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Figure 2: A 44-year-old male diagnosed as acute diverticulitis with negative appendicitis on both reviewers' computed tomography reassessment and ultrasound repor t. Contrast-enhanced coronal reformatted computed tomography images (a and b) show cecal diverticulitis (arrow) and periappendicitis (arrowhead). On grayscale US (c), appendiceal diameter is within the normal range (4.3 mm). The patient underwent appendectomy by surgeon's decision. The pathological report was serosal congestion (negative appendicitis) period

Figure 2: A 44-year-old male diagnosed as acute diverticulitis with negative appendicitis on both reviewers' computed tomography reassessment and ultrasound repor t. Contrast-enhanced coronal reformatted computed tomography images (a and b) show cecal diverticulitis (arrow) and periappendicitis (arrowhead). On grayscale US (c), appendiceal diameter is within the normal range (4.3 mm). The patient underwent appendectomy by surgeon's decision. The pathological report was serosal congestion (negative appendicitis) period