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Ultrasound ovarian tumor
 
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Ultrasound ovarian tumor
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Ovarian Dermoid Cyst on Transvaginal Ultrasound
 
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This is a typical small ovarian dermoid cyst as seen on transvaginal sonography using a high-end ultrasound machine. Dermoid cysts, also known as dermoids and often referred to as mature cystic teratomas, are the most common germ cell tumors of the ovary in women of reproductive age. These lesions are usually asymptomatic until they reach considerable size. Frequently, ultrasonography is diagnostic. Hyperechoic areas are a highly ­predictive feature of ovarian dermoids, particularly when they are associated with distal acoustic shadowing. Such hyperechoic areas are not usually as intensely echogenic as calcification, but they are hyperechoic relative to adjacent soft tissues. Hyperechoic lines and dots, often known as the dermoid mesh, are also very predictive. Less common but also characteristic are a fluid-fluid level and floating globules. Discovering any two or more of the above features in a mass is particularly predictive of a dermoid. Calcification, often due to bone or a tooth, occurs in some dermoids, but cannot be used alone as definitive evidence of a dermoid since other neoplasms can also calcify. The value of transvaginal ultrasound in evaluating dermoid cysts is well documented. Because of the improved resolution of transvaginal ultrasound, it should be used whenever possible. When an adnexal mass is large or beyond the field of view of the transvaginal probe, transabdominal scanning is recommended. Transabdominal scanning will often provide an overview of the relationship of the mass to the rest of the pelvic structures. Color or power Doppler ultrasound is also needed to ensure that no blood flow exists in the solid elements of the mass. Color or power Doppler ultrasound requires proper technique to prevent erroneous interpretation. Multiple parameters, including gain and pulse repetition frequency, need to be optimized to detect slow flow. Adnexal masses with features classic for an ovarian dermoid cyst do not usually need other imaging modalities to establish the diagnosis but should be followed with ultrasound at an initial interval of between 6 months and 1 year, regardless of age, if they are not removed. The purpose of follow-up is to ensure that the lesion is not changing in size or internal architecture. Stavros Mousourakis (Mussurakis), MD, FRCR Clinical Radiologist Ultrasound, Fetal & Women's Imaging Specialist ΣΤΑΥΡΟΣ ΜΟΥΣΟΥΡΑΚΗΣ ΜΗΤΕΡΑ ΚΡΗΤΗΣ ΗΡΑΚΛΕΙΟ ΚΡΗΤΗΣ
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Can A Pelvic Ultrasound Detect Cancer?
 
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Physician will have the mass further characterized by transvaginal ultrasound How is ovarian cancer diagnosed? . It can for example, imaging tests show if the cancer has spread. Diagnosing ovarian cancer council victoriatarget cancersymptoms being diagnosed with tests and scans macmillan most endometrial cancers caught by ultrasound can detect cancer? Pelvic radiologyinfo. You have the scan in pelvic ultrasound you'll be asked to drink plenty of fluids before this test so that your bladder is full 12 dec 2010 transvaginal screening can pick up most cases would detect 80. 20 mar 2017 ultrasound is often the first test done if a problem with the ovaries is suspected. Screening tests for uterine cancer diagnosis everyday health. How is ovarian cancer diagnosed? . Ovarian cancer often does not have any symptoms and can spread quickly if detected early. Cheryl stage 1 ovarian cancer share stories of survivorsoncolink. An ultrasound uses echoes from soundwaves to create a picture of your organs on we answer questions about abdominal and pelvic scans ovaries. You can read more about this test in our ca125 factsheet risk factors for certain types of ovarian cancers include blood tests alone, the transvaginal ultrasound is limited its ability to detect cancer early on a computer converts sound waves into pictures that you see screen. R i had a ultrasound done they found cyst on my only ovary 22 jan 2016 information about ovarian cancer, its diagnosis and treatment. Tumor was found on pelvic ultrasound with full bladder. Ultrasound can be used to detect abnormal cysts and whether ultrasound examinations help diagnose symptoms experienced by women such as fibroids; Cancer, especially in patients with uterine bleeding 17 feb 2009 it will not cancer of the uterus. The ultrasound waves provide a picture of the uterus so doctor can see if there is tumor or cyst on only definitive way to confirm diagnosis ovarian cancer by taking transvaginal sonographer will insert transducer into your 1 jan 2008 one month after my hysterectomy and diagnosis, i was since majority share's volunteers are stage 3 survivors, offer at e. The current methods are the ca 125 blood test, ultrasound, and tests to diagnose. In a transvaginal ultrasound, an ultrasound wand is inserted into the vagina and aimed at hi does anyone know if scans whether internal or surface can detect ovarian cancer stage one? Or, indeed, two pap test not. Can ovarian cancer be found early? Uterine diagnosis all can ultrasound scan find stage one cancer? Messages how am i diagnosed? National coalitionjohns hopkins medicine health library. Ovarian cancer who should be concerned and what can they do? Ovarian a pelvic ultrasound detect bladder cancer? Inspire. And ordered the mnp 22 test which can detect high grade cancer cells 1 apr 2016 pap does not diagnose ovarian. It can be useful finding an ovarian tumor and seeing if it is a 4 feb 2016 tvus test that uses sound waves to look at the uterus, fallopian tub
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THIS TELLS YOU 100% THAT YOU ARE DEVELOPING OVARIAN CANCER WITHOUT REALIZING IT AND SAVING YOUR LIFE
 
