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Border endometrioid ovarian tumors

Borderline endometrioid tumors are extremely rare. More often they are an integral part of endometrioid cancer and are associated with transitional variants. These tumors are often unilateral, occur in the foci of endometriosis. The frequency of malignancy of endometriosis varies from 1 to 11.4%. The morphogenetic mechanisms of the occurrence of malignant tumors in endometriosis have been little studied. A borderline type Brenner tumor is […]

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Paraovarial cyst

A paraovarial cyst develops from the tubules of the appendage of the ovary (paraovarian). As a result of cessing with a cubic or cylindrical (ciliary) epithelium, which covers the inside of the tubule wall, the serous fluid expands into the lumen of the tubule and a retention cyst forms. The cyst is localized between the leaves of the […]

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Fetal Ovarian Carcinoma

Embryonic carcinoma is a very rare malignant ovarian tumor, considered the least differentiated germinogenic ovarian tumor. The age of patients is from 4 to 28 years, in half of cases it occurs in the puberty period. The tumor is usually one-sided, characterized by rapid growth, frequent relapses. Macroscopically, it looks like a tuberous knot of soft consistency, microscopically, the structure […]

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Diagnosis of ovarian cancer

The presence of a tumor-like formation in the area of ​​the uterine appendages is the main sign of the disease. In the first stage of the disease, a cancerous tumor (unilateral) resembles a cyst – it is round, mobile, painless, and has a tight-elastic consistency. On the incision of a removed cystoma, limited cancerous areas can be […]

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Differential diagnosis of ovarian cancer

One of the main reasons for the neglect of ovarian cancer is its later detection as a result of the difficulty of diagnosis in the early stages of the disease. When first contacting a doctor, patients suffering from ovarian cancer are usually given a wide variety of diagnoses (ovarian cystomas, uterine fibromyoma, inflammatory process of the […]

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Ovarian Cancer Treatment

Treatment for ovarian cancer is complex: surgical, chemotherapeutic, radiation and hormonal. Surgical method Treatment for malignant ovarian tumors should always begin with surgery (with the technical feasibility of the operation, i.e., with sufficient mobility of the tumor conglomerates). If this is not possible, treatment begins with chemotherapy, and the operation is performed later, when the tumor […]

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Hormone therapy

Androgens should be included in complex treatment. Androgens are prescribed for a long time, depending on the individual tolerance of the patients (up to 5-7 g): testosterone progsonate (1 ml of 5% solution 2 times a week), testenate (1 ml of 10% solution 1 time per week), Sustanon-250 (1 ml 2 times a month). Anabolic substances are […]

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Ovarian cancer

Ovarian cancer is a malignant tumor of epithelial origin. It makes up 80% of malignant tumors, 25-30% of all ovarian neoplasms (benign and malignant). Clinical forms of ovarian cancer: primary cancer that occurs primarily directly in the ovary; secondary, developing in the ovarian cystoma (cancerous degeneration of the cystoma), and metastatic. Histologically distinguish papillary, glandular and solid cancer of the ovary. Papillary […]

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