Resultados: 4

    ACR appropriateness criteria postmenopausal acute pelvic pain

    J. Am. Coll. Radiol; 18 (supl. 5), 2021
    Acute pelvic pain is a common presenting complaint in both the emergency room and outpatient settings. Pelvic pain of gynecologic origin in postmenopausal women occurs less frequently than in premenopausal women; however, it has important differences in etiology. The most common causes of postmenopausal ...

    ACR appropriateness criteria second and third trimester screening for fetal anomaly

    J. Am. Coll. Radiol; 18 (supl. 5), 2021
    The Appropriateness Criteria for the imaging screening of second and third trimester fetuses for anomalies are presented for fetuses that are low risk, high risk, have had soft markers detected on ultrasound, and have had major anomalies detected on ultrasound. The American College of Radiology Appropria...

    Guideline No. 404: initial investigation and management of benign ovarian masses

    J. obstet. gynaecol. Can; 42 (8), 2020
    To provide recommendations for a systematic approach to the initial investigation and management of a benign ovarian mass and facilitate patient referral to a gynaecologic oncologist for management....

    Guideline No. 403: initial investigation and management of adnexal masses

    J. obstet. gynaecol. Can; 42 (8), 2020
    To aid primary care physicians, emergency medicine physicians, and gynaecologists in the initial investigation of adnexal masses, defined as lumps that appear near the uterus or in or around ovaries, fallopian tubes, or surrounding connective tissue, and to outline recommendations for identifying women w...