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A middle-aged woman first presented with vague abdominal symptoms of bloatedness and change in bowel habits. Physical examination was otherwise unremarkable. A colonoscopic evaluation was performed, which demonstrated a possible appendiceal mass (figure 1). A CT scan of the abdomen and pelvis was performed, which confirmed the bulky appendix (figure 2).
In view of the indeterminate nature of the lesion and inability to rule out an underlying neoplastic process, the patient …
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