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Case Report

A Rare Case of Chronic Appendicitis Superimposed on an Incarcerated de Garengeot Hernia Prospectively Identified on Computed Tomography

Table 1

Retrospective review of the clinical features and outcomes in perforated appendix within a femoral hernia.

ReportYearPatient age (years)GenderDuration of symptomsOutcome

Waring [21]189146F1 day (acute)Uncomplicated
2 years (chronic)
Hodgson [22]192570F8 monthsUncomplicated
Holiday and White [23]195357F2 weeksUncomplicated
Carey [24]196748M5 days (acute)Wound infection
5 months (chronic)
Gerami et al. [25]197071M5 monthsUncomplicated
Voitk et al. [26]197459
F
15 years
Uncomplicated
76F6 monthsDeath
Cuotolo et al. [27]197873F14 daysWound infection
Watkins [28]198172F6 weeksUncomplicated
Rose and Cosgrove [29]198872F1 weekUncomplicated
68F2 daysUncomplicated
Guirguis et al. [30]198980F5 daysNecrotizing fasciitis
Nguyen and Komenaka [31]200488M2 daysUncomplicated
D’Ambrosio et al. [4]200671F2 weeksUnknown
Piperos et al. [32]201283F1 dayUncomplicated
Hussain et al. [13]201486F3 daysUncomplicated
Ahmed et al. [9]201471M3 daysWound infection
Pritchard et al. [7]201792F1 monthWound infection

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