Vol. 4, Issue 11 (2018)
Assessment of ovarian tumors with respect to clinicopathological aspects in Indian population
Author(s): Dr. Ajeet Kumar, Dr. Suryajita Kumar Singh, Dr. Anju Singh, Dr. Bipin Kumar, Dr. Amit Kumar
Abstract: The ovarian tumors manifest a wide spectrum of clinical, morphological, and histological features. Their complex nature, unpredictable behavior, and prognosis and varying therapeutic strategies necessitate an accurate diagnosis. The study was planned in the Department of Pathology on the patients referred from Department of Gynecology and in IGIMS Patna. The data from the 50 patients were collected and presented as below between January 2016 to December 2016. The approval of the institutional ethic committee had been taken before the study. All the patients were informed consent. The aim and the objective of the study are conveyed to all patients. Inclusion Criteria: Patients presented with suspicious ovarian tumors detected clinically or by ultrasound examination. Patients with ovarian tumors and scheduled for surgery. It is concluded from this study that the tumors originating from surface epithelium are the commonest variant. Majority of them were benign. The ovarian tumors manifest a wide range of clinical, morphological and histological features. Histopathological study remains the gold standard for the proper classification and management of ovarian neoplasm.
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