A 25-year-old man with abdominal pain

Krivokuca I, Lammers JWJ
2018 Vascular Diseases and Therapeutics  
A 25-year-old male, presented to our emergency department with a one day history of a right sided abdominal pain. His medical history revealed a herniated nucleus pulposus and a deep vein thrombosis, a year before presentation. No medication was used. The differential diagnosis was cholecystitis or appendicitis. Krivokuca I (2018) A 25-year-old man with abdominal pain Volume 3(2): 2-2 unknown. It could be due to right heart strain and hepatic congestion or it could be due to diaphragmatic
more » ... diaphragmatic pleurisy after pulmonary infarction. It should be considered by physicians as a diagnosis in all patients with an abdominal pain when abdominal source of their symptoms could not be identified.
doi:10.15761/vdt.1000150 fatcat:ivtoejx2rbcdbjuqajy4zapggq