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ACR Case In Point

Test your clinical knowledge with the daily Case in Point program, which gives you the opportunity each weekday to work through a subspecialty case.


A 32-year-old male presents to the emergency department with a 2-day history of mostly right-sided abdominal pain that is becoming progressively worse. No chills, dysuria, or urinary frequency are reported. He has not had a bowel movement during this period but is passing flatus. His medical history is noncontributory. His temperature is 38 °C (100.4 °F), blood pressure is 146/98 mmHg, and pulse is 102 beats/minute. There is moderate tenderness to palpation over the right lateral flank and rebound with guarding on the right side of the abdomen. Urinalysis is normal.

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