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Perforated subhepatic appendicitis in the laparoscopic era

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Any innovation or advance in surgery has its pitfalls. The following case is presented to demonstrate how the management of an apparently simple case has been complicated in the modern surgical era.

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Kulvatunyou, N., Schein, M. Perforated subhepatic appendicitis in the laparoscopic era. Surg Endosc 15, 769 (2001).

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