Right Lower Quadrant Pathology Including the Right Pelvis in the Pubertal Female
Pain in the right lower quadrant (RLQ) is common in children and represents a daily challenge for the clinician. This is even more difficult in the adolescent girl as the pain may have a gynecologic origin; furthermore, in girls, the psychological aspects are as important as the disease itself since their gynecologic future might be compromised.
KeywordsAdolescent Girl Ovarian Cyst Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Adnexal Mass Ovarian Torsion
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