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THIS TELLS YOU 100% THAT YOU ARE DEVELOPING OVARIAN CANCER WITHOUT REALIZING IT AND SAVING YOUR LIFE - https://goo.gl/2d9f4w →Visit OUR BLOG HERE: http://powerhealthyt.com →Our Facebook: https://goo.gl/XyVkA1 -More WEIGHT LOSS VIDEOS HERE: https://goo.gl/zwskjQ -More HOME REMEDIES VIDEOS HERE: https://goo.gl/10zgHI Ovarian cancer is the 5th most common in today's women. This is responsible for damaging the ovaries, female organ responsible for producing certain hormones. It is true that the technology has advanced a lot, but not enough to know what causes this cancer. Although it is the most common discharge, it is one of the most deadly causes in those who contract it. This disease usually attacks women between 50 and 70 years of age and is very dangerous. WATCH THE VIDEO AND YOU'LL BE AMAZED. THIS TELLS YOU 100% THAT YOU ARE DEVELOPING OVARIAN CANCER WITHOUT REALIZING IT AND SAVING YOUR LIFE - https://youtu.be/Vc8DStWHu5k
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Ultrasound Video showing Ovarian Mass with a cyst.
 
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This video shows Ovarian Mass with a cyst.
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Insights into Cancer: Ovarian and Other Gynecologic Cancers
 
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Gynecological cancers include ovarian, uterine cervical and vulvar cancer; ovarian cancer is the most common of these diseases in women. This talk presents the latest information on both surgical and medical oncology treatments for these diseases with an emphasis on ovarian cancer. While surgery is often the first line approach, primary treatment can and often includes additional systemic therapeutic approaches. In recent years, these systemic approaches have gone beyond traditional chemotherapy to include new generations of novel treatment strategies that target specific growth-promoting pathways and offer a more focused and personalized approach. Drs. Joshua Cohen and Gottfried Konecny explore both surgical and systemic treatments within each of these diseases. They present both traditional successful strategies and newer approaches to halt the growth of this cancer through immunotherapy techniques and antibody treatments to reduce blood vessels and nutrients reaching the tumors. Upcoming approaches are also discussed. Event date: April 12, 2016
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Benign vs Malignant Pelvic Masses (Ovarian tumor)
 
