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A case study of a presentation of a mucocele appendix, a rare condition accounting for 0.2% of appendicectomies. The case and operative management are discussed along with the possible progression to pseudomyxoma peritoneii and its differing management. Case: A 15-year-old girl had two presentations with atypical Right Iliac Fossa pain over 2 months. This was investigated with ultrasound and CT which revealed a calcified, intussusepting mucocele of the appendix. This was surgically resecteddoi:10.12688/f1000research.18201.1 fatcat:wtxikgcutjfbppuctbnpp26hoa