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11 Possible Causes for Obturator Sign, Ovarian Cyst Torsion, Psoas Sign Positive

  • Appendicitis

    Psoas sign was found to be positive.[casesjournal.biomedcentral.com] torsion Ovarian tumors Peritoneal dialysis catheter Prenatal ovarian cyst Reproductive anomalies Teratoma in undescended testes Testicular torsion in neonate Torsion of appendix[phoenixchildrens.org] […] indicates a positive obturator sign Rovsing's sign pressure over the descending colon causes pain in the RLQ Evaluation Labs absolute neutrophillic leukocytosis and left[step2.medbullets.com]

  • Retrocecal Appendicitis

    Psoas signs is present, with a negative obturator sign. Lab studies show a white blood cell count of 15.3, beta HCG is negative.[medbullets.com] A psoas or obturator sign is considered positive when contact between the psoas or the obturator muscle and the inflamed appendix elicits pain.[clinicaladvisor.com] In female patients, right-sided pain should prompt consideration of gynecologic processes: ovarian cysts (usually with hemorrhage), ovarian torsion, and ovarian masses.[jaocr.org]

  • Ovarian Torsion

    A positive test is pain with internal rotation of the hip. [37] Psoas sign , also known as "Obraztsova's sign", is right lower-quadrant pain that is produced with either the[en.wikipedia.org] Click here for the PDF - Ovarian Cysts & Torsion[pedclerk.bsd.uchicago.edu] Keywords: Ectopic Pregnancy , Ovarian torsion , Laparotomy , Pregnancy , Ovarian cyst Full-Text [PDF 216 kb] (427 Downloads) Type of Study: case report Subject: GYN Received[jbums.org]

  • Left-sided Appendicitis

    Obturator sign References [ edit ][en.wikipedia.org] The obturator sign is positive when passive internal rotation of the hip aggravates the pain of an inflamed appendix lying on the obturator internus, but, an ovarian pathology[intechopen.com] cysts, ovarian torsion, or advanced periappendiceal inflammation. 17, 20 CT involves radiation exposure and may require the use of contrast agents.[aafp.org]

  • Intraperitoneal Abscess in the Right Lower Quadrant

    Obturator sign: Pain elicited when the examiner passively performs internal rotation with the flexed right thigh. May be positive in cases of a pelvic appendix.[clinicaladvisor.com] . · Psoas sign : positive if i ncreased RLQ pain when patient lifts right thigh against resistance; indicates irritation of the psoas by an inflamed appendix 5.[my.ilstu.edu] Twisted Ovarian Cyst. Serous cysts of the ovary are common and generally remain asymptomatic.[intranet.tdmu.edu.ua]

  • Recurrent Appendicitis

    The obturator sign is positive when passive internal rotation of the flexed right hip in the supine patient produces RLQ pain These signs suggest inflammation of the psoas[clinicaladvisor.com] Gynaecological Ectopic pregnancy, torsion or rupture of an ovarian cyst, pelvic inflammatory disease.[patient.info] ) Obturator sign : RLQ pain with flexion and internal rotation of the right leg Pain in the Pouch of Douglas : pain elicited by palpating the recto-uterine pouch on rectal[amboss.com]

  • Chronic Appendicitis

    A positive test is pain with internal rotation of the hip. [37] Psoas sign, also known as "Obraztsova's sign", is right lower-quadrant pain that is produced with either the[en.wikipedia.org] […] colitis; in women: pelvic inflammatory disease, ectopic pregnancy, endometriosis, torsion/rupture of ovarian cyst, Mittelschmerz (the passing of an egg in the ovaries approximately[parasitetesting.com] The obturator sign (RLQ pain with internal and external rotation of the flexed right hip) suggests that the inflamed appendix is located deep in the right hemipelvis.[emedicine.medscape.com]

  • Cecum Diverticulum

    psoas sign.”[statpearls.com] cyst, abscess, or neoplasm Ovarian torsion Pancreatic disease Pelvic inflammatory disease Peritonitis Pseudomembranous colitis Renal disease Small bowel obstruction Ulcerative[aafp.org] Obturator, psoas, Murphy sign, and Rovsing signs were negative. Rectal exam was unremarkable.[clinicaladvisor.com]

  • Decreased Bowel Sounds

    Pain with extension of the right hip with the patient in left lateral decubitus position (psoas sign) and with internal rotation of the thigh (obturator sign) may be found[meddean.luc.edu] sign – pain with flexion and internal rotation of the right hip Psoas sign – pain with either passive right hip extension or active right hip flexion CBC with diff showing[physicianassistantexamreview.com] . · Psoas sign : positive if i ncreased RLQ pain when patient lifts right thigh against resistance; indicates irritation of the psoas by an inflamed appendix 5.[my.ilstu.edu]

  • Pelvic Appendix

    Extending the hip may cause knee flexion to move the inflamed appendix away from the psoas.[medschoolminutes.wordpress.com] cyst, ovarian torsion, PID, etc.) 2.[errolozdalga.com] Physical signs of Appendicitis Rovsings sign Psoas sign Obturator sign Aarons sign Straight leg raising sign Pointing sign Rebound tenderness Abdominal guarding Digital rectal[jotscroll.com]