TOA, cystic rupture
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1. Surgeon’s DDX for RLQ pain
2. Definition and Epidemiology
3. Causes of TOA
4. PID and TOA
5. Signs and Symptoms
6. IMAGE/ Ultrasound TOA
7. Computed Tomography TOA
9. DIAGNOSIS AND EVALUATION
Definition and Epidemiology
Tuboovarian abscess (TOA): Abscess involving the ovary or fallopian tube
Tuboovarian complex (TOC): Edematous, dilated infected pelvic structures without abscess formation
Pyosalpinx: infected fallopian tube
Women 20-40, peak 20-24
Causes of TOA
Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)
IUD (older devices, Dalkon Shield)
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Reich et al, “Laparoscopic treatment of tuboovarian and pelvic abscess,” J Reprod Med 1987, 32_747.