Chronic pelvic pain
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Chronic pelvic pain is a common presenting symptom to primary care physicians and radiologists. Pelvic ultrasound with transabdominal and endovaginal approaches are usually the first-line imaging modality. MRI may be performed as an adjunct test.
- non-cyclical pain (excluding endometrosis which is typically cyclical)
- pain of >6 months duration
Patients present with symptoms severe enough to cause functional disability.
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