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474 Possible Causes for Artefact - Patient Movement, Rectal Examination Abnormal, Strangury

  • Ovarian Cyst

    Ovarian cysts are one of the most common gynecologic affections for females. The most effective therapy is surgery, but not for all conditions. An 18-year-old woman was referred to our hospital because of menstruation disorder and abdominal distension. Ultrasound and computer tomography of the abdomen revealed[…][]

    Missing: Artefact - Patient Movement
  • Chronic Prostatitis

    Zhu Ling, Qu Mai, Tong Cao, and Dong Kui Zi disinhibit urination and free the flow of strangury.[] Digital rectal examination and prostate-specific antigen abnormalities at the time of prostate biopsy and biopsy outcomes, 1980 to 1997.[] Strangury meaning small painful and frequent urinations.[]

    Missing: Artefact - Patient Movement
  • Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

    If the initial evaluation shows the presence of LUTS associated with one or more of the digital rectal examination (DRE) findings suspicious of prostate cancer, hematuria,[] Obviously, any further abnormalities require a full neurological history and examination.[] abnormal prostate-specific antigen (PSA), pain, recurrent infection (infection should be assessed before referral), palpable bladder, or neurologic disease, the patient should[]

    Missing: Artefact - Patient Movement
  • Hemorrhoids

    Physical examination is performed to confirm the diagnosis and includes a rectal examination where a finger is used to feel for abnormal lumps or masses.[] To confirm the diagnosis, your doctor may do a different examination to check for any abnormalities within the anus. This check is known as a digital rectal exam.[] The rectal exam may be deferred if there is intense pain or swelling.[]

    Missing: Artefact - Patient Movement
  • Acute Prostatitis

    […] digital rectal examination, prostatic ultrasound, post-void residual urine measurement and uroflow measurement [ 18 ].[] This examination involves a digital rectal examination to palpate the prostate gland and feel for abnormalities of the gland.[] Your GP will ask about the problems you're having and examine your tummy. You may also have a digital rectal examination (DRE).[]

    Missing: Artefact - Patient Movement
  • Ovarian Neoplasm

    On vaginal, abdominal, or rectal examination, a pelvic or abdominal mass may be detected in 88% of patients.[] A palpable ovary in the prepubertal patient is presumed to be abnormal because of the absence of gonadotropins.[]

    Missing: Artefact - Patient Movement
  • Prostatic Abscess

    Rectal examination may disclose prostate tenderness and fluctuance, but prostate enlargement is often the only abnormality, and sometimes the gland feels normal.[] […] digital rectal examination [ 6 ].[] […] tubercular abscess, urinary symptoms are absent or moderate, observed in 0.9 to 1.3% of cases [ 7 ] and prostate cancer is suspected in the presence of elevated PSA level and/or abnormal[]

    Missing: Artefact - Patient Movement
  • Urethritis

    The examination would reveal tenderness of urethra accompanied by tenderness in the lower abdominal region and abnormal discharge from the urethra.[] In many instances, a digital rectal examination would also be carried out. Some additional tests would also be required to confirm the condition of urethritis.[] In women, the abdominal and pelvic would be thoroughly examined.[]

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  • 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.[] However, there appears to be equally diagnostic quality imaging obtainable with a 3 T system using fast imaging acquisition without any patient preparation.[]

    Missing: Strangury
  • Prostate Rhabdomyosarcoma

    Prostate tumors Prostate tumors produce large pelvic masses, sometimes with urethral strangury and constipation. Tend to occur in infants and in older age groups.[]

    Missing: Artefact - Patient Movement