1. Evaluate the several different causes of acute pelvic pain and identify the presence of life-threatening conditions.
2. Determine the most efficient lab/imaging tests for diagnosis.
3. Differentiate the most common signs and symptoms of urologic emergencies to provide treatment, including. neoplastic disease, prostatitis, priapism, hematuria and urinary retention.
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Vu-Kiet Tran, MD, FCFP, MHSc, MBA, Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine Division, DFCM, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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