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Path T4- Present Si

Presenting Si and Dz; bugs and Dz

Dysuria, Increased Frequency, Lower abdominal Pain (hematuria, urgency/incontinence) Cystitis (DIL!)
Painless Hematuria Urothelial Carcinoma
Fever, chills, dysuria Acute Bacterial Prostatitis
dysuria, low back pain Chronic Bacterial Prostatitis
difficulty voiding, hesitancy, nocturia, frequency Nodular Hyperplasia (BPH)
90% are asymptomatic, some with back pain Prostatic Adenocarcinoma
During pregnancy: hypertension, edema, proteinuria pre-eclamsia. If you add seizures/coma - eclampsia (toxemia)
1st trimester bleeding, toxemia, hyperemesis gravidum Complete hydatidiform mole
post-coital bleeding Invasive cervical cancer
dysmennorhea, dyspareunia Adenomyosis (non-neoplastic uterine condition)
dysmennorhea, mass, pelvic discomfort, infertility Endometriosis
Postpartum bleeding Placenta accreta/increta/percreta
Abnormal uterine Bleeding Loads of possibles, but think Endometrial Carcinoma if an older lady - chance for early detection
Irregular Menses Non-neoplastic cysts
Hirsuitsm, Obesity, Secondary Amennorhea (HO's) polycystic ovary disease
inflammation of testis/epididymis Gonorrhea, Chlamydia invade epi first, syphilis invades testicles first
balanoposthitis candida
(ascending) acute chorioamnionitis Strep B
(hematogenous) acute chorioamnionitis mostly unknown, but ToRCHeS implicated (toxoplasmosis, rubella, cytomegalovirus, herpes, syphilis)
acute endometriosis Strep A, Staph, Chlamydia
PID (salpingitis) Gonorrhea, Chlamydia
What is chronic endometritis associated with PID - so caused by Gonorrhea, Chlamydia (STD)
cystitis Often fecal flora: mycoplasma, chlamydia, adenovirus, schistosoma, candida, mycobacterium tb
Created by: mcafej02



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