Welcome to your Bladder Pain Syndrome GTG

A. Interstitial cystitis
B. Hunner ucler
C. Bladder tuberculosis
D. Glomerulations
E. Cancer of bladder
F. Bladder pain syndrome
G. Nodular lesions
Each of the following Options describes various clinical diagnosis in woman presenting for cystoscope cystoscopy. For each patient select the single most appropriate diagnosis from the list above. Each option may be used once, more than once or not at all.

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A . 40%
B. 97%
C. 12%
D. 11.7%
E. 14%
F. 16%
G. 25%
H. 10%
I. 50%
J. 70%
K. 3%
L. 35%
Each of the following clinical scenarios below relate to percentages of woman presenting with Bladder pain syndrome. For each patient select the single most appropriate option from the list above. Each option may be used once, more than once or not at all.


5. 22 year old woman presents with pelvic pain, pressure or discomfort perceived to be related to the bladder, lasting at least 6 months, and accompanied by persistent urge to void or frequency, all other tests seems to be negative. She gives history of being treated for PID secondary to chlamydia at age of 16. This history is seen in

6. 42 year old woman presents with pelvic pain, pressure or discomfort from lasting at least 6 months, and accompanied by persistent urge to void or frequency, on detailed history - she says her pain is worsened with spicy food with bladder filling. Relieved by urination. What percentage of woman typically present with these features?
7. 37 year old woman presents with presented with pelvic pain, and urgency lasting at least 6 months, and accompanied by persistent urge to void or frequency, all other tests seems to be negative. She underwent cystoscopy. She has reduced bladder capacity with presence of Hunters ulcers . Clinical features with these signs are seen in
8. 34year old woman presents with presented with pelvic pain, and pressure lasting at least 6 months, she also complains of urgency, frequency and nocturia. Urodynamic studies confirm Detrusor activity with pain on bladder filling and reduced capacity. What percentage of woman present BPS with this coexisting condition?
9. Percentage of women with Chronic pelvic pain associated with BPS