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Appendicitis an acute inflammation of the appendix, treated by an appendectomy
cholecystitis an inflammation of the gallbladder, treated with lithotripsy or choelecytectomy, symptoms nausea, vomiting, and pain.
diverticulitis an inflammation of the diversticula pushes the form in the intestines as the mucosal lining pushes through the surrounding muscles
hepatitis a viral inflammation of the liver, type a is highly contagious and is transmitted in food or water contaminated by the fences of an infected person
Pancreaitis an inflammation of the pancreas. the pancreatic enyzems begin to digest the pancreas itself
Hernia a rupture, occurs when a internal organs pushes through a weakened are or natural opening in the body well
diaphoresis excessive perspiration
pertonitis an inflammation of the abdominal peritoneal cavity, usually occurs when a rupture in the intestines allows the intestines allows the intestine contents to enters the peritoneal cavity
ulcer an open space on the lining of the digestive tract
ulcerative colitis a severe inflammation of the colon accompanied by the inflammation of ulcers and abscesses
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