A 40-year-old pregnant woman presented to surgical OPD with short history of pain in the right hypochondrium radiating to the back. She also complains of nausea and vomiting associated with this episode of pain. What is the likely diagnosis?
  1. Acute cholecystitis
  2. Acute pancreatitis
  3. Peritonitis
  4. Gastritis
Answer- A - The most likely diagnosis is Acute Cholecystits, because pain occurs in right hypochondrium or epigastrium in Acute Cholecystitis, which radiates to the back because of similar nerve supply. Moreover, nausea and vomiting are also present in Acute Cholecystitis.
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