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ovarian

[ō′ver·ē·ən]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to the ovaries.
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28) US: Ultrasound Table 10: Relative values of gray scale USG alone and in combination with color and spectral Doppler in differentiating benign and malignant ovarian neoplasms USG Sensitivity Specificity PPV (%) (%) (%) Gray scale USG 70 72.
9] The World Health Organization histological classification of ovarian tumours separates ovarian neoplasms according to the most probable tissue of origin: surface epithelium (65%), germ cells (15%), sex-cord stromal tissue (10%), miscellaneous (5%) and tumours of metastatic origin (10%).
Granulosa cell cancer constitutes less than 5% of ovarian neoplasms (commonest malignant sex cord-stromal tumor) seen in postmenopausal women.
Benign teratomas represent about a quarter of all ovarian neoplasms.
Is routine appendectomy at the time of primary surgery for mucinous ovarian neoplasms beneficial?
Table: Frozen and Paraffin sections in various ovarian neoplasms (n=30).
Ovarian neoplasms constitute 25% of all gynecologic tumours in most developed countries and is the 2nd commonest malignancy of the female genital tract following endometrial cancer.
9% reported in a study in India in which 957 ovarian neoplasms were evaluated (10).
Mucinous ovarian neoplasms are usually negative for gross cystic disease fluid protein 15 (GCDFP-15) and transcription factor GATA-binding protein 3 (GATA-3), whereas the reverse is true for metastatic carcinoma.
Mature teratoma termed as dermoid cyst by the clinicians accounts for nearly one third of all benign ovarian neoplasms.
Specific sonographic findings reported for birds with ovarian neoplasms include massive enlargement of the ovary with well-defined structures appearing as large rounded masses of mixed echogenicity.