Uterine torsion: a missed diagnosis in young girls?

Abstract

BACKGROUND Uterine torsion is considered exceedingly rare in childhood. Nonspecific symptoms of acute torsion may result in missed diagnosis with long-term complications. We report three girls with uterine torsion and argue that the condition is more common than reported. CASES Three girls were referred with complex utero-adnexal structural abnormalities… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jpag.2007.10.006

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