The General condition of the patient

After the gathering of medical history details, proceed to an objective investigation. You should never limited to the study only diseased organs (in particular, of small pelvis organs). One must always remember holistic sick organism, about the sick woman, and so out of sight inquirer should not be lost either a General view of the patient nor the expression on her face, nor the behavior of (obligatory situation, the inability of some movements and so on), nor the condition of the skin and subcutaneous tissue. The state of the nervous and cardiovascular systems, respiratory organs - all this can have important value for the diagnosis and treatment of gynecological diseases. However, no matter how correct this requirement does not follow that it must be run so meticulously in all cases without exception. So, for example, no doctor will be in detail to find out the condition of all organs and systems of the patient in the presence of phenomena internal bleeding on the ground broken ectopic pregnancy, when the road literally every minute to save the patient from death.
Not limited to the study of only the small pelvis, not taking into account pale skin and mucous membranes (which is associated with large amounts of bleeding), the state of heart rate, breathing, lethargy reactions (collapse). It is absolutely wrong to confine diagnosis running cancer of the uterus, not taking into account the General condition of the patient (anemia caused by the prolonged bleeding, depletion), as it is sometimes determines the possibility of treatment of these patients. It would be criminal negligence when TB is suspected appendages to leave undiagnosed tuberculosis or glands, and suspected syphilitic lesions of the cervix is not notice of WASAPI and leukoderma on the neck, and so on