Chandelier sign



A colloquial term for the severe pain experience by a female patient during pelvic examination for cervical motion tenderness, characteristic of pelvic inflammatory disease.


The term is originally used to describe a woman with pelvic inflammatory disease that during her pelvic examination she responds by reaching upwards toward the ceiling as if to relieve herself from pain.

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