Gynecologic Ultrasound Evaluation of the Nongravid Woman with Pelvic Pain

Bryann Bromley
Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinics of North America 2019, 46 (4): 581-594
Pelvic pain is a common condition. Many underlying gynecologic and nongynecologic conditions can contribute to this symptom. Pelvic ultrasound using comprehensive 2-dimensional interactive imaging techniques as well as color Doppler and 3-dimensional imaging optimizes the detection of inciting etiologies.

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