publication . Article . 2018

MALIGNANT OVARIAN TUMORS DIAGNOSTICS DIFFICULTIES

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  • Published: 01 Aug 2018 Journal: Opuholi Ženskoj Reproduktivnoj Sistemy, volume 14, issue 2, pages 82-89 (issn: 1994-4098, eissn: 1999-8627, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: ABV-press
Abstract
<jats:p><jats:underline>Despite the undeniable successes of modern medicine, the problems of oncology and, in particular, oncogynecology are still unresolved. Thus, a 5-year overall survival rate for stage I ovarian cancer is 89 %, for stage IV – 17 %. Given that complaints in patients with ovarian cancer appear only after the tumor has passed beyond the organ, the most important and key factor in successful treatment is the correct diagnosis of ovarian neoplasm. Observance of the correct algorithm and correct surgery can significantly improve the results of treatment. The article will discuss the difficulties of diagnosing ovarian cancer.</jats:underline></jats...
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free text keywords: ovarian cancer, са-125, he4, ultrasound examination, transvaginal ultrasound examination, screening, lcsh:Gynecology and obstetrics, lcsh:RG1-991, Neoplasm, medicine.disease, medicine, Oncology, medicine.medical_specialty, Overall survival, Internal medicine, Stage I ovarian cancer, business.industry, business, Modern medicine, In patient, Stage iv
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