Pediatric Surgery specialist Prof. Dr. Mevlit Korkmaz emphasized that the most prominent and common complaints were persistent abdominal pain, loss of appetite and vomiting. PARENTAL FOLLOW-UP IS IMPORTANT Prof. Dr. Korkmaz said, “Complaints start with constant abdominal pain and loss of appetite. It continues with vomiting several times. Patients may have fever that is not very high, and increased abdominal pain when getting up, walking, coughing. Examination findings are very important in diagnosis and they…"Viral infections can cause appendicitis"