A woman in her 40s is seen in the ED for severe, recurrent pelvic pain. She is s/p endometrial ablation 8 months ago. What does the ultrasound show?
The patient is 42-years-old, G2P1 and presents with 1 week of vaginal spotting, 4 days of pelvic pain. Review the ultrasound and lab findings. What's your diagnosis?
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The 62-year-old describes lower abdominal “pressure” and using 2 pads/day; she reports a recent UTI. Review lab results and CT scan. What’s your diagnosis?
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A new study assessed which aspects of common menopausal symptoms (ie, vasomotor, physical, psychosocial) are the strongest predictors of poor quality of life.
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