Ovarian Cancer

Cancer that begins in the ovaries of females is called ovarian cancer. Usually, early-stage cancer rarely causes any symptoms, and during the late-stage, it causes abdominal swelling, bloating, weight loss, discomfort, constipation, and frequent urge to urinate.

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Does NGS help better in treating ovarian cancer?

Query: Hi doctor,I am attaching the discharge summary and histopathological reports of my sister-in-law, diagnosed with ovarian cancer. She had abdomen pain, a CT scan was done, and her tumor marker was high. There is no previous history of cancer. We got the final histopathological reports and IHC report....  Read Full »

Dr. Vikas T. Talreja

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Ongoing through the report (attachments removed to protect the patient's identity), the probable diagnosis is Stage III cancer (involving left parametrium, left adnexa, and left pelvic lymph nodes). For women requiring first-line chemotherapy for EOC (epithelial ovaria...  Read Full »

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