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Bimanual pelvic exam

Bimanual pelvic exam

Bimanual pelvic exam: A bimanual pelvic exam is an evaluation of the cervix, uterus, and ovaries with the middle and index fingers of one hand in the vagina and the other hand pressing down firmly on the abdomen.

Bimanual pelvic exam: Other Names

Other names for Bimanual pelvic exam include:

  • Bimanual exam

Symptoms Associated with Bimanual pelvic exam

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Diseases Associated with Bimanual pelvic exam

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Basic Information: Bimanual pelvic exam

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