Female Reproductive System & Breast

{"ops":[{"insert":"Diagnosis and reasoning"},{"insert":"\n","attributes":{"header":1}},{"insert":"Acute pelvic pain in a woman of childbearing age is an extremely common presentation in the emergency department, with a wide spectrum of differential diagnoses.\n\nA careful history and examination are key towards narrowing down the possibilities; the exact location of the pain is perhaps the most important point in this regard.\n\nKey causes of acute left lower quadrant pain include gynecological conditions such as ectopic pregnancy, rupture or torsion of an ovarian cyst, rupture of a corpus luteum cyst, adnexal torsion, and pelvic inflammatory disease (PID); as well as surgical conditions such as diverticulitis and ureteric colic.\n\nExamination reveals the presence of cervical motion tenderness and a left-sided adnexal mass, suggesting at a g"}]}

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