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Harris L. Cohen, MD, FACR
Ultrasound in the Diagnosis of Clinical Complaints: Pelvic Pain in the Child and Adolescent
Harris L. Cohen, MD, FACR
08/09/2015 | Time : 35 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses the differential diagnosis in the female pediatric patient with pelvic pain. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will be better able to list a differential diagnosis for the female pediatric patient with pelvic pain, including both gynecologic and gastrointestinal origins such as hemorrhagic cyst, ovarian torsion, appendicitis and Crohn’s disease.

Topics mentioned in this video : Pediatric ovary, Ovarian and uterine pathology, GI origins of pelvic pain

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Keywords : abscess, acute pelvic pain, amenorrhea, appendicitis, cervical motion tenderness, color Doppler, Crohn’s disease, cul de sac, endometrioma, fallopian tube, follicular cyst, hematometra, Hematometrocolpos, hemorrhagic ovarian cyst, Hydrosalpinx, koala bear sign, ovarian cyst, ovarian dermoid, ovarian teratoma, ovarian torsion, ovary, PEDIATRIC, pelvic inflammatory disease, Pelvic Ultrasound, periappendiceal abscess, perorated appendicitis, PID, pyosalpinx, RLQ pain, Rokitansky nodule, salpingitis, salpingoophoritis, TOA, transperineal ultrasound, transvaginal ultrasound, tubo-ovarian, uterus

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