|Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Uzma - Mar 9th, 2013 2:45 pm.|
|I have diagnosed Dermoid Ovarian Cyst in my left Ovary measuring 4.9 x 3.4 x 2.4 cm corresponding to 22.4 ml. I would like to know If surgery is the only option for the removal of such Cyst, then which method of surgery is recommended in my case. Laproscopy or Open Surgery...? and is it safe...? I mean, will my ovary remain safe after removal of cyst...? I live in Islamabad, Pakistan, so if you can also recommend me some good surgeon who can operate me...|
re: Dermoid Ovarian Cyst by Dr J S Chowhan - Mar 11th, 2013 1:09 pm
Dr J S Chowhan
Dermoid cysts grow slowly and are not tender unless ruptured. They usually occur evidently, inside the skull, for the lower back, and in the ovaries. Superficial dermoid cysts on the face generally be removed without complications. Elimination of other, rarer dermoid cysts requires special techniques and training. These rarer dermoid cysts exist in 4 major areas:
Ovarian dermoid cysts: These growths can produce in the woman during her reproductive years. They can cause torsion, infection, rupture, and cancer. These dermoid cysts can be taken off with either conventional surgical treatment or laparoscopy, surgery that utilizes small incisions and engineered instruments to enter the abdomen or pelvis.
Dermoid ovarian cysts are bizarre because they contain various sorts of cells. They arise collected from one of cell which has the potential for being anything by the body processes. They are often stuffed with a greasy, thick fluid and may contain hair, cartilage and even well-formed teeth! Sweat glands, thyroid tissue and muscle tissues may also be found. Old textbooks showed dermoids being a tiny humunculous, or individual within the ovary.
Elimination of a dermoid cyst by laparoscopic surgery must not affect your fertility. As with every pelvic surgery, care have to be delivered to prevent the formation of adhesions. So long as you possess some normal ovarian tissue left, even though small section of both ovaries are removed, you will still ovulate, and you might become pregnant.
We can not advise much for Pakistan but your surgery can be performed at World Laparoscopy Hospital.
J S Chowhan
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