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Research Article

Reasons for Undesirable Pregnancy Outcomes among Women with Appendicitis: The Experience of a Tertiary Center

Table 1

Descriptive statistics of categorical variables.

VariablesNumber (percent)

Pregnancy137 (47.4%)
229 (37.2%)
35 (6.4%)
45 (6.4%)
51 (1.3%)
81 (1.3%)

Total number of pregnancies125 (32.1%)
233 (42.3%)
310 (12.8%)
45 (6.4%)
53 (3.8%)
61 (1.3%)
81 (1.3%)

Multiple pregnancySingle74 (94.9%)
Twin3 (3.8%)
Triplet1 (1.3%)

NauseaNo48 (61.5%)
Yes30 (38.5%)

VomitingNo52 (66.7%)
Yes26 (33.3%)

Abdominal painYes78 (100%)

Hospital admission time interval1 day59 (75.6%)
2 days13 (16.7%)
3 days6 (7.7%)

USGNone1 (1.3%)
Yes77 (98.7%)

MRINone56 (71.8%)
Yes22 (28.2%)
Total78 (100%)

DUSGNegative22 (28,2%)
Positive56 (71.8%)

DMRNegative10 (45.5%)
Positive12 (54.5%)
Type of surgeryOpen41 (52.6%)
Laparoscopic37 (47.4%)
Total78 (100%)

Type of anesthesiaGeneral64 (82.1%)
Spinal14 (17.9%)

ComplicationNone76 (97.4%)
Headache due to spinal1 (1.3%)
Surgical site infection1 (1.3%)

BirthTerm64 (82.1%)
Preterm10 (12.8%)
Abortus4 (5.1%)

Abdominal ultrasonography; magnetic resonance imaging; diagnostic ultrasonography; diagnostic magnetic resonance imaging.

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