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Epigastric pain from a few hours, which relocated on the RLQ of the abdomen. Positive McBurney sign. Patient with known Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease (ADPKD).
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Aperistaltic tubular blind-ending structure on RLQ, non-compressible, consistent with appendix. Dilated appendix 9 mm in diameter, with signs of slight hyperemia (Power Doppler study).
Small hypoechoic area surrounding the tip of the appendix, indicating fluid.
Tenderness on ultrasound probe palpation, more prominent when corresponded with the dilated appendix.
Additional findings are multiple large cysts on both kidneys and small ones on the liver parenchyma, as of autosomal dominant polycystic disease.
The findings were consistent with acute appendicitis.
The patient went on an-open-surgery appendectomy directly afterwards, which confirmed the diagnosis of acute appendicitis.
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