Conditions of abdominal organs

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In the general population, 19,9% of people have chronic digestive diseases. That’s more than 2 million patients a year.

To maximize your chances while facing illness, Concilio’s medical team will assist you for all your gastroenterology needs.

Conditions of abdominal organs: causes and symptoms

Conditions of abdominal organs are characterized by abdominal pain whether intense, diffuse, sudden, ongoing, or intermittent. Abdominal pain can be accompanied by other symptoms, such as, diarrhea, fever, vomiting, or abdominal bloating.

Examples of conditions of abdominal organs:

  • Acute appendicitis, characterized by progressive pain with fever, nausea, loss of appetite, vomiting, etc.

  • Sigmoid diverticulitis

  • Nephritic (renal) colic

  • Gallstones

  • Biliary peritonitis

  • Biliary colic (localized pain on the right side of the abdomen)

  • Hiatal hernia

  • Crural hernia


Treatment for conditions of abdominal organs varies according to the nature of the affliction:

  • Acute appendicitis requires surgical intervention to remove the infected appendix. Antibiotics are also prescribed.

  • Intestinal infections, like gastroenteritis, are treated by resting the intestines by a special diet or fasting.

Why is it important to obtain the best care when you are ill?

Concilio enables you to access the best healthcare available to you. Our medical team will personally assist you to help you deal with any health issue.

  • In 45% of cases, your diagnosis or treatment plan could be optimized
  • 9 out 10 doctors prescribe unnecessary medical acts: surgery, repeat investigations, non-compliance with recommended best medical practice
  • All hospitals and clinics are not equal. Some are better suited to treating your illness than others.
  • Medicine is becoming more and more specialized. It can be complicated to obtain reliable medical information and ensure you get to see the medical practitioner that’s right for you and your condition

Fiche Conditions of abdominal organs

  • Author : Florian Reinaud, MD
  • Date :

1005 peer-recommended gastroenterologists have been identified by concilio