Ovarian torsion (OT) is a gynecologic emergency often difficult to diagnose in premenarchal girls. While previous studies have assessed the utility of ultrasound in diagnosing OT in premenarchal patients, none have limited the analysis to surgically confirmed diagnosis of OT. The aim of this study is to describe sonographic predictors of surgically proven OT in premenarchal girls, compared to those whose adnexal surgery confirmed no OT.
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