Acute PID

Diagnostic criteria; Minimum criteria for clinical diagnosis (one or more of the following minimum clinical criteria should be present) are as follows: Bilateral lower abdominal (uterine) tenderness (sometimes radiating to the legs) Cervical motion tenderness – Positive cervical motion tenderness is defined as increased discomfort from a normal pelvic examination, as stated by the patient. […]

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  10. All Shock Explained 9. Priapism Non-ischemic (high-flow) Ischemic (low-flow) Physical Exam Typically painless, not fully tumescent Painful, fully tumescent with corpus cavernosa rigidity without involvement of corpus spongiosum and glans penis Aetiology High-flow priapism is extremely rare and most commonly associated with antecedent trauma including blunt trauma, or resulting from needle injury of […]

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