Acute inflammation was found in one third (n=8), with phlegmonous inflammation and/or periappendicitis
in 4 of them (Figure 3B).
was defined as inflammation of the layers of the appendix wall, most commonly the serosa, with sparing of the mucosa.
Delayed small bowel perforation due to blunt abdominal trauma and periappendicitis
in a patient with situs inversus totalis: a report of a case.
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The vermiform appendix was dilated, with lymphoid hyperplasia and acute periappendicitis
. Special stains for acid-fast bacilli and fungi were negative for organisms.