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Genitourinary presenting syndromes 

Genitourinary presenting syndromes
Genitourinary presenting syndromes

Michael J Darby

, Dominic A Barron

, and Rachel E Hyland

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date: 07 June 2020

Acute pelvic pain 204

Chronic pelvic pain 206

Acute renal failure 207

Haematuria 208

Hydronephrosis 209

Hypertension 210

Intermenstrual bleeding 211

Postmenopausal bleeding 212

Testicular pain 213

Acute pelvic pain is a common presenting complaint, especially in women. However, in addition to gynaecological causes there are many other aetiologies:...

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