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Ovarian pathology
 
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This is a brief video on neoplastic and nonneoplastic diseases of the ovaries. I created this presentation with Google Slides. Image were created or taken from Wikimedia Commons I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor. ADDITIONAL TAGS: Polycystic ovary syndrome Cause: thought to be hyperinsulinemia-related High insulin decreases SHBG, increases LH, increases androgen production Obesity causes decreased SHBG, increased androgens Exclude: CAH, hypothyroidism, hyperprolactinemia, Cushing's Increased risk of endometrial carcinoma (from high estrone) Treatment Hirsutism - flutamide (androgen receptor compet inhibitor), finasteride (5 alpha reductase inhibitor), spironolactone (inhibits steroid binding and syn enzymes), OCPs (lower androgens), metformin (increase insulin sensitivity) Infertility - clomiphene (SERM in brain), letrozole (aromatase inhibitor) Endometriosis Endometrium growing outside of the uterus Endometrial glands and stroma in ectopic locations Most often in the ovaries Occurs via four proposed mechanisms: Retrograde menstruation Dissemination through lymph or blood Iatrogenic (from surgery) Spontaneous (metaplastic differentiation) Histo: need two of the following to diagnose: endometrial stroma endometrial glands hemorrhage and/or hemosiderin-laden macrophages Can progress to endometrioid carcinoma and clear cell adenocarcinoma Cystadenoma Histo: single cells (simple layer), flat lining of non stratified serous or mucinous adenoma Benign bc just single layer of cells Brenner tumor Usually contains urothelium-like cell type (yellow-tan, pale color) Borderline tumor AKA tumor of low malignant potential (LMP) Cystadenocarcinoma Gross: thick, jagged lining; internal papillary excrescences Can also be serous or mucinous Histo: proliferative, malignant lining (invasive), Serous: nuclear hobnailing, psammoma bodies (dystrophic calcification) Mucinous: grey-purple mucin inside cell cytoplasm Clinical: most common in 60s to 70s (postmenopausal women); present late; abdominal/pelvic pain/fullness Serum marker is CA-125 → levels used to guide treatment and recurrence Serous variant is most common malignant ovarian neoplasm Poor prognosis Spreads locally to peritoneum BRCA1 mutation → increased risk for serous variant … BRCA2 and Lynch syndrome also associated Endometrioid variant Usually malignant Can arise from or is associated with endometriosis Granulosa cell tumor Epi: all ages but predominantly women in 50s, late recurrence Low grade malignancy Gross: solid, lobulated Histo: Call-Exner bodies Thecal cell tumor Thecoma Sertoli-Leydig cell tumor Sertoli cells form tubules, derived from male sex cord cells Malignant Leydig cells contain Reinke crystals (rod-like inclusions) Can produce androgens → hirsutism and virilization Can produce estrogen → excess estrogen symptoms Fibroma Benign tumor of fibroblasts Meigs syndrome: pleural effusion and ascites Gorlin syndrome: fibromas of PTCH gene Teratoma When benign: Mature cystic teratoma AKA dermoid cyst Epi: most common germ cell tumor Derived from fetal tissue and 2 or 3 embryologic layers (endoderm, mesoderm, ectoderm) Gross: cystic, 10% bilateral Can contain anything… teeth, hair, bone, thyroid, gut Histo: squamous keratinizing epithelium (if skin), follicles (if hair) Clinical: presents with pain from ovarian enlargement or torsion Benign as long as there are no immature tissues (like neural ectoderm) Immature teratoma Gross: solid Histo: primitive neuroepithelial rosettes (small round layer of blue cells) Struma ovarii Yolk sac tumor AKA endodermal sinus tumor Histo: Schiller-Duval bodies Clinical: increased serum AFP Dysgerminoma Epi: most common malignant germ cell tumor Histo: large cells, central nuclei (with large nucleoli), clear cytoplasm containing glycogen, monotonous cells → “fried egg” cells Clinical: elevated LDH, elevated hCG seminoma Choriocarcinoma Tumor developed from trophoblasts and syncytiotrophoblasts but NO chorionic villi : spreads hematogenously (one of four tumors that do); specifically to lungs Epi: can occur in mother or baby; rare Clinical: hemoptysis, shortness of breath, increased hCG Embryonal carcinoma Krukenberg tumor Consists of mucin filled signet ring cells Gross: glistening surface, because of mucin production Polycystic ovary syndrome Pseudomyxoma peritonei Malignant cancer that spreads from ovaries to intraperitoneal organs Can produce abundant mucin or gelatinous ascites Can fill abdominal cavity, obstruct digestion or organ function Malignancy comes from mucinous adenocarcinoma in ovary Can also come from appendiceal tumor
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Ovarian Abnormalities Followed With Serial Transvaginal Ultrasonography
 
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In the first part of this video courtesy of Dr. Edward J. Pavlik, examples of ultrasonographic abnormalities are presented. In the second part, the authors show examples of the last abnormal morphologies before resolving to normal ovarian morphologies. See the related article in the August, 2013, issue of OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY (http://journals.lww.com/greenjournal/Fulltext/2013/08000/Frequency_and_Disposition_of_Ovarian_Abnormalities.5.aspx).
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Ultrasound in preoperative assessment of pelvic and abdominal spread in patients with ovarian cancer
 
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UUltrasound evaluation of peritoneal carcinomatosis in pelvis, upper and middle abdomen, in addition to Metastatic inguinal and retroperitoneal lymph nodes by Fischerova et al. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol. Volume 49, Issue 2, February 2017 Pages 263–274. http://bit.ly/2lXnaqM Become an ISUOG Journal member for full access to this article http://www.isuog.org/Membership/
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Finding Signs of Ovarian Cancer
 
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From http://www.beetmedicine.tv/2009/04/ovarian-cancer-is-not-silent-cancer-it-whispers.html: Ovarian cancer is rare and usually discovered at a late stage. The signs are symptoms are subtle and not dissimilar from other abdominal or pelvic complaints. The key is that they are persistent. Dr. Poynor describes this not as silent cancer but, a cancer which whispers. Workup includes a pelvic exam, a transvaginal ultrasound and possibly a CAT scan. CA 125 is a blood test which is useful in following women who have been treated for an ovarian cancer to monitor a recurrence. It is not sensitive enough to detect early ovarian cancer nor specific enough because it may be elevated in benign conditions. But, it can be used until better markers become available. Peter Pressman, MD Interviewee: Elizabeth Poynor, MD, PhD FACOG Gynecologic Oncologist
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Signs And Symptoms Of Ovarian Cancer In Females
 
