|Classification of the International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) takes into account the prevalence and degree of involvement of the process of tissue in the immediate vicinity of the ovaries, and lymph nodes in the disease process.
Stage I - limited to the ovaries Process
IA - The process is limited to one ovary, ascites, no tumor on the outer surface there is, the capsule is not affected.
IB - The process captures both ovar... Read more »
|Pregnancy and malignant tumors of ovarian cancer
Pregnancy and malignant ovarian
CODE OF ICD-10
M844-M849 Cystic, mucinous and serous tumors.
M859-M867 tumor-specific gonads.
M900-M903 Fibroepitelialnye neoplasms.
M906-M909 Germ [zarodyshevokletochnye] tumors.
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|RISK FACTORS FOR OVARIAN CANCER
Statistics show that ovarian cancer is the leading or second most among onkoginekologicheskih diseases. The vast majority of ovarian cancers are diagnosed in postmenopausal women, mean age of 63 years.
All malignant ovarian germ cell divided into, the stromal and epithelial (cancer). That crabs have the highest incidence among all other tumors. This division of the morpholog... Read more »
Ovarian cancer - a malignant neoplasm of the ovaries.
Among a variety of malignant tumors of the ovary cancer ranks first in frequency space, affecting all ages, even children, but most women before menopause and menopause. Mortality from ovarian cancer is on the 1 st place.
|The women - two ovaries, located on both sides of the pelvis. The ovaries produce eggs and female hormones - estrogen and progesterone.
The ovaries are covered by so-called epithelial cells, most tumors - about 85% - growing from these cells.
Distinguish between primary, secondary and metastatic ovarian cancer.
Primary (endometrial), ovarian cancer usually manifests bilateral lesions. Tumors of the hilly, dense, rarely reach large sizes. According t... Read more »
|In most cases, clinical symptoms of malignant ovarian tumors in the early stages very similar to the pattern of benign tumors. Small, mobile tumors are found by accident, causing no subjective sensations. The menstrual cycle is usually not disrupted even at the bilateral lesions of the ovaries. Only when the tumor reaches a large size and begins to exert pressure on adjacent organs, there are complaints na feeling of fullness and pressure in the lower abdomen, const... Read more »
|Diagnosis of ovarian cancer in the early period of great difficulties. Even during an operation to remove the tumor can not always solve the problem of its malignancy. It must be remembered that about 20% of benign ovarian tumors are fraught with elements of malignancy.
When viewed from the assumption of a ovarian cancer based on the following attributes: dense consistency of the tumor, its bumpy, nodular surface, bilateral lesions, rapid growth, the presence... Read more »
|Ovarian cancer are used as surgical and chemotherapy (including hormone therapy) and radiation treatments.
Surgical treatment of ovarian cancer is a major.
Many physicians-oncologists believe that any patient with an ovarian tumor should be subjected to surgery. This i... Read more »
Prevention of ovarian cancer is possible through regular preventive examinations of women gynecologist. Data inspection can be refined by ultrasonic tomography. In case of ovarian tumor, even seeming completely benign, it is necessary to immediately remove it.