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RUQ abdominal pain

This is a @AGE@ @SEX@ with RUQ abdominal pain, consistent with . Differential diagnosis includes . Abdominal exam without peritoneal signs. No evidence of acute abdomen at this time. Well appearing. Moderate suspicion for acute hepatobiliary disease (includng acute cholecystitis). Less likely to represent acute pancreatitis, PUD (including perforation), acute infectious processes (pneumonia, hepatitis, pyelonephritis), atypical appendicitis, vascular catastrophe, bowel obstruction or viscus perforation. Presentation not consistent with other acute, emergent causes of abdominal pain at this time.



Plan: labs, UA, pain control, RUQ US , serial reassessment



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