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- ‘Physical findings include a normal or slightly enlarged uterus, pelvic pain with movement of the cervix and a palpable adnexal mass.’
- ‘Pelvic examination revealed a 6-to 8-week-sized uterus and a right adnexal mass.’
- ‘The study involved 152 women who had lower abdominal pain for up to three weeks and abnormal adnexal tenderness on pelvic examination.’
- ‘Ninety percent of adnexal masses involve the fallopian tube or ovary.’
- ‘A small, mobile uterus with no adnexal masses was felt.’
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