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liver: quadrant
RUQ, left lobe LUQ
liver: Spanish
el hígado
liver: French
le foie
liver: Arabic
كَبِد
liver: Chinese
肝脏(gānzàng)
gallbladder: quadrant
RUQ
pylorus: quadrant
RUQ
duodenum: quadrant
RUQ
head of pancrease: quadrant
RUQ
right adrenal gland: quadrant
RUQ
upper pole of right kidney: quadrant
RUQ
hepatic flexure: quadrant
RUQ
ascending colon: quadrant
RUQ and RLQ
transverse colon: quadrant
RUQ and LUQ
spleen: quadrant
LUQ
stomach: quadrant
LUQ
stomach: Spanish
el estómago
stomach: French
l'estomac
stomach: Arabic
مَعِدَة
stomach: Chinese
胃(wèi)
body of pancreas: quadrant
LUQ
left adrenal gland: quadrant
LUQ
upper pole of left kidney: quadrant
LUQ
splenic flexure: quadrant
LUQ
right kidney lower pole: quadrant
RLQ
cecum: quadrant
RLQ
apendix: quadrant
RLQ
right ovary: quadrant
RLQ
right fallopian tube: quadrant
RLQ
right ureter: quadrant
RLQ
right spermatic cord: quadrant
RLQ
enlarged uterus: quadrant
RLQ and LLQ
enlarged bladder: quadrant
RLQ and LLQ
left kidney lower pole: quadrant
LLQ
sigmoid colon: quadrant
LLQ
descending colon: quadrant
LUQ and LLQ
left ovary: quadrant
LLQ
left fallopian tube: quadrant
LLQ
left ureter: quadrant
LLQ
left spermatic cord: quadrant
LLQ
esophagus: location of pain
substernal
esophagus: Spanish
el esófago
esophagus: French
l'oesophage
esophagus: Arabic
مَرِيء
esophagus: Chinese
食道(shídào)
diaphragm: location of pain
shoulder
diaphragm: Spanish
el diafragma
diaphragm: French
le diaphragme
diaphragm: Arabic
الحِجابُ الحاجِز
stomach: location of pain
epigastric
stomach: Spanish
el estómago
stomach: French
l'estomac
stomach: Arabic
مَعِدَة
stomach: Chinese
胃(wèi)
duodenum: location of pain
epigastric
gallbladder: location of pain
epigastric
liver: location of pain
epigastric
liver: Spanish
el hígado
liver: French
le foie
liver: Arabic
كَبِد
liver: Chinese
肝脏(gānzàng)
bile ducts: location of pain
epigastric
pancreas: location of pain
epigastric, midback
pancreas: Spanish
el páncreas
pancreas: French
le pancréas
pancreas: Arabic
بَنْكرِيَاس
pancreas: Chinese
胰腺(yíxiàn)
biliary tract: location of pain
right scapula
aorta: location of pain
midback
small intestine: location of pain
periumbilical
colon: location of pain
hypogastrium
rectum: location of pain
sacrum
esophagitis: location of pain
substernal
subphrenic abscess: location of pain
shoulder
peptic gastric ulcer: location of pain
epigastric
peptic duodenal ulcer: location of pain
epigastric
cholecystitis: location of pain
epigastric
hepatitis: location of pain
epigastric
hepatitis: Spanish
la hepatitis
hepatitis: French
l'hépatite
hepatitis: Arabic
اِلْتِهابُ الكَبِ
hepatitis: Chinese
肝炎(gānyán)
cholangitis: location of pain
epigastric
pancreatitis: location of pain
epigastric, midback
biliary colic: location of pain
right scapula
aortic dissection: location of pain
midback
obstruction of small intestine: location of pain
periumbilical
ulcerative colitis: location of pain
hypogastrium
diverticulitis: location of pain
hypogastrium
proctitis: location of pain
sacrum
perirectal abscess: location of pain
sacrum
gastric distension: maneuvers for ameliorating pain
belching
peptic ulcer: maneuvers for ameliorating pain
eating
pyloric obstruction: maneuvers for ameliorating pain
vomiting
pancreatic cancer, pancreatititis: maneuvers for ameliorating pain
leaning forward
pancreatic cancer, pancreatititis: painful organ
retroperitoneal structures
peritonitis: maneuvers for ameliorating pain
flexion of knees
appendicitis: maneuvers for ameliorating pain
flexion of right thigh
appendicitis: painful organ
right psoas muscle
diverticulitis: maneuvers for ameliorating pain
flecion of left thigh
diverticulitis: painful organ
left psoas muscle
diarrhea: ulcerative colitis vs crohn's disease
both
diarrhea: Spanish
la diarrea
