdominal distention abdominal pain abdominal wall abnormal abscess acute abdomen acute abdominal pain acute appendicitis acute cholecystitis acute pancreatitis adnexal amylase anorexia appendix artery associated barium enema bile duct biliary biopsy bleeding blood bowel sounds cause chest cholecystitis chronic clinical colic colitis colon common commonly cyst detect diagnosis of acute diarrhea differential diagnosis diffuse disease diverticulitis duodenal ectopic pregnancy elevated epigastric evaluation fever fluid gallbladder gallstones gastric gastrointestinal hemorrhage hepatic hernia ileus immunocompromised infarction infection inflammation inflammatory injury intestinal obstruction intra-abdominal involvement laparoscopy laparotomy lesions leukocytosis liver localized lower abdomen mass mesenteric ischemia mild nausea normal occurs onset palpation pelvic perforated ulcer peritoneal irritation peritoneum physical examination physical findings present radiographs rebound tenderness renal result retroperitoneum reveal right lower quadrant roentgenogram rupture serum severe sigmoid small intestine Surgery syndrome tient tion torsion tract trauma typically ultrasonography upper quadrant urinary usually vaginal viscus vomiting