Further observations, mainly serological, on a cohort of women with or without pelvic inflammatory disease.

@article{TaylorRobinson2009FurtherOM,
  title={Further observations, mainly serological, on a cohort of women with or without pelvic inflammatory disease.},
  author={David Taylor-Robinson and C M Stacey and J\orgen Skov Jensen and Brenda Thomas and Pat E Munday},
  journal={International journal of STD & AIDS},
  year={2009},
  volume={20 10},
  pages={712-8}
}
An analysis was undertaken of data pertaining to over 100 women with lower abdominal pain who were laparoscoped. Prior to laparoscopy, 11 of the women were considered to almost certainly have salpingitis, of whom six (55%) had salpingitis at laparoscopy; 17 to probably have salpingitis, of whom six (35%) did; 28 to possibly have salpingitis, of whom five (18%) did; and 56 to be very unlikely to have salpingitis, of whom five (9%) did. Of the 22 women who had salpingitis at laparoscopy, 14 (64… CONTINUE READING
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