diarrhea: French
la diarrhée
diarrhea: Arabic
إِسْهال
diarrhea: Chinese
腹泻(fùxiè)
hematochezia: ulcerative colitis vs crohn's disease
common vs rare
perirectal disease: ulcerative colitis vs crohn's disease
fissures vs fistulas, abscesses
rectal disease: ulcerative colitis vs crohn's disease
yes vs no
anal disease: ulcerative colitis vs crohn's disease
absent vs present
pain: cancer of right colon
ill defined
pain: cancer of left colon
colicky (worse with food)
pain: cancer of rectum
steady, gnawing
pain: Spanish
el dolor
pain: French
la douleur
pain: Arabic
تَوَجُّع
pain: Chinese
痛苦(tòngkǔ)
obstruction of small intestine: cancer of right colon
infrequent
obstruction of small intestine: cancer of left colon
common
obstruction of small intestine: cancer of rectum
infrequent
appearance of bleeding in stool: cancer of right colon
brick red
appearance of bleeding in stool: cancer of left colon
red mixed with stool
appearance of bleeding in stool: cancer of rectum
bright red coating stool
weakness due to anemia: cancer of right colon
common
weakness due to anemia: cancer of left colon
infrequent
weakness due to anemia: cancer of rectum
infrequent
under 20: causes of hematuria in a man
congenital urinary tract anomaly; acute glomerulonephritis; acute UTI
20-40: causes of hematuria in a man
acute UTI; kidney stone; bladder tumor
40-60: causes of hematuria in a man
bladder tumor; kidney stone; acute UTI
40-60: causes of hematuria in a woman
acute UTI; kidney stone; bladder tumor
older than 60: causes of hematuria in a man
prostatic disorder; bladder tumor; acute UTI
older than 60: causes of hematuria in a woman
bladder tumor; acute UTI
Epididymitis: usual age
any
Epididymitis: transillumination
no
Epididymitis: scrotal erythema
yes
Epididymitis: pain
severe; increasing severity
torsion of testis: usual age
under 20
torsion of testis: transillumination
no
torsion of testis: scrotal erythema
yes
torsion of testis: pain
severe, sudden
testis tumor: usual age
15-35
testis tumor: transillumination
no
testis tumor: scrotal erythema
no
testis tumor: pain
minimal or absent
hydrocele: usual age
any
hydrocele: transillumination
yes
hydrocele: scrotal erythema
no
hydrocele: pain
none
spermatocele: usual age
any
spermatocele: transillumination
yes
spermatocele: scrotal erythema
no
spermatocele: pain
none
hernia: usual age
any
hernia: transillumination
no
hernia: scrotal erythema
no
hernia: pain
none to moderate (unless incarcerated)
hernia: Spanish
la hernia
hernia: French
l''hernie
hernia: Arabic
فَتْق
varicocele: usual age
over 15
varicocele: transillumination
no
varicocele: scrotal erythema
no
varicocele: pain
none
herpes: appearnce
multiple papules; ulcers; vesicles
herpes: pain
painful
herpes: lymphadenopathy
present
herpes: Spanish
el herpes
herpes: French
l''herpès
herpes: Arabic
قُوَبَاء
herpes: Chinese
疱疹(pàozhěn)
condylomata lata: appearnce
multiple papules; moist; flat; round
condylomata lata: pain
painful
condylomata lata: lymphadenopathy
present
condylomata acuminata: appearnce
multiple papules; verrucous
condylomata acuminata: pain
absent
condylomata acuminata: lymphadenopathy
absent
molluscum contagiosum: appearnce
1 to 5 mm umbilicated papules; clusters; caseous material expressed from center
molluscum contagiosum: pain
painful
molluscum contagiosum: lymphadenopathy
rarely
typical patient age and gender: direct inguinal hernia
middle aged and elderly men
typical patient age and gender: indirect inguinal hernia
all ages
typical patient age and gender: femoral hernia
moslty women (rarest hernia type)
bilaterality %: direct inguinal hernia
0.55
bilaterality %: indirect inguinal hernia
0.3
bilaterality %: femoral hernia
rarely
origin of swelling relation to inguinal ligament: direct inguinal hernia
above inguinal ligament