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If you want to know of the symptoms of ovarian cancer in females, you've come to the right place, keep watching! The human body suffers from many diseases. These diseases are caused by various factors, and most of these factors are either unpredictable or unstoppable. Since last 50 odd years, cancer is accepted as a deadly disease that registers its presence in the human body in various forms. The disease affects various parts of the body, and kills its victim in the end. Blood cancer and ovarian cancer are two of the most dangerous forms of cancer that occur to humans. Everyone can become a prey of blood cancer, whereas the women become the clear victim of ovarian cancer. The medical science accepts ovarian cancer as a 'silent killer', as it shows least or no symptoms in its initial stages. The symptoms of ovarian cancer in females are not very clear. As the name suggests, ovarian cancer affects the ovaries that are the most important parts of the female reproductive system. Since the number of victims is increasing very rapidly these days, you must know what the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer in females are. Have a look at the following to know more about some of the most prominent symptoms of ovarian cancer in females. 1. Pelvic/Abdominal Pain 80 out of 100 patients of ovarian cancer suffer from severe pain in the pelvic and/or in the abdominal areas, both lower and upper. The pain persists and that causes a serious trouble to the women suffering from ovarian cancer. 2. Trouble Eating or Feeling Full Quickly This is one of the most significant symptoms of ovarian cancer in females. Women often face a considerable amount of trouble while eating, and they feel full quickly, even if they have not taken the required quantity. It is indeed a big trouble, as they are often left inadequately fed. 3. Urinary Troubles It is not that a woman suffering from ovarian cancer also suffers from a urinary infection. However, they can show symptoms like frequent call for urine or a feeling of urgency. They often have the feeling of going to the lavatory a number of times. 4. Fatigue Like all cancer patients, women suffering from ovarian cancer also feel excessive fatigue. They complain about a terrible amount of problems regarding less or no energy to work. This tiredness occurs primarily due to the illness caused by ovarian cancer. 5. Upset Stomach Upset stomach is one of the most prominent symptoms of ovarian cancer in females. They often face changes in bowel movements. They fail to maintain a consistent time table when it comes to calls of the nature. 6. Back Pain Pain in the body is a significant symptom of all variants of cancer. The patients of ovarian cancer are not exceptions to this. They often complain of pain in the back of their body, especially in the lower back area of their body. 7. Pain During Sex Since the ovary is closely attached to the vagina, the patients of ovarian cancer are prevented from enjoying sex with their partners. They often face a terrible amount of pain while having an intercourse. 8. Constipation Improper movement of bowel often results in constipation, and that can leave some unpleasant pain in the patients. The medication is also not of very good results for them. Apart from these, suffering from abdominal swelling and changes in the menstrual cycle are also some of the other symptoms of ovarian cancer in females. If you have any of those symptoms, then you should never delay in consulting a doctor. #OvarianCancerInFemales #OvarianCancer #OvarianCancerSymptoms #OvarianCancerSigns #Ovarian #Cancer Video URL : https://youtu.be/1QAaCDIufkY
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Ovarian Cancer | Pelvic Pain | Abdominal Swelling | Manipal Hospitals
 
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Ovarian cancer begins in the fallopian tubes and moves to the ovaries, the twin organs that produce a woman's eggs and the main source of the female hormones estrogen and progesterone. Ovarian cancer warning signs include ongoing pain or cramps in the belly or back, abnormal vaginal bleeding, nausea, and bloating. Depending on the cancer stage, ovarian cancer treatment includes surgery and chemotherapy. To know more visit our website : https://www.manipalhospitals.com/ Get Connected Here: ================== Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ManipalHospitalsIndia Google+: https://plus.google.com/111550660990613118698 Twitter: https://twitter.com/ManipalHealth Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/manipalhospital Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/manipal-hospital Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/manipalhospitals/ Foursquare: https://foursquare.com/manipalhealth Alexa: http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/manipalhospitals.com Blog: https://www.manipalhospitals.com/blog/
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transvaginal ultrasound & endometrial cancer
 
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Ultrasound Video showing Ovarian Mass
 
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This video shows a mass attached to the Ovary.
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20 ovarian cancers for YouTube 2017
 
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This video demonstrates 20 ovarian cancers on ultrasound with IOTA descriptions, showing both still images and videoclips. For more gynaecology ultrasound videos please visit https://gynaecologyultrasound.com/
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Transvaginal ultrasound exam: how it works
 
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Ultrasound has been used by doctors for more than five decades to image the human body. Ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves to produce pictures of the inside of the body and is commonly used during pregnancy to image the fetus. Transvaginal ultrasound is a more invasive procedure that is used to monitor the fetus early in pregnancy, as well as to test for conditions such as ectopic pregnancies, pelvic abnormalities, infertility and ovarian cancer.
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Interesting Ovarian Cancer Questions, Answers and Facts You Need To Know
 
