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Ms. F, 48 years old, has been … to the hospital with severe abdominal pain. Earlier that day she had generalized abdominal pain, followed by a severe pain in the lower right quadrant of her abdomen, … by nausea and vomiting. That evening she was feeling slightly … to subside somewhat. Later that night, severe, steady abdominal pain developed, with vomiting. A friend took her to the hospital, where examination … lower right quadrant tenderness and mild abdominal rigidity. Fever and leukocytosis indicated infection. A diagnosis of acute appendicitis, with possible perforation, was … , with immediate surgery.
Ms. T, age 28 years, has … urgency, frequency, and dysuria recently, as well as an unusual odor to the urine. Urinalysis indicated a heavy concentration of Escherichia coli in the urine, some pus, and WBCs. Ms. T was … antibiotics, which she took for the first few days. This seemed to give her relief, but she then … taking the medication. Within a few days, the symptoms returned, but she decided to “just live with it.”