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General and differential diagnosis of ovarian tumors

Washington L. Atlee

General and differential diagnosis of ovarian tumors

with special reference to the operation of ovariotomy and occasional pathological and therapeutical considerations

by Washington L. Atlee

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Published by J. B. Lippincott in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ovarian Neoplasms -- diagnosis.,
  • Ovarian Neoplasms -- surgery.

  • Edition Notes

    Stamp: The R.B. Wilson Library.

    Statementby Washington L. Atlee.
    ContributionsWilson, R. B.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxvii, 29-482 p. :
    Number of Pages482
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14732607M

      Kim JY. A carcinoid tumor arising from a mature cystic teratoma in a year-old patient: a case study. World J Surg Oncol. Apr Makin EC, Hyett J, Ade-Ajayi N, Patel S. English: Cysts, Ovarian, OVARIAN CYST, Cyst, Ovarian, Ovarian cyst NOS, Benign retention cyst, Ovarian cysts, cyst of ovary (diagnosis), cyst of ovary, Cyst ovary, Retention cyst of ovary, Unspecified ovarian cysts, Ovarian Cysts [Disease/Finding], ovarian cysts, ovary cyst, cystic ovarian mass, ovarian cyst, ovarian cystic mass, Ovarian retention cyst, Ovarian cyst NOS .

    Incidence of epithelial ovarian cancer is relatively low when compared with that of breast, colon, and lung cancer. Patients often present with vague, nonspecific symptoms such as abdominal bloating, early satiety, and dyspepsia (suggestive of upper abdominal disease). Other symptoms are more sug. For ovarian cancer, the biopsy is most commonly done by removing the tumor during surgery. In rare cases, a suspected ovarian cancer may be biopsied during a laparoscopy procedure or with a needle placed directly into the tumor through the skin of the abdomen. Usually the needle will be guided by either ultrasound or CT scan.

      Frozen section diagnosis of ovarian epithelial tumors continues to rely on 3 traditional elements: the patient's clinical history, gross examination, and microscopic interpretation. Awareness of the wide range of morphologic patterns and recognition of clinicopathologic diagnostic clues help distinguish among the large number of mimics for each.   Struma ovarii is a rare ovarian tumor defined by the presence of thyroid tissue comprising more than 50% of the overall mass. It most commonly occurs as part of a teratoma, but may occasionally be encountered with serous or mucinous cystadenomas.


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General and differential diagnosis of ovarian tumors by Washington L. Atlee Download PDF EPUB FB2

Richly illustrated, containing abundant tables and figures as well as bulleted points of information, Diagnostic Pathology of Ovarian Tumors is the first text offering chapters written by practicing gynecologists on how clinical data can enhance pathologic diagnostic accuracy, how pathologists can efficiently convey their diagnostic opinions to gynecologists, and the way in which a given diagnosis Format: Hardcover.

Richly illustrated, containing abundant tables and figures as well as bulleted points of information, Diagnostic Pathology of Ovarian Tumors is the first text offering chapters written by practicing gynecologists on how clinical data can enhance pathologic diagnostic accuracy, how pathologists can efficiently convey their diagnostic opinions to gynecologists, and the way in which a given diagnosis.

Diagnostic Pathology of Ovarian Tumors offers a focus on the pathology of ovarian neoplasia with detailed clinically relevant information for practicing pathologists not found in other more general volumes of gynecologic pathology. This important work focuses almost entirely on strategies for accurate diagnosis and histologic subclassification, and the clinical correlates of these diagnoses.

Full text of "General and differential diagnosis of ovarian tumors: with special reference to the operation of ovariotomy and occasional pathological and therapeutical considerations" See other formats. Full text of ". General and differential diagnosis of ovarian tumors " See other formats Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online.

Definition / general. #5 cause of cancer death in women (after lung, breast, colon, pancreas); incidence has not changed recently (15, estimated US deaths inAmerican Cancer Society) 80% benign (usually ages years) 90% of malignancies are carcinoma, 80% have spread beyond the ovary at diagnosis.

Knowledge of these key imaging features of ovarian tumors may allow a specific diagnosis or substantial narrowing of the differential diagnosis.

Characterization of ovarian tumors can aid in surgical planning, whether exploration or laparoscopic excision, and may help distinguish benign from malignant tumors and thus avoid inappropriate by: indicate a specific diagnosis or allow substantial narrowing of the differential diagnosis.

