Appendectomy versus antibiotic treatment for acute appendicitis.

  title={Appendectomy versus antibiotic treatment for acute appendicitis.},
  author={Ingrid Mha Wilms and Dominique Enm Suykerbuyk-de Hoog and Dianne C de Visser and Heinrich M. J. Janzing},
  journal={The Cochrane database of systematic reviews},
This Cochrane review has been withdrawn. The Cochrane review is out of date and included a retracted article in the analysis. Withdrawn by Cochrane Colorectal Group. A new update is expected. The editorial group responsible for this previously published document have withdrawn it from publication. 
Appendicectomy for Uncomplicated Simple Appendicitis: Is It Always Required?
Nonoperative antibiotic treatment of acute simple appendicitis is safe, feasible, and effective for properly selected cases, thus avoiding unnecessary surgery with its possible complications.
Management of Acute Appendicitis in Covid Pandemic- A Prospective Study of 25 Cases
A prospective study of 25 cases of appendicitis presenting during the Covid Pandemic between 15 March and 30 May, with an intent to try conservative management for all patients except in the presentations with complications like perforation, abscess or the presence of fecolith or poor response to conservative management.
Outcome of initially nonoperative treatment for acute simple appendicitis in children.
Outcome of initially nonoperative treatment for acute simple appendicitis in children is similar to the outcome in those who undergo immediate appendectomy, and Initially nonoperative management seems to be able to avoid appendectomy in 3 out of 4 children.
Can the Negative Appendicectomy Rate be Minimized?
Right iliac fossa pain is one of the most common presentations to the acute surgical take. The lifetime risk of having appendicitis is 7% 8% with an overall incidence of 11 cases per 10,000
Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on management and outcomes in acute appendicitis: Should these new practices be the norm?
As the COVID‐19 pandemic enters a second lockdown, patients should be encouraged to avoid late presentations, and surgical departments should continue using radiological imaging more liberally in guiding appendicitis management.
Abdominal Ultrasound and Its Diagnostic Accuracy in Diagnosing Acute Appendicitis: A Meta-Analysis
The present meta-analysis aims to assess the accuracy of abdominal ultrasound in suspected acute appendicitis cases in terms of sensitivity, specificity, and post-test odds for positive and negative results.
SARS-CoV-2 infection is not associated with a higher rate of post-operative complications in adult appendectomy patients in Peru: Cross-sectional study
Open surgical management of acute appendicitis with regional anesthesia in adults with pre-operative diagnosis of SARS-CoV-2 is feasible and not associated with an increased frequency or severity of post-operative complications, longer operative time, or extended hospitalization as compared to reports in similar patients without SARS.
Appendiceal neoplasms: evaluation of 4761 appendectomy specimens
Acute appendicitis is the most diagnosed intraabdominal pathology in emergency surgery meanwhile appendiceal neoplasms are infrequent and mostly detected in postoperative pathological work-up. In