The symptoms of appendicitis have an unspecific character, referring sometimes to the whole intestinal region and sometimes to the local region. The general symptoms of appendicitis have an unspecific character, referring sometimes to the whole intestinal region and sometimes to the local region. The unspecific character of the symptoms of appendicitis implies a wide range of unspecific alternatives, some of them apparently quite superficial andmediate. Appendicitis may at times be acute or chronic.
Although the general symptoms of appendicitis have an unspecific character, there are cases when the symptoms of appendicitis are highly specific. In particular, those persons highly sensitive to infection and sometimes to the antibiotics will develop acute appendicitis, while others may develop chronic appendicitis, after recurring from a period of immunocompromised immunity. Acute appendicitis is more frequent and acute appendicitis is less frequent. The ratio of the incidence between acute and chronic appendicitis is 2:1. Chronic appendicitis is less frequent than acute appendicitis. The incidence of chronic appendicitis is 1:10-1:7.
The general symptoms of appendicitis in acute appendicitis are intense, but they can reveal other pathologies. Some of the symptoms of appendicitis are loss of appetite, vomiting, diarrhea or constipation, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, vertigos, abscess and perforation of the appendix. Not all of these symptoms can be associated with appendicitis, since there can be many Other Causes of Abdominal Pain, Detection of which may be done by the routine physical examinations.
In diagnosing appendicitis a medical history of the patient’s habits is of importance. The subjective symptoms of the patient’s mind are another diagnostic factor. The possibility of misdiagnosis of appendicitis strongly suggests that a particular physical abnormality is responsible for the symptoms of appendicitis.
Nutritional disorders such as low levels of vitamins B6 and niacin, low levels of folic acid, magnesium, zinc, calcium. Even a damage or a reaction to the central nervous system (CNS), may suggest an inappropriate treatment. The routine physical examination findings of abdominal pain, back pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and the improvement of appetite. This finding suggests a metabolic disease associated with the syndrome of inappropriate activity, inappropriate metabolism and the concomitant low stomach muscle acidity. Also, the finding of a rectal candidiasis.
The medical forms of the diseases of the heart, the blood vessels and the other nervous systems are not fully understood by the biochemists. However, a close study of the physical findings of an appendicitis suspect suggests a hypermetabolic state, most often associated with the occurrence of a clinical syndrome of inappropriate activity, inappropriate breathing and excessive excretion of fluid.
The most common forms of treatment of appendicitis are the antibiotics.chlorhexidine, erythromycin, macrolides, iron supplements and anti- inflammatory drugs. The choice of the choice of antibiotics depends on the location and severity of the obstruction. The excretory process of the bowel makes an ultrasonic probe useful. A Purchase US patent (No.ivedoc20070009180) has been filed for the use of antibiotics for the prevention and treatment of Appendicitis. The new procedure can be used for excretory aliments, therefore avoiding the need of antibiotics and decreasing the duration of the treatment. The new procedure Hemo-autologous transplant is proved to be painless and free from all kinds of complications. The recovery of the appendix is within 4-6 weeks and the patient is able to enjoy the normal life soon.