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Endometric cyst of Ovary.
Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Sushanta Chakraborty - Dec 1st, 2012 12:16 am.
Sushanta Chakraborty
Sushanta Chakraborty
Dear
Sir, the following is the report .

USG report
1. An approx 8.4x7x5.1 cm sized cystic lesion is noted in the right adnexa. The lesion shows low echoic internal content. No evidence of any internal septation , calcification or mural nodule is seen. No abnormal vascularity is seen.The lesion adheres to the right postero lateral uterine wall. The morphological right ovary could not be seen separately.
IMPRESSION
Endometric cyst of ovary.


MY Questions
1. Is this a major problem? or may create in future.
2. Is surgery is required? if yes what type of?
3. Is the same can be recovered through medicine?
4. Will it cause any problem to her while conceiving the baby?
5. Is the surgery can be done at the time of Cesarean operation or delivery? We are planning for the same for last 4 months but she is not able to get pregnant.


Doctor she suffers from enormous pain during and after her period. Please help with your valuable Suggestion.

you
re: Endometric cyst of Ovary. by Dr M K Gupta - Dec 2nd, 2012 6:57 am
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Dr M K Gupta
Dr M K Gupta
Dear Sushanta Chakraborty

You should get your endometriosis operated.
Endometriosis can be safely treated by the laparoscopic surgery, a sample of tissue which is taken by laparoscopic surgery will usually be taken for biopsy. This will confirm the diagnosis of endometriosis.

The laparoscopic treatment will depend on where it is found and how much is found. Spots of endometriosis throughout the pelvis can be removed surgically or by burning using diathermy or laser or harmonic scalpel. Endometriosis in the ovaries usually requires removal of the cyst, which is called an endometriotic cyst.

So we will advice you to get this surgery done by laparoscopy.

With regards

M.K. Gupta





Sometimes endometriosis affects other organs such as the bowel or ureter (the tube from the kidney to the bladder). If this is the case, you may require further surgery at a later date. Further surgery is likely to involve other specialist surgeons.
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