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In the right iliac fossa, medial to the caecum and a focus of calcific density is demonstrated located within what appears to be the appendix, and thus presumably representing an appendicolith. Some slight stranding is seen around this region, with prominent mesenteric lymph nodes, but no perforation or abscess formation is evident.
Otherwise the solid and hollow abdominal viscera are unremarkable. No free fluid or free gas. No nodal enlargement. No focal osseous lesion. Lung bases are unremarkable.
Appendicolith in this clinical setting, even with only minimal periappendiceal stranding, suspicious for appendicitis.