Lynn Gordon's 52 Fun Things to Do in the Car PDF

By Lynn Gordon

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By contrast, pain which has been present for a week or more without evidence of peritoneal irritation is less likely to be appendicitis (as long as a pelvic appendix has been ruled out). Shifting of Pain Movement of pain away from a vague central location to one or other side is often indicative Mercury poisoning Lower lobe pneumonia Torsion of testis Tonsillitis Diabetes Septic arthritis of hip Fig. 7 Extra-abdominal illnesses causing abdominal pain The History 25 Exacerbating and Relieving Factors Associated Features The child with colic is restless and may writhe around unable to obtain a position of comfort.

The second major sign of peritonitis is tenderness. Tenderness is most marked in the region of the primary pathology (Fig. 17), but as the process extends to other parts of the peritoneal cavity, the tenderness becomes more widespread. Progression and extension of tenderness are suggestive of peritonitis. Tenderness is most marked if the inflammation is close to the area palpated (Fig. 18). Appendicitis 31 The demonstration of rebound tenderness as performed in an adult is not justified in the child because it provides unreliable information and, if peritonitis is present, is cruel.

This makes the aorta and the transverse colon easy to feel compared with other organs, such as the adrenal glands, which lie to the side of the vertebral column. In infancy, the relatively horizontal direction of the ribs contributes to the normal liver edge being palpable below the right costal margin. The attachment of the membranous layer of the subcutaneous tissue (Scarpa’s fascia) to the fascia lata of the thigh produces the ‘inguinal’ skin crease (see Fig. 4 in Chap. 4). This crease is located below the inguinal ligament, which may be a trap in the localization of herniae in V A Fig.

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