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Right iliac fosa pain syndrome

F. Savulescu, B. Merticariu, C. Cirlan


Abstract: Pain is the most common cause of presentation to the emergency room, more than 60% of cases. The order of the most common first six locations of pain when a patient goes to see a physician is: abdomen, lower back, chest, legs, cephalic extremity, and upper limbs. In the present review we present the features of the diagnoses that are characterized by pain in the right iliac fossa.
DOI:10.18643/gieu.2014.48

Keywords: iliac fossa, hemorrhagic follicular cyst, cefalic extremity

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