IMPACT OF APPENDICITIS DURING PREGNANCY: NO DELAY IN ACCURATE DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT

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Ergashaliyev Akmaljon
Turgunov Boburjon

Abstract

Acute appendicitis is the most common non-obstetric surgical emergency during pregnancy. A rapid and accurate diagnosis of appendicitis is particularly critical in pregnant patients because non-perforated appendicitis can quickly progress to appendiceal rupture, which is associated with high rates of early delivery, miscarriage, and fetal loss. Acute appendicitis during pregnancy may be associated with serious maternal and/or fetal complications. To date, the optimal clinical approach to the management of pregnant women suspected of having acute appendicitis is subject to debate. The purpose of this retrospective study was to provide recommendations for prospective clinical management of pregnant patients with suspected appendicitis.

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