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2,748 Possible Causes for Artefact - Patient Movement, Low Back Pain, Rectal Examination Abnormal

  • Endometriosis

    This reduces imaging time, movement artefacts, is more comfortable for the patient and is easier for workflow coordination.[] Rectal examination shows no abnormalities. Insertion of a urinary catheter yields 30 mL of grossly bloody fluid.[] It can cause dyspareunia, dysmenorrhea, low back pain and infertility. A definitive diagnosis can be made only by means of laparoscopy.[]

  • Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

    Very occasionally there may be pain in the upper abdomen, and low back pain may occur too. The monthly periods may be altered.[] Pain during sex. Low back pain. Painful urination. Some women who have PID do not experience these symptoms and do not know they have it.[] Symptoms There is pain in the lower part of the tummy (abdomen) most often affecting both sides.[]

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  • Chronic Prostatitis

    Digital rectal examination and prostate-specific antigen abnormalities at the time of prostate biopsy and biopsy outcomes, 1980 to 1997.[] […] urination, weak urinary stream frequent need to urinate at night low back pain painful ejaculation pain in the perineum ( the area between anus and scrotum) pain in the testicles[] Other features may include low back pain, which may extend down the leg, mild bouts of fever and dysuria.[]

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  • Stage IV Prostate Carcinoma

    Of these men, 2,950 never had PSA levels greater than 4.0 ng/ml or abnormal digital rectal examinations — and so, normally, they would never have undergone a prostate biopsy[] , difficulty starting or stopping the stream, or dribbling low back pain pain with ejaculation your doctor will diagnose prostate cancer by feeling the prostate through the[] […] digital rectal examination findings.[]

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  • Acute Prostatitis

    […] digital rectal examination, prostatic ultrasound, post-void residual urine measurement and uroflow measurement [ 18 ].[] The signs and symptoms of Acute Bacterial Prostatitis can occur very quickly and they include: Fever with chills Nausea and vomiting Feeling tired Low back pain or lower abdominal[] Symptoms (sudden onset) Systemic symptoms Fever and chills Malaise Joint Pain ( Arthralgia ) Muscle pain (myalgia) Nausea or Vomiting Referred pain Low Back Pain Perineal[]

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  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease Type 1

    The aim of this study was to investigate whether patients with CD without rectal inflammation have abnormal anorectal function compared with healthy volunteers.[] back pain in the absence of radiological findings in IBD patients[ 12 ] indicating how history and physical examination should be the diagnostic tools.[] Methods: Fifty‐four patients with CD and 26 healthy volunteers were examined by anorectal manometry and answered a standardized questionnaire.[]

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  • Pelvic Neoplasm

    , pelvis, or low back: deep aching, colicky, constant with varying waves of intensity, or diffuse pain.[] In: Low back and neck pain: Comprehensive diagnosis and management. Elsevier Health Sciences; 2004. p. 482-8. 4. Bhattacharyya A, Das R, Darwani R.[] Sacral insufficiency fractures presenting as acute low-back pain: biomechanical aspects. Spine 1993; 18:2502 –2506 [Google Scholar] 27.[]

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  • Pelvic Abscess

    Nonspecific symptoms such as low back pain and fever delayed diagnosis, which may have led to secondary fractures.[] back pain accompanied by fever and leukocytosis.[] Abstract Two patients with pain referable to the low back and sacroiliac regions had bone scans with similar findings.[]

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  • Pelvic Actinomycosis

    Pelvic actinomycosis is a chronic suppurative inflammatory disease caused by the anaerobic Gram-positive bacilli Actinomyces israelii. The propensity of this disease to simulate gynecological malignancies has been described previously. The great majority of these patients were diagnosed with actinomycotic diseases[…][]

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  • Ovarian Cyst

    Larger cysts are more likely to cause signs and symptoms such as: Pain in the abdomen, pelvis, sometimes radiating to the low back, is the most common symptom Feeling of bloating[] Irregular menstrual periods A feeling of lower abdominal or pelvic pressure or fullness Chronic pelvic pain or low back pain throughout the menstrual cycle Pelvic pain following[] low back pain throughout the menstrual cycle Pelvic pain following exercise or vigorous activity Pain or pressure with urination or bowel movement Nausea and vomiting Vaginal[]

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