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Introduction And Graphs

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Introduction And Graphs

  1. 1. TITLE CLINICAL ASSESMENT OF Chronic Pelvic Pain
  2. 2. Principal Investigator Saad Zia Ahmed Khan Co-Authors Sardar Ali Khan Faizan Khan Sidra Shakeel Iqrah Zafar Supervisor Dr. Farah Asad Mansuri (H.O.D. CM) Institution (Karachi Medical & Dental College)
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION What is Chronic Pelvic Pain? “ Any Pain in the Pelvic ” region that lasts for more than 6 Months.
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION Etiology of Chronic Pelvic Pain? •Inflammatory •Proliferative •Spasmodic •Psychological Factors •GI Disorders
  5. 5. INTRODUCTION Investigations for Chronic Pelvic Pain •Lab Diagnosis •Laparoscopy & Imaging •Pain Mapping
  6. 6. RESULTS
  7. 7. DEMOGRAPHIC DATA
  8. 8. DEMOGRAPHIC DATA
  9. 9. PAIN INTENSITY GOVT. PRIVATE 84% 48% 28% 24% 11% 5% Mild Moderate Severe
  10. 10. CPP 27% CPP+Vaginal 3% 7% Discharge 56% 7% 27% CPP+Infertility 7% CPP+Mentrual Irregularities 3% 56% CPP+Dysmennorrhea 7%
  11. 11. PRESENTING COMPLAINTS COMPARISON 61% Urinary Disturbance 48% 1% Dysmennorrhea 12% GOVT. 7% PRIVATE Abdominal mass 25% 7% Vaginal discharge 48%
  12. 12. COLOR OF VAGINAL DISCHARGE 5% Yellow Purulent 30% Green Irritant White Curdy 2% 63% Blood Stained
  13. 13. COMPARISON COLOR 60% White Curdy 76% 1% Green Irritant 4% 39% Yellow Purulent GOVT. 20% PRIVATE
  14. 14. COMPARISON CONSISTENCY 42% 40% 42% 33% 20% 17% 5% 1% Thick Watery Watery and Thick and Sticky Sticky
  15. 15. COMPARISON AMOUNT GOVT. 18% PRIVATE Mild 19% 56% Moderate 30% 26% Copious 51%
  16. 16. ODOR & ITCHING 48% 45% 55% 52% PRIVATE 68% 32% 75% 25% GOVT. Secific Odor Odorless Itcing No Itching
  17. 17. ABORTION 13% 3% GOVT. 21% 10% PRIVATE Skilled Abortion Unskilled abortion
  18. 18. CONCLUSION

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