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574 Possible Causes for Lower Abdominal Pain, Pelvic Mass

  • Ovarian Cyst

    A woman of 46-year-old was admitted with the history of lower abdominal pain, bleeding per vaginum and irregular menstrual cycles for last 6 months.[] She was also found to have a pelvic mass and an exploratory laparotomy revealed left ovarian cancer.[] Majority of the ovarian cysts are asymptomatic or present with vague lower abdominal pain, whereas the presentation of a large ovarian cyst as an inguinolabial swelling as[]

  • Endometriosis

    This was associated with cyclical lower abdominal pains, abdominal swelling, and weight loss.[] Following removal of the pelvic masses with laparotomy, the histological exam revealed an endometriosis.[] Endometriosis should be part of the differential diagnosis of chronic pelvic/lower abdominal pain in premenarcheal girls.[]

  • Uterine Fibroid

    We present a case of a 37-year-old white nullipara who presented in the emergency room with acute, lower-abdominal pain which reportedly started after riding over a bump on[] Leiomyomas must be remembered as an important differential diagnosis of pelvic mass in adolescents.[] […] abdomen, lower abdominal pain; increase in size around the waist and change in abdominal contour...[]

  • Ectopic Pregnancy

    A case of a 30 years-old woman admitted for lower abdominal pain is reported.The level of hCG was 659.2 mU/mL and transvaginal ultrasound reveled a fluid collection in the[] CT scan showed a left pelvic mass compatible with a tubo-ovarian abscess.[] She had amenorrhea, left lower abdominal pain, but no vaginal bleeding.[]

  • Tubo-Ovarian Abscess

    A 39-year-old multipara was admitted to hospital with lower abdominal pain. She had used an intrauterine device (IUD) for 10 years.[] A virginal adolescent female with no prior medical history presented with a large pelvic mass which proved to be a TOA.[] At this admission, she presented with complaints of, lower abdominal pain and fever.[]

  • Pelvic Actinomycosis

    Three women with intrauterine devices (IUD) each presented with lower abdominal pain and pelvic mass, and elevated white blood cell count and C-reactive protein.[] The actinomycosis appeared as a malignant pelvic mass with invasion into the sigmoid and left ureter, with high-grade stenosis of these structures.[] The patient presented with lower abdominal pain to the gynecology clinic and was found to have a pelvic tumor. She had no history of intrauterine device use.[]

  • Cystitis

    Severe lower abdominal pain that intensifies as the urinary bladder fills or empties. IC affects men and women of all racial and ethnic backgrounds and ages.[] The physical examination should include an abdominal and pelvic examination noting masses, tenderness, and presence of hernias.[] Symptoms of cystitis include: A burning sensation whilst urinating Cloudy, bloody or strong-smelling urine Frequent urge to urinate, and Lower abdominal pain.[]

  • Acute Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

    An optimal set of PID indicators consisted of adnexal tenderness, lower abdominal pain of one week's duration and an elevated white blood cell count.[] […] tenderness, rebound tenderness, lower abdominal/pelvic mass (in the setting of a tuboovarian abscess), cervical excitation tenderness on bimanual examination All women presenting[] Eighty-five women presenting with the chief complaint of lower abdominal pain were entered into the study; all patients were examined by one of the principal investigators[]

  • Hematocolpos

    The second case presented with syncope and bilateral lower abdominal pain.[] The embryogenesis of müllerian duct abnormalities, associated clinical findings, including abdominal tenderness and pelvic mass, diagnostic modalities of cystoscopy, excretory[] Primary amenorrhea and cyclical lower abdominal pain are the chief presenting complaints of hematocolpos .[]

  • Ovarian Torsion

    lower quadrant abdominal pain.[] Ultrasound revealed a large 17 x 20 cm pelvic mass with solid and cystic components.[] We present a case of a 68-year-old woman with sudden onset of lower abdominal pain 6 h before arrival at the emergency department (ED).[]

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