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Alvarado score in the diagnostic of pain in the right lower quadrant.

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Summary of "Alvarado score in the diagnostic of pain in the right lower quadrant."

Acute appendicitis neither suspected nor diagnosed could develop a perforation or otherwise it would take to removing of a normal appendix.

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Name: Revista de la Facultad de Ciencias Medicas (Cordoba, Argentina)
ISSN: 1853-0605
Pages: 14568

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