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How to remove ovarian cyst, how long does it take to get the result of pathology?

How to remove ovarian cyst, how long does it take to get the result of pathology?

Wait time: Usually most labs have results by 2 business days for a straight forward case. If the case is complicated addition material may be submitted and additional stains may be ordered and could add a couple business days. Feel free to contact the pathologist working on your case. Most of us enjoy speaking with patients. ...Read more

Cyst (Definition)

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


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Full hysterectomy done. Precancerous cells in uterus. Pathology was "inconclusive" on ovarian cyst requiring an "addendum"?? what could this be?

Full hysterectomy done. Precancerous cells in uterus. Pathology was "inconclusive" on ovarian cyst requiring an "addendum"?? what could this be?

Cells change gradual: ly. There is a spectrum. Whoever the pathologist was who read the slides of your tissues saw a slight change in them, but not nearly enough to call them frankly cancerous. Anyhow, they are out of your body now, so good riddance. ...Read more

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Can Beau's Lines be a result of my ovarian cysts? or is it a much more severe health issue?

Can Beau's Lines be a result of my ovarian cysts? or is it a much more severe health issue?

Unlikely: Beau's lines are the result of altered metabolism from many causes and PCOS could be a factor. You should have a full history and examination and blood work done to rule out other disease. What is the cause of your ovarian cysts and who diagnosed them. ...Read more

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Ovarian cyst pregnancy always results to ectopic pregnancy?

Ovarian cyst pregnancy always results to ectopic pregnancy?

No: In all normal pregnancies there is a cyst that develops in one ovary called the corpus luteum cyst. This cyst supports the early pregnancy and goes away on its own. Sometimes a "cyst" seen in or near the ovary does represent an ectopic pregnancy (most often in the fallopian tube". This is often accompanied by pain and bleeding. ...Read more

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I have ovarian cyst pblm dr i take alopathy but no result now I am take homeopathy but no result dr what can I do for regular perids ?

I have ovarian cyst pblm dr i take alopathy but no result now I am take homeopathy but no result dr what can I do for regular perids ?

Other alternatives: Allopathic medicine has little to offer for ovarian cysts. If you haven't had good results with homeopathy it's likely that you haven't found the correct remedy. If you have confidence in your homeopath try another remedy, if not see a different homeopath! chinese medicine & ayurvedic medicine may help, as might dietary changes & western herbs.See a holistic md: http://www.Abihm.Org/search-doctors. ...Read more

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I recently had a 18cm ovarian cyst removed that had 2liters of fluid that resulted in my ovary being removed. Should I be worried about cancer?

I recently had a 18cm ovarian cyst removed that had 2liters of fluid that resulted in my ovary being removed. Should I be worried about cancer?

Ovarian cyst: An ovarian cyst, by definition, is not cancerous. Ovarian cysts are much more common that ovarian malignancy. Talk with your doctor. There was probably pathology done of your cyst, which could confirm or exclude presence of any cancerous or precancerous cells. Further, your doc can discuss your personal overall risk of ovarian CA based on any family hx or genetic testing available. ...Read more

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What does it mean when they say in between a cancer and not when they saw the pathological result for the ovarian cyst? Is it more likely for cancer?

What does it mean when they say in between a cancer and not when they saw the pathological result for the ovarian cyst? Is it more likely for cancer?

Borderline: You're talking about a "borderline malignant" diagnosis, correct? This is common in the ovary. You already know that malignant tumors may be very aggressive or fairly docile, though all are dangerous. The ovarian borderline lesions are slow-growers and slow-spreaders but need to be treated definitively if at all possible like any other cancer. ...Read more

Dr. Amy Deeken
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Pathology (Definition)

Pathology is essentially the study of disease. Specialist trained to help diagnose disease (laboratory medicine) are known as pathologists. Pathologist have completed medical school and completed a ...Read more


Dr. Tiffanie Noonan
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Ovarian Cyst (Definition)

A growth (often balloon like) on an ovary. It is often thin walled ...Read more