tubo-ovarian


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tubo-ovarian

adj tubo-ovárico
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MATERIAL AND METHODS: The present prospective study carried out in the department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, tertiary care center located in Maharashtra over the period of two years Women of all age group attending Outpatient department of gynecology having Adnexal pathology which includes ectopic pregnancy, ovarian tumor, Tubo-ovarian mass, hydrosalpinx, endometriosis, genital Koch's, ovarian cysts, twisted paratubal cysts, broad ligament fibroid etc.
In 2003, Capelo FO et al, [5] emphasized that pelvic pathologies found during diagnostic laparoscopy such as advanced stage endometriosis, pelvic adhesions complicating tubo-ovarian relationship and tubal disease affects a woman's chance to conceive spontaneously or by use of ovulation induction alone.
USG report showed heterogenous mass of (5.7X4.4X2.8)cm in the left adnexa with solid and cystic areas suggestive of tubo-ovarian mass.
Other findings were phimosis/hydrosalpinx (19%), tubo-ovarian masses (16%), endometriosis (4%), functional ovarian cyst (8%), myomas (3%) and congenital abnormalities(10%).
The risk factors for developing the disease include previous intraperitoneal surgeries, intraperitoneal inflammation, pelvic inflammatory disease, peritoneal tuberculosis, tubo-ovarian abscess, and trauma.
Laparohysteroscopic Abnormalities Observed Abnormality Primary Secondary Total Infertility Infertility (n= 40) (n= 24) (%) (n= 16) (%) (%) Endometriosis 5 (20.8) 4 (25) 9 (22.5) Submucosal fibroid 1 (4.1) 3 (18.7) 4 (10) Septum uterus 5 (20.8) 0 5 (12.5) Tubal blockade 5 (20.8) 0 5 (12.5) Hydrosalpinx 1 (4.1) 0 1 (2.5) Tubo-ovarian mass 1 (4.1) 1(6.2) 2 (5) Ovarian cyst 1 (4.1) 2 (12.4) 3 (7.5) Polycystic ovarian disease 5 (20.8) 4 (25) 9 (22.5) Grand Total 24 (99.6) 14 (84.6) 38 (95) Table 3.
The ultrasonography showed a right tubo-ovarian mass containing a sac with vesicules, cyst in the left ovary and an empty uterus.
This study expands upon the reported features of tubo-ovarian and endometrial serous carcinoma in this clinical setting, including morphologic mimics of urothelial carcinoma, and describes a panel of immunohistochemical stains that can be useful in the differential diagnosis.
Also, patients with a history of pulmonary disorder, abdominal or pelvic pain, tubo-ovarian abscess and severe adhesions in abdominal or pelvic regions were excluded from the study.
Tubo-ovarian abscess (Fig.12) was characterized by large hyperechoic fluid filled cavity in the bursa alongside the ovary with hyperechoic thick wall as reported earlier (DesCoteaux et al, 2010).
Main adnexal type Histological subtype N (%) Nonmalignant Endometriotic cyst 56 (22.2%) n = 252 Dermoid cyst 54 (21.4%) Simple cyst 52 (20.6%) Serous cystadenoma 41 (16.3%) Mucinous cystadenoma 19 (7.5%) Tubo-ovarian abscess/salpingitis 16 (6.3%) Paraductal cyst 8 (3.2%) Ovarian fibroma 6 (2.4%) Malignant n = 50 Ovarian serous tumor 22 (44%) Ovarian endometrioid tumor 11 (22%) Ovarian serous borderline 5 (10%) Ovarian mucinous tumors 3 (6%) Ovarian clear cell tumor 3 (6%) Ovarian mucinous borderline 2 (4%) tumors Fallopian tube malignancy 2 (4%) Ovarian folliculoma 1 (2%) Ovarian sarcoma 1 (2%) Table 2: Difference in serum tumor markers among groups by the Mann- Whitney U test.