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Appendicitis Surgery and Malpractice
Discussion in 'All Categories' started by V K dhingra - Dec 7th, 2012 6:10 am.
V K dhingra
V K dhingra
Sir,
MY appendics is enlarged and it is putting me into many problems and pain in abdomen. a doctor sugested me to go for Appendicitis Surgery and Malpractice so is it helpful? and does it pain?
re: Appendicitis Surgery and Malpractice by Dr J S Chowhan - Dec 7th, 2012 6:12 am
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Dr J S Chowhan
Dr J S Chowhan
Hello Mr.dhingra,

Medical science needs more reliable means of diagnosing appendicitis. Commonly misdiagnosed and mistreated, appendicitis is a very problematic internal disease that requires special attention and prompt medical intervention. Due to the fact that appendicitis usually generates vague, non-specific symptoms, doctors are faced with a real challenge when it comes to diagnosing this type of disease. Lack of outwardly visible, clear appendicitis manifestations often leads to delayed medical intervention or, more commonly, unnecessary surgery. Recent studies indicate that the great majority of appendectomies are performed on healthy patients as a result of misdiagnosis.

The unspecific character of appendicitis symptoms renders clinical examinations inconclusive in revealing clear signs of the disease. In addition to routine physical examinations and blood analyses, doctors often rely on ultrasound tests, computerized tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in order to confirm the presence of appendicitis in patients. However, these medical techniques aren't always 100 percent accurate and under special circumstances they may actually be inappropriate.

For instance, computerized tomography scans can't be performed on pregnant women, as the procedure involves exposure to radiation, thus interfering with the normal development of the fetus. Although they are safer, ultrasound tests are not very effective in finding conclusive physiological signs of appendicitis in pregnant women or patients with certain types of internal disorders. Despite the fact that magnetic resonance imaging is one of the best techniques used in diagnosing appendicitis at the moment, this procedure also has its minuses.

However, a new, revolutionary scanning agent is now available for medical professionals. Neutrospec is a latest generation technique that promises to solve the existent issues in the process of diagnosing appendicitis. Neutrospec is a radio-labeled antibody that sticks to the membrane of white blood cells once it is injected inside the blood stream. The labeled white blood cells then indicate the site of infection, thus helping doctors in diagnosing various types of internal disorders that involve bacterial infections. The radio-labeled antibodies can be easily monitored with the means of a gamma camera, requiring no additional medical equipment. Unlike other blood scanning agents, Neutrospec allows doctors to monitor the activity of white blood cells right after the radio-labeled antibodies are introduced inside the body. Apart from being easy to use, Neutrospec doesn't require further blood manipulation and thus it is considered to be a lot safer than other scanning agents.

Neutrospec has been successfully used to correctly diagnose patients with latently evolving appendicitis and thus it is considered to be superior to other medical techniques that can't always reveal clear signs of such internal disorders. Even during its testing period, Neutrospec has proved to be a remarkable medical procedure for diagnosis. With the means of Neutrospec, more than 95 percent of patients with suspected appendicitis have been correctly diagnosed in less than an hour. Its ease to use, reliability and safety render Neutrospec appropriate for diagnosing various cases of appendicitis, minimizing the risk of misdiagnosis and unnecessary appendectomy.


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