2022
DOI: 10.3390/diagnostics12071693
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Abstract: Ultrasound technology with or without color Doppler allows a real-time evaluation of the entire female pelvis including gynecologic and non-gynecological organs, as well as their pathology. As ultrasound is an accurate tool for gynecological diagnosis and is less invasive and less expensive than other techniques, it should be the first imaging modality used in the evaluation of the female pelvis. We present a miscellany of non-gynecological pelvic images observed during the realization of gynecological ultraso… Show more

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“…Most often, diverticulosis is asymptomatic [ 117 ], but 15% to 25% of patients develop diverticulitis [ 118 ], which is usually the cause of abdominal pain [ 3 ], as well as the most common cause of non-traumatic colon perforation and elective colon resection [ 119 , 120 ]. Diverticulitis can occur in any part of the large intestine, most commonly in the sigmoid colon [ 121 , 122 , 123 ], which is why in females both transvaginal and transabdominal US examinations are useful [ 124 ]. On the other hand, it can occur in the small intestine as Meckel’s diverticulitis [ 122 , 123 ].…”
Section: Diverticulitismentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Most often, diverticulosis is asymptomatic [ 117 ], but 15% to 25% of patients develop diverticulitis [ 118 ], which is usually the cause of abdominal pain [ 3 ], as well as the most common cause of non-traumatic colon perforation and elective colon resection [ 119 , 120 ]. Diverticulitis can occur in any part of the large intestine, most commonly in the sigmoid colon [ 121 , 122 , 123 ], which is why in females both transvaginal and transabdominal US examinations are useful [ 124 ]. On the other hand, it can occur in the small intestine as Meckel’s diverticulitis [ 122 , 123 ].…”
Section: Diverticulitismentioning
confidence: 99%