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Ovarian Cystadenoma Ultrasound
i am 24 unmarried girl. Today i went for the ultrasound and the report says i have serous cystadenoma in left ovary.Detail as per report ar?
There is: no way to make a definitive pathologic diagnosis of a cystic ovarian mass on ultrasound, as there is much overlap between the ultrasound appearances of various ovarian cystic lesions. Talk to your doctor. You may need to have it surgically removed for a definitive diagnosis. ...Read more
An ultraound, also known as a sonogram, is a painless and relatively inexpensive imaging test that utilizes sound waves instead of ionizing radiation. There are no side effects. Ultrasound can give us two-dimensional, and in some applications three-dimensional, images of structures and organs in virtually any part of the body. In addition to diagnostic uses, such as evaluating abnormalities in the abdomen, pelvis, and breast, ultrasounds are commonly used to guide needle and catheter placement in a variety of surgical ...Read more
Cystadenoma: A cystadenoma is benign epithelial lesion of the ovary. If the histology is more complex it could be classified as a borderline tumor of undertermined malignant potential. The malignant version is as a cystadenocarcinoma. Saw one today in my practice. You have nothing to worry about. ...Read more
Cystadenomas : Ovarian cystadenomas are usually very large cystic tumors arising from the ovaries. As a result of their size and origin, they can cause direct compression on the nearby ureter. The compression leads to dilation of the ureter and is called hydroureter / hydronephrosis. www.peedoc.com @drhtay. ...Read more
I'm diagnosed with Ovarian Cystadenoma . Can it be cured with proper medication? Will I be able to get pregnant after cure?
Very little: Cystadenomas are benign and do not develop into cancer. If they are larger than 5 cm, they can twist and damage the ovary, or they can rupture causing pain. Furthermore, until they are removed, the fact that they are benign rather than borderline malignant or malignant, is hard to tell with certainty. For the above reasons, removal is recommended. But once removed, no worries! ...Read more
I have serious ovarian cystadenoma, and go to surgery 6 month ago. After usg scan my both ovary are normal, can I become pregnant normally.
Ovarian cyst dermoid or serous cystadenoma can be tested with small part for complete pathologic analysis?
Unfortunately Not: The problem with ovarian tumors is that you can have normal cell types adjacent to borderline or malignant cells. The ovary is notorious for hiding cancer cells which is why it's impossible to "eyeball" or sample an ovary and get a complete diagnosis. That's why often the ovary is completely removed if malignancy is suspected. Cancer can also increase in stage if spillage occurs so it's not easy. ...Read more
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