Acute pelvic pain in young women. A modern look at the problem
The article is devoted to the main causes for the formation of pelvic pain syndrome in women, some etiological factors of the mechanism of its formation are depicted. A special analysis is devoted to the importance of differentiating surgical and gynecological pathologies in the formation of pelvic pain syndrome in women of different ages. The importance of appendiculargenital syndrome in maintaining the reproductive health of the younger generation is determined. A pathogenetically substantiated stepbystep algorithm of diagnostic and therapeutic measures based on a multidisciplinary approach to pathology is proposed.
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