Acute Salpingitis (Pelvic Inflammatory Disease)
The incidence of acute salpingitis has increased over the past several years. Changes in sexual behavior and, to a lesser extent, the widespread use of intrauterine devices as a contraceptive measure are responsible for the increased incidence.
KeywordsAcute Appendicitis Fallopian Tube Acute Cholecystitis Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Vaginal Discharge
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