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Figure 1: A 35-year-old male diagnosed as a normal appendix on both reviewers' computed tomography reassessment. Contrast enhanced computed tomography image (a) shows appendiceal dilatation without other findings of acute appendicitis. Grayscale ultrasound (b) shows increased appendix diameter (7.6 mm) and mild appendiceal wall thickening. Colo Doppler ultrasound (c) shows mild mural hyperemia. The ultrasound diagnosis was acute appendicitis. The patient underwent appendectomy, and acute appendicitis was histopathologically confirmed

Figure 1: A 35-year-old male diagnosed as a normal appendix on both reviewers' computed tomography reassessment. Contrast enhanced computed tomography image (a) shows appendiceal dilatation without other findings of acute appendicitis. Grayscale ultrasound (b) shows increased appendix diameter (7.6 mm) and mild appendiceal wall thickening. Colo Doppler ultrasound (c) shows mild mural hyperemia. The ultrasound diagnosis was acute appendicitis. The patient underwent appendectomy, and acute appendicitis was histopathologically confirmed