Ovarian Cancer - Accidental Diagnosis?

Niţu Teodor Stefan 1 , Savin Silvia 1 , Costea Daniel Ovidiu 1 , Sârbu Vasile 1 , Şerban Silvia 2  and Niţu Irina 2
  • 1 Faculty of Medicine
  • 2

Abstract

Ovarian cancer is perhaps the most “worst” pathology in women’s genital area and represents the greatest diagnostic challenge and surgical treatment of genital cancers, and as much as the disease has a onset and asymptomatic evolution to the advanced stages or with a confused symptom.

The present study was performed due to the following factors characterizing ovarian cancer: increasing incidence, early diagnosis, lack of screening methods, difficult anatomopathological differentiation even for experienced anatomopathologists.

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