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Oncology: Find questions and answers about ovarian cancer. Ovarian cancer facts about ovarian cancer symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment. Designed to review facts about ovarian cancer for those studying for USMLE medical board exams. This review is useful for medical information about ovarian cancer. Fact: Transvaginal ultrasound is used for screening for ovarian cancer, however this is not a great screening test because it does not pickup early-stage disease. Fact: Serous and endometrial ovarian cancers have a better prognosis. Fact: Mucinous and Clear cell ovarian cancers have a poor prognosis. Fact: 50% of ovarian cancers are of the serous subtype. Fact: 5% ovarian cancers are of Clear cell subtype. Fact: Borderline tumors of the ovary have a good prognosis even in the setting of intra-abdominal spread with 80% survival at 5 years. Fact: Ovarian cancer in older patients is associated with more aggressive disease. Fact: Prognostic factors for ovarian cancer include age, stage of disease, volume of residual disease, histological grade and type, and molecular biological factors. Fact: 75% of ovarian cancers diagnosed or stage III or IV disease. Fact: Her-2/Neu is overexpressing 10% of ovarian cancers. Fact: Cisplatin and carboplatin provide similar efficacy when combined with paclitaxel for the treatment of ovarian cancer. Question: What is the lifetime risk for developing ovarian cancer in the US? Answer: For women in the US, the lifetime risk of developing ovarian cancer is 1.4-1.8% Question: Does the prolonged use of oral contraceptives affect the risk of developing epithelial ovarian cancer? Answer: Yes, use of oral contraceptive pills over long durations lowers the risk of developing epithelial ovarian Question: Is there an association between BRCA 1 and ovarian cancer? Answer: Yes, there is a 16% overall risk of developing ovarian cancer by age 70 for women with the BRCA 1 gene mutation. There is evidence that this risk is increased if the woman not only had the BRCA 1 but also a strong family history of ovarian cancer Question: The CA 125 is an accepted tumor marker for ovarian cancer, can an elevated CA 125 be associated with other cancers? Answer: Yes, the CA 125 is often elevated in patients with multiple cancers including breast cancer, lung cancer, pancreas cancer, and endometrial cancer. It can also be elevated in women with many benign disease such as cirrhosis, uterine leiomyoma, and endometriosis. It has also been reported to be elevated in approximately 1% of normal healthy women as well Question: What are the criteria for poor prognosis limited stage ovarian cancers? Answer: Poor prognosis for early stage ovarian cancer is present when there is stage IC disease, stage II disease, clear cell histology, or any histologic grade 3 tumors Question: What are some ovarian tumors associated with elevated serum AFP? Answer: Yolk sac tumors, embryonal carcinoma, and mixed germ cell tumors can be associated with elevations in the serum AFP Question: Primary peritoneal carcinoma is similar to ovarian cancer but thought to be distinct. What are the criteria developed by the gynecologic Oncology Group to define primary peritoneal carcinoma? Answer: The ovaries have to be of normal size, or enlarged by a benign process, predominantly serous histology, extraovarian involvement more than ovarian involvement, and surface involvement of less than 5mm depth Question: Can the CA 125 be used to make the diagnosis of malignancy? Answer: No, the CA 125 is not used for diagnosis and cannot replace a tissue biopsy. The CA 125 is used only as a tumor marker as another tool to follow the progression of cancer or the response to therapy. Question: Can the CA 125 be elevated in patients without cancer? Answer: Elevations of the CA 125 can be associated with non-cancerous conditions such as pregnancy, endometriosis, and in patients with peritoneal or abdominal infection or inflammation Question: What are the three most common adverse prognostic factors seen in ovarian cancer? Answer: Advanced stage, high grade tumor, and suboptimally debulked disease are the most common adverse prognostic factors in ovarian cancer Question: How often is the CA 125 elevated in patients with endometrial cancer? Answer: Approximately 15% of patients with endometrial can Question: What is the lifetime risk for developing ovarian cancer in the US? Answer: For women in the US, the lifetime risk of developing ovarian cancer is 1.4-1.8%
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This May Be Awkward: Ovarian Cancer Symptoms
 
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This light-hearted video attempts to add humor to a potentially awkward—yet crucial—conversation about ovarian cancer symptoms. Often, no symptoms are evident in the early stages of the disease. When diagnosed early, the five-year survival rate is almost 95%, but only 15% of ovarian cancer cases are diagnosed early. When symptoms appear, they may include: • Gas, nausea, indigestion that does not go away • Back pain • Frequent urination • Unexplained change in bowel habits • Abnormal postmenopausal bleeding • Unexplained weight gain or loss • Pain during intercourse • Abdominal swelling and/or pain, bloating or a feeling of fullness from fluid accumulation in the abdomen • Shortness of breath caused by the spread of the disease to the muscle under the lung and fluid buildup If symptoms continue for longer than 2 weeks, visit a qualified healthcare provider for a pelvic/rectal exam, transvaginal ultrasound, and CA125 test. A pap smear does not reliably test for ovarian cancer. To increase awareness, both women and men should be able to recognize symptoms. Sponsored by the Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, the 8th annual run for her® 5K Run and Friendship Walk takes place on Sunday, November 11, 2012. For more information and to register, visit www.runforher.com.
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Transvaginal Ultrasound (1)
 
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Ultrasound Video showing an ovarian mass and cyst.
 
