|Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Sailaja Mallick - Sep 15th, 2012 1:57 pm.|
I am Sailaja Mallick, a teacher by profession and 46 year old female.
I am diabetic, hypertensive and Hypothyroidism.
I am using CETAPIN 500 (TWICE DAILY) for Diabetese
ALMASARTAN 40 for Blood Pressure
THYRONORM 150 for Thyroid
Recently my Gyenocologist suggested me to go for Trans Vaginal Scanning as she suspected some cysts. I had hysterectomy 3 years back. My right ovary was removed along with the uterus. Only left ovary is present now. The scanning revealed that
re: Multiseptated cyst on left ovary by Sadhana - Sep 22nd, 2012 1:43 pm
|Dear Sailaja Mallick
Laparoscopic cystectomy is the preferred approach to managing benign ovarian cysts in adolescents and adults. Surgery should be performed for ovarian cyst or not depends on many factors. A retrospective study of 282 females aged 25 years or younger who underwent laparoscopic surgery concluded that the procedure is a safe first-line strategy for cysts in this age group of 45 to 55.
The intraoperative diagnosis of these cases was highly correlated with the final pathology. As previously stated, any ovarian lesion suspicious for malignancy is a contraindication for laparoscopy.
The standard 3-port set up is most commonly used for ovarian cystectomy. Puncture sites include a para-umbilical and 2 side port incisions about 3 cm superior to the mons pubis lateral to the rectus muscles. In general, 5-mm ports can be used at all 3 sites. In some cases, a 10-12 port is needed to remove the cyst wall. The abdomen is insufflated with CO2 to 15 mm of mercury and the laparoscope is inserted.
So in our opinion if you want the cyst to be removed than you should go for ovarian cystectomy.
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