Female Reproductive System & Breast

{"ops":[{"insert":"Diagnosis and reasoning"},{"insert":"\n","attributes":{"header":1}},{"insert":"Fever and lower abdominal pain is an extremely common presentation, and may be due to a wide range of surgical and gynecological causes.\n\nHowever, in practice, the most common conditions implicated are urinary tract infections (UTI), acute appendicitis, acute diverticulitis, and pelvic inflammatory disease (PID).\n\nIn this patient, the absence of urinary tract symptoms (such as frequency, urgency and dysuria) and the unremarkable urinalysis exclude a UTI.\n\nAppendicitis is clinically less likely, given the absence of anorexia and non-classical nature of the pain. However, atypical presentations are common, and this possibility should be kept in mind if the other conditions come up negative.\n\nDiverticulitis typically presents with left lower q"}]}

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