Ultrasound evaluation of pelvic pain

Smbat Amirbekian, Regina J Hooley
Radiologic Clinics of North America 2014, 52 (6): 1215-35
Pelvic pain is a frequent complaint in women presenting to the emergency room or to a physician's office, and ultrasound should be considered the initial imaging modality of choice in the evaluation of women with pelvic pain. This article reviews the ultrasound imaging technique and provides a thorough differential of gynecologic and nongynecologic causes of both acute and chronic pelvic pain.

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