Renal colic often presents with referred pain to the groin/scrotum

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Which of the following is true? Select one: a. Renal colic often presents with referred pain to the groin/scrotum because of peritoneal inflammation in the inguinal canal. b. Acute urinary retention can present with a profound bradycardia. c. Uterine prolapse is often accompanied with faecal incontinence due to disruption of the rectum angle with the pelvic floor. d. Testicular torsion is prioritised as a category four because it does not affect the intra-abdominal content. e. The majority of large bowel cancers present with bowel obstruction.

 

 

 

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