#DiagnosticDilemma: What is your Diagnosis?
A 19-year-old woman presented to the emergency department with severe abdominal pain that had started 9 hours earlier. Rebound tenderness was present in the suprapubic and left iliac fossa regions on physical examination. A urine test for beta human chorionic gonadotropin was negative. A diagnostic laparoscopy was performed. What is the diagnosis?

A) Ovarian torsion
B) Paraovarian cyst torsion
C) Fallopian tube torsion
D) Broad ligament torsion
E) Uterine torsion

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Dr. C●●●●●a R●●●a g●●●a
Dr. C●●●●●a R●●●a g●●●a Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Fallopian tube torsion
Jan 30, 2020Like
Dr. V●●●●●●j D●●●i
Dr. V●●●●●●j D●●●i Legal Medicine
It obviously needs excision. As to which parts/organs/tissues exactly are included in the torsion can only be known on the operation table.
Jan 30, 2020Like
Dr. V●●●●●●j D●●●i
Dr. V●●●●●●j D●●●i Legal Medicine
The word ' exactly' in my earlier comment cannot be ignored.
Feb 16, 2020Like