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This video shows an ovarian mass and cyst.
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Dr. Oz Explains the Syptoms of Ovarian Cancer
 
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Dr. Oz discusses how pelvic or abdominal pain, urinary frequency or urgency, bloating or gas, difficulty eating or feeling full quickly and indigestion, nausea, or constipation can all be signs of ovarian cancer.
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Ovarian cancer 'simple rules' for ultrasound scans may improve diagnosis
 
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Professor Tom Bourne of Imperial College London discusses ovarian cancer symptoms and a new system for diagnosing the disease that may increase a woman's chance of survival. To find out more please visit http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/newsandeventspggrp/imperialcollege/newssummary/news_18-1-2016-17-25-2
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How to: Female Transvaginal Ultrasound Exam
 
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Visit http://www.sonosite.com/education/ Learn the basics of transvaginal pelvic scanning. Visit http://www.sonosite.com/education/
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Can ovarian cancer be detected by an ultrasound
 
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Can ovarian cancer be detected by an ultrasound - Find out more explanation for : 'Can ovarian cancer be detected by an ultrasound' only from this channel. Information Source: google
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I NEED A PELVIC ULTRASOUND & A TRANSVAGINAL ULTRASOUND |  VLOGMAS Day 5
 
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In today's vlog I try to call my gynecologist to schedule an appointment since my ovarian cyst ruptured, and she had told me i need to get a pelvic ultrasound and a transvaginal ultrasound first. That sounds scary to me! Then between the radiology office and my health insurance I try to find out how much it will cost me out of pocket. Watch to find out more! SUBSCRIBE to know when there’s new vlogs & give this video a THUMBS UP! :D LAST VLOG: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-PNYTMSM4ks MAIN CHANNEL: http://bit.ly/1TucdKQ LINKS / MENTIONS: ➜My juicer: http://amzn.to/1R85wYt ➜Juicing Recipe Book: http://amzn.to/1UTT04K ➜Vlogging camera: http://amzn.to/1UTT3h6 ➜Shampoo I use (to keep my hair from being brassy): http://amzn.to/2bynLze SAVINGS & INVITE LINKS: ➜Ebates (Cash back for shopping online): http://bit.ly/2em6KIN ➜Planner I use Erin Condren: http://bit.ly/1UTRU9f ➜Sigma makeup brushes: http://bit.ly/1SASLLv ➜ThredUp: http://www.thredup.com/r/E59XJH ➜Postmates code for free delivery: M5J7F ➜Uber code for free ride: karolinap99ue ➜Lyft code for $10 credit: karolina233298 ➜Ibotta ($10 after redeeming your first rebate!): dwkokge ➜Robinhood (for stocks): http://share.robinhood.com/karolip1 ➜SwagBucks (make $$ to take surveys & watch videos): http://bit.ly/KKswagbucks ➜Acorns (Automatically Invest Life’s Spare Change) and get $5: https://acorns.com/invite/ACWDG3 CHECK OUT MY OTHER CHANNEL & SUBSCRIBE: ➜KarolinasKrafts: http://bit.ly/1TucdKQ ETSY SHOP: http://etsy.me/1pheqwU PRINTABLES SHOP: http://etsy.me/1UTSi7B PLANNER INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/1UgcakR INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/1RS2v1A PINTEREST: http://bit.ly/1UTSvHV TWITTER: http://bit.ly/1QNcZNp FACEBOOK: http://on.fb.me/1TMVG5g EMAIL: linamariax3@yahoo.com Thank you so much for taking the time to watch my vlog! Amazon links are affiliate links. This video is not sponsored. Thank you for supporting my channel! :D SNAIL MAIL: LifeWithLina PO Box 403 Glen Cove, NY 11542 USA BUSINESS INQUIRIES: linamariax3@gmail.com Music By Jasper Sawyer "Marry Me Christmas" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RY66DLiiDlg
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Transvaginal Ultrasound - CHI Health
 
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What is Transvaginal Ultrasound? It's a pelvic ultrasound, which is a more efficient way to look at the female reproductive track or the uterus, tubes, ovaries and cervix. Why is a Transvaginal Ultrasound performed? A transvaginal ultrasound is performed for many different reasons. It's used to evaluate abnormal bleeding or abnormal findings on an exam. It can also be used for infertility issues, chronic pelvic pain, or to diagnose an ectopic pregnancy. During pregnancy it's used to date a first trimester ultrasound and to evaluate bleeding. What should I expect from a Transvaginal Ultrasound? You will start with an empty bladder. You will undress from the waist down and then lay on the table. A cover will be placed over the probe or the wand and then inserted into the vagina. A series of pictures or images will be taken. From those images we can determine if there is an abnormality with the uterus, tubes, ovaries, or cervix. The procedure takes about 10 minutes. You will feel some mild pressure but no pain -- and the results are immediate. What are the risks of a Transvaginal Ultrasound? There is minimal risk with this procedure and no exposure to radiation.
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Gill talks about having an ultrasound scan
 
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Gill shares her experience of having a transvaginal ultrasound scan
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How Bleeding Ovarian Cysts Look On Transvaginal Ultrasound
 
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How bleeding ovarian cysts look on an ultrasound. More AT: http://ovarian-cyst-miracle-101.blogspot.com/
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Hot Tips - Locating the Ovaries on Transabdominal Ultrasound
 
