left lower quadrant

left lower quadrant

Physical exam The region of the body that contains the left ovary and adnexae and rectosigmoid colon
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For this patient with persistent focal left-lower quadrant pain and a defined trigger point near her Pfannenstiel incision, consider anesthetic injection in the left lower quadrant.
There was left lower quadrant tenderness, but discomfort on palpation was present over the entire abdomen.
The cecum and appendix were located in the left lower quadrant, and all small bowel segments were seen in the right upper and right lower quadrants (Figure 2b).
In February 2015, he presented to a local hospital with complaints of left lower quadrant abdominal pain suspicious for diverticulitis.
Cutaneous examination revealed multiple papules, plaques and nodules (ranging in size from 5mms to 7cms) over the left lower quadrant of the abdomen, superimposed on an indurated plaque.
A 44-year-old male presented with left lower quadrant pain, which had started 24 hours before admission to the 417 NIMTS Military Veterans' Fund Hospital of Athens, Greece.
A 27-year-old man presented to the emergency department of our institution with left lower quadrant pain that started 8 h ago.
In this present case, a solid mass measuring 4 x 3 cm in the left lower quadrant of the abdomen, and an image compatible with invagination in the same area, was detected using abdominal tomography.
During the physical examination, large mass with no certain margin was palpable in the left lower quadrant and pelvic region.
Our patient presented with a left lower quadrant allograft in the iliac fossa in which we would expect the hilum to be directed medially.
All had localized focal, non-migratory abdominal pain, most (75%) in the left lower quadrant.
The majority of small bowel was located in the right upper quadrant, suggesting malrotation; however, a focal distended loop of bowel was present in the left lower quadrant (Figure 1).