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Management Adnexal Masses

Funtional or physiologix- follicles, hemorrhagic, corpus luteal

Inflammatory- PID, endometrioma

Other benign-paratubal cysts, hydrosalpinx, ectopic, ovarian torsion

Benign neoplasms-

Malignant-

Risk factors-

Evidence of vertical

Features suggestive of such mutations in an individual family-

Symptoms: bloating, pelvic pain, early satiety, urinary urgency or frequency

Risks associated with increased ovarian cancer nulliparity, early menarche, and late menopause

Author
Dr. Khalil

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