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The sensitivity and specificity of the conventional symptoms and signs in making a diagnosis of acute appendicitis
Sudan Journal of Medical Sciences
The sensitivity and specificity of the conventional symptoms and signs in making a diagnosis of acute appendicitis. ABSTRACT Introduction: Simple appendicitis can progress to perforation, which is associated with a much higher morbidity and mortality. So, surgeons have therefore been inclined to operate when the diagnosis is probable rather than wait until it is certain. Objective: This study is designed to evaluate the sensitivity and specificity of clinical examination in the diagnosis ofdoi:10.4314/sjms.v4i1.44876 fatcat:hbylmqkmgzchxguwdmijtcjtcy