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Appendicitis: sources and notes

- Andersson RE, Meta-analysis of the clinical and laboratory diagnosis of appendicitis [archive], Br J Surg, 2004.

- Bickell NA, Aufses AH Jr, Rojas M, Bodian C., How time affects the risk of rupture in appendicitis [archive], J Am Coll Surg, 2006.

- Alvarado A, A practical score for the early diagnosis of acute appendicitis [archive], Ann Emerg Med, 1986.

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