Christopher Ruiz Case Summary

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Christopher Ruiz is a 54-year-old man who come in today for an assessment of abdominal pain and Cholelithiasis. The patient has a history of a cervical cone biopsy. The patient’s procedure was difficult and it was necessary a concomitant or subsequent laparoscopy. After the operation, the patient developed right lower quadrant abdominal pain. The pain has settled slowly, but

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