fallopian tubes Ectopic pregnancy is greater with women with PID pregnancy test

Fallopian tubes ectopic pregnancy is greater with

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fallopian tubes) Ectopic pregnancy is greater with women with PID – pregnancy test should be performed to rule out ectopic pregnancy Gonorrhea source – patients may have inflammation of Skene glands, Bartholin glands, and/or urethra – causes pain and dysuria Examination you will find:
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Abdominal tenderness Cervical motion tenderness Adnexal tenderness (usually near ovaries or fallopian tubes) Patient may have guarding and rebound tenderness Labs WBC’s and ESR elevated Cultures, gram staining & DNA testing will assist with diagnosis HIV testing should also be conducted Characteristics of Hydrocele, Epididymitis, Epispadias, and Hypospadias Characteristics of Hydrocele Scrotal tenderness and swelling Sensation of heaviness in the scrotum Inguinal hernia Soft, nontender fullness within the hemiscrotum Transillumination of the scrotum revealing a homogenous glow without internal shadows Characteristics of Epididymitis Inflammation of the epididymis Fast onset Urethral discharge preceding the onset (in some) One side Severe swelling of scrotum Exquisite pain High fever, rigors N/V Irritative voiding symptoms (frequency, urgency, pain) Characteristics of Epispadias congenital defect in which the urinary meatus is located on the UPPER SURFACE of the penis Characteristics of Hypospadius congenital abnormality in which the male urethral opening is on the UNDER SURFACE of the penis, instead of at its tip
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