Appendicitis is an irritation of the appendix, a 3 1/2-inch-long container of tissue that reaches out from the digestive organ. Nobody is totally sure what the capacity of the appendix is. One thing we do know: We can live without it, without evident results. An infected appendix is a medicinal crisis that requires brief surgery to remove the reference section. Left untreated, an inflamed appendix will inevitably blast, or puncture, spilling irresistible materials into the stomach depression. This can prompt peritonitis, a serious inflammation to abdominal cavity that can be lethal unless it is dealt with rapidly with antibiotics.
Related Journals of Appendicitis
Internation Journal of Emergency Medicine, World Journal of Emergency Surgery