bimanual pelvic examination

bimanual pelvic examination

Gynecology The use of both hands–2 fingers from one hand in the vagina, the other on the abdomen, which allows evaluation of the position, size, firmness, mobility of the uterus See Rectal examination.
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During bimanual pelvic examination, a large, solid, irregular, fixed pelvic mass was found which occupied the whole pelvis.
Bimanual pelvic examination as well as speculum examination to exclude pelvic organ prolapse should be performed.
The bimanual pelvic examination has not been proved to make any difference to women's health in the long run.