A 19 year old lady P1,G1 presents with increasingly severe left lower quadrant abdominal pain. Pregnancy test is negative. Diagnosis? tt?

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If X-ray is right, and consider situs inversus were whole visceral organ are mirror image. We can entertain appendicitis (left lower quadrant). But what are other complaints, sign? and usg can help
Dextrocardia with situs inversus.
She has got cardiac transposed on rt. So all the organs may be in similar position, so we can expect Lt. Appendicitis. examination and evaluate.
Dextrocardia with situs inversus.. rule out renal colic, appendicitis or left ovarian cyst. Get an usg abdomen done.
dextracardic bt no other abnornality is appeared just rule out appendicities, renal colic etc
DEXTROCARDIA WITH SITUS INVERSUS EXCLUDE 1 ACUTE APPENDISITIS 2 SALPINGITIS
Dextrocardia Rule out Acute Appendicitis Ruptured Ovarian Cyst Ectopic Pregnancy
Normal xray abnormally placed or situs inversus with dextrocardia.
Dextrocardia with Sinus inversus
Detrocardia with situs inversus.

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