Epithelial Tumors Epithelial ovarian tumors represent 60% of all ovarian neoplasms and 85% of malignant ovarian neoplasms (1,4). Epithelial tumors are rare in prepubescent patients; their prevalence increases with age and peaks in the sixth and seventh de.

Ovarian tumors are relatively common and account for ~6% of female malignancies. This article focuses on the general classification of ovarian tumors.

For specific features, refer to the subarticles. Pathology Subtypes Primary ovarian tumors. Surface epithelial-stromal ovarian tumors (%): ovarian serous tumors. Abstract. In the World Health Organization (WHO) published its “blue book”, Histological Typing of Ovarian Tumours [11].

Each tumor was defined, with a description of its characteristic features, but a detailed discussion of problems in differential diagnosis was beyond the scope of the by: 4.

Get this from a library. General and differential diagnosis of ovarian tumors, with special reference to the operation of ovariotomy. [Washington L Atlee; Milwaukee Academy of Medicine.

Book Collection.]. Differential diagnosis of ovarian tumors based primarily on their patterns and cell types. Semin Diagn Pathol.

; 18 (3): – [Google Scholar] Young RH. Ovarian tumors and tumor-like lesions in the first three decades. Semin Diagn Pathol. ; 31 (5): – [Google Scholar] Scully RE, Young RH, Clement by: 3. For differential diagnosis of the two tumors, cancer antigen (CA) level, the longest diameter of tumors, metabolic indices including maximum standardized uptake value (SUV max), and volumetric indices including metabolic tumor volume (MTV) were compared, by: Ovarian cancer is the seventh most common cancer affecting women.

Despite advances in cancer control and healthcare in general, mortality from ovarian cancer remains unacceptably high due to diagnosis at an advanced stage of the disease. The 5-year survival rate is % because a majority of ovarian cancers are diagnosed when by: 1. Ovarian serous neoplasms are the commonest of four general types of the epithelial ovarian tumours, and are more prevalent than the mucinous ovarian tumours.

Serous ovarian neoplasms are subdivided into benign, borderline, and malignant lesions according to their malignant potential and clinical behaviour (see Pathology - Classification section below).

Computed tomography or magnetic resonance imaging may be used in particular cases, e.g. for differential diagnosis between ovarian cancer and a primary gastrointestinal tumor. However, both these procedures tend to underestimate peritoneal and mesenteric carcinomatosis, which are common in advanced ovarian by:   Differential diagnosis remains a major problem in histopathology of ovarian tumors especially for poorly differentiated or undifferentiated malignancies.

This study was conducted to determine the frequency of morphologic spectrum of ovarian tumors and the role of immunohistochemistry in definite histogenesis of poorly differentiated or. General Objectives -Identify the early signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer -Methods of screening for ovarian cancer -Test use to detect ovarian cancer -Treatment modalities based on staging for ovarian cancer -Surgery -Chemotherapy -Radiotherapy Source: Harrison’s Internal Medicine 19th Edition [email protected], 3.

Features tables listing differential diagnoses of each tumor and tumor-like entity to help you identify key points to consider in problem areas. Enhanced eBook version included with purchase. Your enhanced eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of : Ovarian tumors are common.

Most are benign, but malignant ovarian tumors are the leading cause of death from reproductive tract cancer. The wide range of types and patterns of ovarian tumors is due to the complexity of ovarian embryology and differences in tissues of origin (eTable 18–3).

Cancer of the ovary is not common, but it causes more deaths than other female reproductive cancers. The sooner ovarian cancer is found and treated, the better your chance for recovery. But ovarian cancer is hard to detect early. Women with ovarian cancer may have no symptoms or just mild symptoms until the disease is in an advanced stage.

Metastasis from endometrial tumor to ovary is more likely if multinodular, bilateral, small ovarian tumors, tubal lumen involvement is present, deep myometrial invasion or myometrial vascular invasion is present (Hum Pathol ;) Tumors with endometrioid appearance in uterus and ovary are probably independent, have excellent prognosis.

Although ovarian cancer has a lifetime risk of only % in the general population and accounts for only % of all new cancers, it is the fifth-leading cause of cancer Cited by: