Case Study

A 28-year-old man presents to the emergency department with a complaint of abdominal pain. He appeared quite ill with nausea, cold sweats, and tachycardia. He had taken aspirin when he started feeling sick. The patient appeared slightly jaundiced and upon further questioning admitted that his urine has been dark and discolored that day. The preliminary impression was of acute appendicitis.

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