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Urological and gynaecological symptoms and physical signs 

Urological and gynaecological symptoms and physical signs
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Urological and gynaecological symptoms and physical signs
Author(s):

Huw Llewelyn

, Hock Aun Ang

, Keir Lewis

, and Anees Al-Abdullah

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199679867.003.0008
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date: 24 October 2017

Urinary frequency ± dysuria - Incontinence of urine alone (not faeces) - Incontinence of urine and faeces - Painful haematuria (with dysuria) - Painless haematuria - Secondary amenorrhoea - Excessive menstrual loss—menorrhagia - Intermenstrual or post-coital bleeding - Vulval skin abnormalities - Ulcers and lumps of the vulva - Lumps in the vagina - Ulcers and lumps in the cervix - Tender or bulky mass (uterus, Fallopian tubes, or ovary) on pelvic examination - Vaginal discharge - Enlargement of prostate

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