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Theresa Jorgensen RDCS, RDMS, RVT reminds us to keep education fun while she demonstrates how to use the iliac vessels to locate the ovaries during a transabdominal pelvic ultrasound. Upcoming related courses at GCUS include: BLENDED INTRODUCTION TO OB/GYN ULTRASOUND https://www.gcus.com/courses/about/4001/blended-introduction-to-obgyn-ultrasound INTRODUCTION TO OB/GYN ULTRASOUND https://www.gcus.com/courses/about/3963/introduction-to-obgyn-ultrasound INTRODUCTION TO ABDOMINAL/PRIMARY CARE AND OB/GYN ULTRASOUND https://www.gcus.com/courses/about/4078/introduction-to-abdominalprimary-care-and-obgyn-ultrasound See our website for more related ultrasound products! www.gcus.com Music credit:"Yakety Sax"composition composed by James Q. "Spider" Rich and Homer "Boots" Randolph III and popularized by saxophonist Randolph in his 1963 recording
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Laparoscopic bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy
 
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70-year-old patient, who was referred to me for a right ovarian cyst, diagnosed on pelvic transvaginal ultrasound, to rule out ovarian cancer because of her age. You can see on this video a right fallopian tube cyst consistent with hydrosalpinx, benign.
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Most Simple Ovarian Cysts Require No Treatment At All
 
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According to a new study, most simple ovarian cysts have almost no chance of developing into cancer. The findings support the idea that women don't need to have them surgically removed or monitored with ultrasound. The study looked at over 72,000 women and nearly 119,00 pelvic ultrasound exams over 12 years. UPI reports that the study suggests the increase in the use of transvaginal pelvic ultrasound has resulted in higher detection of ovarian masses. Rebecca Smith-Bindman, an author of the study, said in a press release; "our study found that asymptomatic simple cysts of any size should be considered normal findings in women of any age and ignored." https://www.upi.com/Health_News/2018/11/12/Most-simple-ovarian-cysts-require-no-treatment-surveillance/4721542043381/ http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
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SPOTLIGHTS ON CANCER OVARY IMAGING
 
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SPOTLIGHTS ON CANCER OVARY IMAGING SEMINAR FOR ONCOLOGY DEPARTMENT BY DR.AHMAD MOKHTAR ABODAHAB
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GYN Ultrasound: Normal Ovary
 
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As part of the The Delaware Resident Lecture series on GYN Ultrasound, this video on the normal ovary and recognition of the normative changes in the ovary to prevent over diagnosis and treatment of patients.
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Transvaginal Ultrasounds to diagnose cause of abnormal uterine bleeding
 
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A transvaginal ultrasound or vaginal sonogram not only tells you about the anatomy of the uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes, but also their physiology (that is their function). The ovary goes through a cyclical change every month and the hormone that it makes (or in some cases fails to make) will be reflected by the changes in the uterine lining. Thus, vaginal sonograms not only tell about normal anatomy (lack on any tumors, fibroids, ovarian cysts) but also whether the hormonal function is, in fact, normal. Instead of painful biopsies, Dilation and Curettage (D&C) for diagnosis of abnormal uterine bleeding or heavy menstrual bleeding / menorrhagia, contact Dr Goldstein, one of the most highly recognized and regarded individuals in the field of transvaginal ultrasounds. See his website at http://www.goldsteinmd.com/
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Ultrasound Video showing a large ovarian mass.
 
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This video shows a large ovarian mass.
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Ultrasound Video showing ovarian mass with a uterine mass.
 
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This video shows ovarian mass with a uterine mass.
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I Have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
 
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Endometrial Cancer and Hyperplasia for USMLE
 
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Endometrial Hyperplasia there is proliferation of the endometrium which becomes very thick. Primarily the hormonal trigger for endometrial proliferation is estrogen. The hormone that blocks the effects of estrogen on endometrium is progesterone. ETIOLOGY Obesity can cause this because there is increased aromatase which converts more testoserone to estrogen. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) which has a high estrogen and testosterone and there is no ovulation and therefore there is no corpus luteum and therefore no progesterone. Tumors that release estrogen releasing. Hormone replacement therapy in post menopausal women. Two types of hyperplasia, simple and complex. Normally there is small amounts of gland and lots of stromal tissue. In simple there are more glands, but not touching each other. In complex the glands are touching each other. In Atypia there are abnormal nucleus which is really large and it is a very bad sign. Complex atypia has a 30% chance of become endometrial cancer. Sign and symptoms is abnormal heavy bleeding due to lack of ovulation. Diagnosis is done initially by doing a transvaginal ultrasound looking for endometrial thickness. If less than 5mm than 95% can rule out endometrial hyperplasia. Biopsy is done with a pipelle, however it can miss areas of cancer because small sample. Dilation and curretage and hysteroscopy. Treatment depends on the pathology report. If there is no atypia you can give mirena and MPA which causes enodmetrium to go back to normal. Atypia requires hysterectomy. Type 1 endometrial cancer is endometroid adenocarcinoma. Endometrial Carcinoma Most common gyne cancer in women, especially in post menopausal. Type 1: Endometroid Adenocarinoma, due to estrogen secondary to endometrial hyperplasia. Type 2 is clear cell, serous carcinoma and there is no precursor, no precursor, more agressive and occurs much later (70s and 80s). Risk Factors related to unopposed estrogen. Risk factors are Cancers (Breast, Ovarian, Colon Cancer). Obesity, Late Menopause, Diabestes Mellitus, HTN, Nulliparity, Unopposed Estrogen due anovulation, Hormone replacement and tamoxifen. However, COC is protective. Signs and Symptoms in type 1 is postmenopausal bleeding. In type 2 there is bloating, bowel dysfunction, pelvic pressure. Staging is done by direct extension myometrium, serosa, bladder and large bowel. Or down cervix and vagina and finally fallopian tube. Lympahtic spread can go to pelvic para-aortic lymph nodes. Fallopian tube and into peritoneum. Hematogenous spread is liver and lungs. Stage 1 is when only in uterus. Stage 2 goes into cervix Stage 3 is when it goes into adjacent strucutres. Stage 4 is beyond pelvic cavity. Investigations are Transvaginal Ultrasound, Biopsy with pipelle, Dilation and curretage, and hysteroscopy. Treatment depends on staging, surgery of hysterectomy with bilateral salpingo-oopherectomy (BSO), pelvic wash and lymph nodes. Omentectomy and this can be done laparoscopy. If there is metastasis then also do chemotherapy and if it recurs than perform radiation therapy
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Ultrasound Video showing a simple Ovarian Cyst.
 
