A woman presents with a fluctuant non tender swelling at the introitus. The best treatment is: A. Marsupialisation B. Incision and drainage C. Surgical resection D. Aspiration  The Correct Answer is A. Marsupialisation The diagnosis in the question points towards the diagnosis of Bartholin’s cyst. Though both surgical resection and marsupialisation are used in the surgical [...]

A 65-year-old woman is admitted to the hospital for constant, severe abdominal pain that has worsened over the prior week. She has no other associated symptoms, such as nausea or vomiting, but has noticed that her daily urine output has sharply decreased. She has had a constant desire to urinate, but, when she tries, only [...]