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48 year old woman presented with right abdominal pain...

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asked Mar 4, 2014 in General Surgery by Rajesh Bahara
48 year old woman presented with right abdominal pain, nausea & vomiting. On examination she had tenderness in the right hypochondrial area. Investigations showed high WBC count, high alkaline phosphatase & high bilirubin level. The most likely diagnosis is:

a) Acute cholecystitis
b) Acute appendicitis
c) Perforated peptic ulcer
d) Acute pancreatitis

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a) Acute cholecystitis
answered Mar 4, 2014 by Rajesh Bahara
commented Mar 5, 2014 by anonymous
in Acute cholecystitis RUQ Colic,Fever and elevated WBC will be seen and in choledocholithiasis and ascending cholangitis along with above symptoms raised total Bilirubin and alk.Phosphatase.

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