origin of swelling relation to inguinal ligament: indirect inguinal hernia
above inguinal ligament
origin of swelling relation to inguinal ligament: femoral hernia
below inguinal ligament
path of hernial sac: direct inguinal hernia
directly behind and through external ring
path of hernial sac: indirect inguinal hernia
enters inguinal canal at internal ring and exits at external ring
scrotal involvement: direct inguinal hernia
rarely
scrotal involvement: indirect inguinal hernia
commonly
scrotal involvement: femoral hernia
never
impulse location: direct inguinal hernia
at side of finger in inguinal canal
impulse location: indirect inguinal hernia
at timp of finger in inguinal canal
impulse location: femoral hernia
not felt by finger in inguinal canal, mass below canal
vaginal dischargecolor: physiologic discharge
white
vaginal dischargecolor: nonspecific vaginitis
gray
vaginal dischargecolor: trichomonas
grayish yellow
vaginal dischargecolor: candida
white
vaginal dischargecolor: gonococcal
greenish yellow
vaginal discharge fishy odor: physiologic discharge
absent
vaginal discharge fishy odor: nonspecific vaginitis
present
vaginal discharge fishy odor: trichomonas
present
vaginal discharge fishy odor: candida
absent
vaginal discharge fishy odor: gonococcal
absent
vaginal discharge consistency: physiologic discharge
nonhomogenous
vaginal discharge consistency: nonspecific vaginitis
homogenous
vaginal discharge consistency: trichomonas
purulent; often with bubbles
vaginal discharge consistency: candida
cottage cheese like
vaginal discharge consistency: gonococcal
mucopurulent
vaginal discharge location: physiologic discharge
dependent
vaginal discharge location: nonspecific vaginitis
adherent to walls
vaginal discharge location: trichomonas
often pooled in fornix
vaginal discharge location: candida
adherent to walls
vaginal discharge location: gonococcal
adherent to walls
discharge at introitus: physiologic discharge
rare
discharge at introitus: nonspecific vaginitis
common
discharge at introitus: trichomonas
common
discharge at introitus: candida
common
discharge at introitus: gonococcal
common
vulva appearance: physiologic discharge
normal
vulva appearance: nonspecific vaginitis
normal
vulva appearance: trichomonas
edematous
vulva appearance: candida
erythematous
vulva appearance: gonococcal
erythematous
vaginal mucosa appearance: physiologic discharge
normal
vaginal mucosa appearance: nonspecific vaginitis
normal
vaginal mucosa appearance: trichomonas
usually normal
vaginal mucosa appearance: candida
erythematous
vaginal mucosa appearance: gonococcal
normal
cervix appearance: physiologic discharge
normal
cervix appearance: nonspecific vaginitis
normal
cervix appearance: trichomonas
may show red spots
cervix appearance: candida
pathes of discharge
cervix appearance: gonococcal
pus in os
incubation period: genital herpes
3-5 days
incubation period: primary syphilis
9-90 days
incubation period: chancroid
1-5 days
number of ulcers: genital herpes
multiple
number of ulcers: primary syphilis
single
number of ulcers: chancroid
multiple
appearance at onset: genital herpes
vesicle
appearance at onset: primary syphilis
papule
appearance at onset: chancroid
papule/pustule
later appearance: genital herpes
small grouped ulcers
later appearance: primary syphilis
round, indurated ulcers
later appearance: chancroid
irregular, ragged ulcers
ulcer pain: genital herpes
yes
ulcer pain: primary syphilis
no
ulcer pain: chancroid
yes
inguinal adenopathy: genital herpes
present, tender
inguinal adenopathy: primary syphilis
present, painless,
inguinal adenopathy: chancroid
present, painful
healing: genital herpes
w/in 2 weeks
healing: primary syphilis
slowly for weeks
healing: chancroid
slowlsy for weeks
recurrence : genital herpes
common
recurrence : primary syphilis
rare
recurrence : chancroid
common