Lymphocytic infiltration of the wall

If lymphocytic infiltration of the wall is observed, it suggests chronic inflammation rather than acute inflammation. Chronic lymphocytic appendicitis, also known as chronic appendiceal inflammation, is a condition characterized by the presence of lymphocytes in the appendiceal wall without evidence of acute inflammation.

Chronic appendiceal inflammation can lead to nonspecific symptoms such as abdominal discomfort, bloating, and sometimes, recurrent bouts of pain. It is often an incidental finding during histopathological examination of the appendix.

Therefore, if lymphocytic infiltration of the wall is observed, the most likely anatomic site for the condition causing this change remains: