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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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Abdominal Omental Torsion in Acute Pain: Case Report

Author: SARA RAVANGARD, GORDAFARIN NIKBAKHT, HODA MOUSAVI, KEIANOUSH KARAMI, SEYED SAADAT GHOLAMI
Abstract: Background and Aim: Preoperative diagnosis of acute abdomen is not necessary, but the main responsibility of the surgeon in dealing with acute abdomen is to determine the need for laparotomy. However, in the case of localized peritonitis, such as acute appendicitis, clinical presentation and physical examination, it is usually so diagnostic that the surgeon is completely directed towards the final diagnosis. On the other hand, differential diagnosis of acute appendicitis is also very much and worthy of attention because finding a natural appendix in a disease that has been surgically diagnosed with acute appendicitis is the beginning of a search for other causes of abdominal pain. In the meantime, omental torsion is a relatively rare diagnosis that usually goes unnoticed. By noticing this diagnosis and paying attention to its almost constant prognosis (serum -serous fluid exudation as soon as the peritoneum is opened), we can prevent the wrong diagnosis and treatment. Patient introduction: In this article, a 12-year-old boy with acute abdomen was diagnosed as an appendectomy. Ultimately, the omental torsion was the cause of abdominal pain. Conclusion: By recognizing this diagnosis and paying attention to its almost constant manifestation, it is possible to prevent the diagnosis and treatment from being erroneous.
Keyword: Pain, Omental Torsion, Acute abdominal pain.
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