Published in Telemedicine Law Weekly, May 8th, 2004
"Pelvic pain (acute or chronic) is a common symptom in women of all ages. Ultrasonography is the least invasive investigative tool available to the clinician. Transvaginal probes produce high-resolution images of the pelvic organs, providing reliable and reproducible information without the need for a full bladder," scientists in England report.
"Common gynecological pathology involving the uterus, Fallopian tube and/or the ovary can be diagnosed with confidence. Non-gynecological pathology involving the bowel can also be diagnosed with accuracy, and will often be seen in the acute...
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