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Rectovaginal exam

Rectovaginal exam

Rectovaginal exam: A rectovaginal exam is an evaluation of the vagina and rectum with the index finger and middle fingers, respectively; the other hand rests on the abdomen and is swept down to the reproductive organs. This test may be performed following the bimanual pelvic exam of the reproductive organs.

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