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Is Ovarian Cyst With Mural Solid Component Malignant
Does fast growing ovarian cyst mean malignant? June 24th 3.4 CM septated cyst, july 19 6.3 cm, with smooth ovoid mural nodule, removing in 2 months
Not necessarily: But needs investigation stick with your doctors ...Read more
A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more
50 yrs; uniloculated rt ovarian cyst with no solid components of 10x8cm persisting for a year with no increase/decrease in size. Can it be observed?
Observation: A simple cyst even above 8 cm has a very low chance of being a cancer. Despite that fact, removal would be recommended because of the chance of it causing pain or torsion. If you do not want it out, that is your decision. You physical health must also be taken into account. ...Read more
3.5 CM left ovarian cyst w probable parovarian free fluid. Complex right ovarian mass w solid & cystic components & internal vascular flow. This bad?
Possible: Most malignant ovarian cancers are complex and multilocular / multiseptate. But many benign ovarian cysts also present that way as well. The only way to know for sure is to biopsy or remove the cysts for pathologic evaluation. ...Read more
Growing ovarian cyst: While I am NOT a gynecologist a "growing" mixed density ovarian cyst is of concern. A simple cyst — fluid filled is generally benign but a heterogenous cyst may represent something like an endometrioma — You don't list any symptoms but I would recommend that you see a gynecologist and consider having the cyst removed and analyzed to make sure it's not something of concern. Good luck ...Read more
Very painful heterogeneous ovarian cyst growing and looking more 'solid'. Should I be concerned? Generally feel rubbish with it all too.
Seek Gyn oncologist: It is usually recommended that a complex ovarian lesion "looking more solid" be carefully evaluated and removed for pathological examination (exploratory laparotomy or laparoscopic surgery) to rule out a malignant ovarian tumor. Although the risk of cancer is relatively low, it would be best to seek a consultation from and the expertise of a Gyn oncologist. ...Read more
Have two ovarian cysts on my LT ovary. 4.5cm simple & 1.5cm solid. Solid one has increased to 5.3cm. Nothing has been done, 2nd opinion? Alot of pain
What exactly is a complex dermoid ovarian cyst with an enhancing mural nodule? And how serious is it?
Not cancer: A dermoid cyst is a benign type of turmor containing multiple types of tissue and has a characteristic appearance under sonography. It will always have a complex appearance and the mural nodule is simply part of that. Most dermoids gradually get bigger and have to be removed at some point, but if it remains stable it could be watched. Surgery can be done day surgery with small incisions. ...Read more
Have 5cm ovarian cyst that is partially solid. CA125 is negative. What are chances it is cancerous? Dr says looks suspicious but reassured CA125 neg
Ca 125 no value: Most markers in the serum are Ca or carbohydrate antigens which have no diagnostic value. The can be absent from cancer or dx inflammation such as cirrhosis. A pure cystic lesion of ovary can be watch for possible changes. When there is trabeculation or any solid component the only diagnosis is when the ovary is removed, probably laparoscopally, the path dx made and treatment if necessary. ...Read more
How can radiologist tell the difference from a malignant and benign ovarian cyst on ultrasound. And is the sympthoms the same.
Radiologist can simply raise suspicion of malignancy based on imaging findings. These may include internal separation, solid component and presence of fluid in the pelvis.
This may alarm the gynecologist to further investigate the cyst. Final diagnosis is often based on surgical and histopathological evaluation. ...Read more
Having an ovarian cyst, possibly endometrioma, 5cm. This is recurrence after removing one a few mts ago by lap surgery. Any risk of malignant? Hope not
Ovarian cyst: A "hemorrhagic" ovarian cyst is not usually a cause for groin lymph node pain. Lymph nodes are usually painful in that area secondary to an infectious process (viral or bacterial). As ovarian cysts expand, the pain is lower abdomen, and aggravated by movement, bowel activity, sexual relations, etc.. You might ask your gyn about oral bcp to diminish the occurrence of such cysts. ...Read more
Ultrasound showed a solid ovarian cyst 5cm 6 weeks ago. Recent MRI says there's nothing. I feel mass by myself and have pain, too. What's happening now?
At the size mentioned, it should be palpable.
If truly gone, it was a cyst and the fluid is gone and absorbed.
If not an exam and possible ct may clarify. ...Read more
Diagnosed with a semi-solid ovarian cyst 6 weeks ago on left side now having lower abdomen swelling on right side could it be another cyst?
Yes: In short, yes, ovarian cysts can develop on either side one after another. Talk to your doc to make sure something else not missed. ...Read more
Could s simple 2 cm ovarian cyst on ultrasound that shows up as small enhancing cyst on ct scan be malignant in a premenopausal woman? No change in yr
Low chance: If the cyst is described as simple as there is only fluid inside. So no other growths inside the cyst. Simple cysts are almost always benign. The fact that it hasn't changed in a year is also a good sign. Overall, very low chance of being malignant. Ask your doctor to monitor it every year. ...Read more
My ovarian cyst has ruptured, im on high pain meds, and im still having severe pain in my ovaries/tubes, and im having a solid white discharge w/o odor?
I have two ovarian cysts, one complex and one mural nodule. They are very painful. I've had one in the past. Does this affect fertility/having kids?
Gynecology consult: Knowing a woman's age is a prerequisite to evaluate ovarian masses. I have not heard of a "mural nodule" in the context of ultrasound of the ovary. Complex cysts at times are benign ovarian masses, for example, a hemorrhagic ovarian cyst, which is the result of ovulation, at times they can be precursors of malignancy. The findings described should be discussed with a gynecologist. ...Read more
Can i still get pregnanct with 2 ovarian/adnexal cysts? Left 2.0 CM with solid mural nodule. Right ovary 2.5 CM?
Observation: Ovarian cysts commonly rupture causing a sudden onset of pain but typically resolves on its own. If there is no bleeding and the cyst has ruptured try taking NSAIDs (ibuprofen, naproxen,etc) for the pain and discomfort. If you continue to have discomfort follow up with your GYN or family doctor is recommended. ...Read more
Ovarian cyst(4-5cm)unilocular liquid with papillary component (2.8x1.4cm). 26yo, no family history of cancer. Waiting for markers. Odds of malignancy?
Can not calculate: We can not calculate the odds of malignancy with this information. Based on your age and the size a malignant ovarian tumor is not particularly likely even with a complex ovarian cyst with papillary components. It sounds like your doctor is testing to help rule out malignancy which is good. Keep your follow up with your doctor. ...Read more
Hello, I'm a 26 years old Italian girl diagnosed with an unilocular ovarian cyst occupying my right ovary, measuring 4.5x4.9cm, liquid-filled and with a papillary component (2.8x1.4cm, non vascular, resembling a septum though). Waiting for CA-125 and othe
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