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R.Kelly Hospitalized :Appendicitis

This is a discussion on R.Kelly Hospitalized :Appendicitis within the R. Kelly News & Announcements forums, part of the R. Kelly Discussion category; http://www.suntimes.com/entertainmen...020607.article R. Kelly hospitalized ( http://www.suntimes.com/entertainment/people/245751,rkelly020607.article ) February 6, 2007 BY ERIC HERMAN Staff Reporter R&B star R. Kelly has ...

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    http://www.suntimes.com/entertainmen...020607.article

    R. Kelly hospitalized
    (http://www.suntimes.com/entertainment/people/245751,rkelly020607.article)

    February 6, 2007

    BY ERIC HERMAN Staff Reporter

    R&B star R. Kelly has been hospitalized in Miami with appendicitis, his lawyer said. He will miss a Wednesday court date in his child pornography case as a result.
    “It’s appendicitis,” said defense lawyer Ed Genson.
    Assistant Cook County State’s Attorney Shauna Boliker said Kelly was in Miami for the Super Bowl. He no longer needs permission in advance to travel out of state, she said, under a ruling by Judge Vincent Gaughan.
    Boliker said Kelly’s court date would proceed as planned Wednesday. </STRONG>





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    i hope he's okay. maybe i should go down there and be his SPECIAL nurse.

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    OUCH! I heard those hurt. Get well soon.
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    Wow. GET WELL SOON.

    all these collabs, videos and money he is making for other (and himself of course) artists must have gotten to him. ;)
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    Hope he gets well soon too.

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    Hopefully he is okay
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    What is the appendix?

    The appendix is a closed-ended, narrow tube up to several inches in length that attaches to the cecum (the first part of the colon) like a worm. (The anatomical name for the appendix, vermiform appendix, means worm-like appendage.) The inner lining of the appendix produces a small amount of mucus that flows through the open center of the appendix and into the cecum. The wall of the appendix contains lymphatic tissue that is part of the immune system for making antibodies. Like the rest of the colon, the wall of the appendix also contains a layer of muscle, but the muscle is poorly developed.
    What is appendicitis?

    Appendicitis means inflammation of the appendix. It is thought that appendicitis begins when the opening from the appendix into the cecum becomes blocked. The blockage may be due to a build-up of thick mucus within the appendix or to stool that enters the appendix from the cecum. The mucus or stool hardens, becomes rock-like, and blocks the opening. This rock is called a fecalith (literally, a rock of stool). At other times, the lymphatic tissue in the appendix may swell and block the appendix. After the blockage occurs, bacteria which normally are found within the appendix begin to invade (infect) the wall of the appendix. The body responds to the invasion by mounting an attack on the bacteria, an attack called inflammation. An alternative theory for the cause of appendicitis is an initial rupture of the appendix followed by spread of bacteria outside the appendix.. The cause of such a rupture is unclear, but it may relate to changes that occur in the lymphatic tissue, for example, inflammation, that line the wall of the appendix.)
    If the inflammation and infection spread through the wall of the appendix, the appendix can rupture. After rupture, infection can spread throughout the abdomen; however, it usually is confined to a small area surrounding the appendix (forming a peri-appendiceal abscess).
    Sometimes, the body is successful in containing ("healing") the appendicitis without surgical treatment if the infection and accompanying inflammation do not spread throughout the abdomen. The inflammation, pain and symptoms may disappear. This is particularly true in elderly patients and when antibiotics are used. The patients then may come to the doctor long after the episode of appendicitis with a lump or a mass in the right lower abdomen that is due to the scarring that occurs during healing. This lump might raise the suspicion of cancer.
    What are the complications of appendicitis?

    The most frequent complication of appendicitis is perforation. Perforation of the appendix can lead to a periappendiceal abscess (a collection of infected pus) or diffuse peritonitis (infection of the entire lining of the abdomen and the pelvis). The major reason for appendiceal perforation is delay in diagnosis and treatment. In general, the longer the delay between diagnosis and surgery, the more likely is perforation. The risk of perforation 36 hours after the onset of symptoms is at least 15%. Therefore, once appendicitis is diagnosed, surgery should be done without unnecessary delay.
    A less common complication of appendicitis is blockage of the intestine. Blockage occurs when the inflammation surrounding the appendix causes the intestinal muscle to stop working, and this prevents the intestinal contents from passing. If the intestine above the blockage begins to fill with liquid and gas, the abdomen distends and nausea and vomiting may occur. It then may be necessary to drain the contents of the intestine through a tube passed through the nose and esophagus and into the stomach and intestine.
    A feared complication of appendicitis is sepsis, a condition in which infecting bacteria enter the blood and travel to other parts of the body. This is a very serious, even life-threatening complication. Fortunately, it occurs infrequently.
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    Hope he gets well soon too.
    I cosign....i hope he gets well soon
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    Damn I hope he is ok. I can't stand the fact that my favorite singer is injured ya digg.
    Baby I never meant to clip your wings, Now I'm wishing you could fly right back to me. - R. Kelly

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    Well, they were not reporting it here in Miami. So I'm surprise to here that. But then again he was drinking heavily when I saw him at Club Space. He is mostly likely staying in two possible places Mt. Sinai or Mercy Hospital. Most celebrities head there.

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