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This video shoes a simple ovarian cyst.
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Sex cord-stromal ovarian cancer- causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology
 
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What are sex cord-stromal ovarian cancers? Sex cord-stromal ovarian cancers are a group of cancers of the ovaries that originate from the stromal or connective tissue in the ovaries. Find more videos at http://osms.it/more. Hundreds of thousands of current & future clinicians learn by Osmosis. We have unparalleled tools and materials to prepare you to succeed in school, on board exams, and as a future clinician. Sign up for a free trial at http://osms.it/more. Subscribe to our Youtube channel at http://osms.it/subscribe. Get early access to our upcoming video releases, practice questions, giveaways, and more when you follow us on social media: Facebook: http://osms.it/facebook Twitter: http://osms.it/twitter Instagram: http://osms.it/instagram Our Vision: Everyone who cares for someone will learn by Osmosis. Our Mission: To empower the world’s clinicians and caregivers with the best learning experience possible. Learn more here: http://osms.it/mission Medical disclaimer: Knowledge Diffusion Inc (DBA Osmosis) does not provide medical advice. Osmosis and the content available on Osmosis's properties (Osmosis.org, YouTube, and other channels) do not provide a diagnosis or other recommendation for treatment and are not a substitute for the professional judgment of a healthcare professional in diagnosis and treatment of any person or animal. The determination of the need for medical services and the types of healthcare to be provided to a patient are decisions that should be made only by a physician or other licensed health care provider. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you have regarding a medical condition.
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Ultrasound Video showing an Ovarian Mass.
 
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This video shows an Ovarian Mass.
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BRCA Gene and Ovarian Cancer
 
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With knowledge comes power. Detecting the BRCA gene mutation is the first step towards preventing future cancers. Dr. Samith Sandadi specializes in gynecologic disease. “By employing these screening tests early and by counseling them on risk-reducing strategies we can definitely decrease the incidence of ovarian cancer,” says Dr. Sandadi, a gynecologic oncologist on medical staff of Lee Memorial Health System. The two BRCA genes produce tumor suppressor proteins that provide quality control to DNA. If either gene is mutated, it can’t do its job. Cells are more likely to deviate and lead to cancer. When it comes to ovarian cancer, many women will begin with active surveillance. “We would schedule you to have a trans-vaginal ultrasound at least once a year but preferably every six months. And also check a CA-125. It’s a blood test, it’s not specific to ovarian cancer, but it’s a marker that we utilize in our algorithm,” says Dr. Sandadi. Prophylactic surgery is an option for both breast and ovarian cancer. If it’s done before menopause, removing the ovaries actually reduces the risk of both diseases. Because the ovaries are the main source of estrogen which impacts forms breast cancer. “In these BRCA-positive patients, we can reduce their lifetime risk of breast cancer by about 50% by taking out the ovaries and tubes. And we can also reduce their lifetime risk of ovarian cancer to about that of the general population,” says Dr. Sandadi. A personal decision, many women choose monitoring until they’re finished with childbearing. “By the age of 40 we recommend that they do have their tubes and ovaries removed,” says Dr. Sandadi. Genetic testing is recommended for people with a strong family history of breast or ovarian cancers - an early diagnosis can be a game-changer and a lifesaver. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we’ve been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org
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Transvaginal Pelvic Ultrasound
 
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Transvaginal Pelvic Ultrasound technique
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Ovarian tumors
 
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Classification of ovarian tumors with some important clinical and pathological points Correction :- at 18:37 :- granulosa cell tumor causes homosexual precocious puberty in female children
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Womens Health Intro to Pelvic Ultrasound
 
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This presentation is intended for students training in medicine.
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