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Relating to an ovary or the ovaries.‘an ovarian cyst’
- ‘Girls with ovarian tumors may have abdominal pain and masses that can be felt in the abdomen.’
- ‘This condition is defined as an iatrogenic complication of ovarian stimulation.’
- ‘Four of the women who kept their ovaries went on to develop ovarian cancer.’
- ‘Egg collection should be cancelled if there is a risk of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome.’
- ‘Very occasionally, an ovarian cyst is an early form of ovarian cancer.’
- ‘The patient's father died of lung cancer and her mother died of ovarian cancer.’
- ‘The most common cyst is a functional ovarian cyst, and there are two types.’
- ‘However, the risk of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome also needs to be minimised.’
- ‘Ovarian ultrasonography for detection of ovarian cysts or fibromas is also indicated.’
- ‘If you have pelvic pain or questions about ovarian cysts, talk to your physician.’
- ‘Women with polycystic ovarian syndrome can find it difficult to conceive.’
- ‘Routine screening for ovarian cancer is not recommended by any medical organization.’
- ‘This is used less often than surgery and chemotherapy to treat ovarian cancer.’
- ‘The same survey was given to women presenting at a specialty clinic for removal of an ovarian or pelvic mass.’
- ‘In girls, hirsutism and acne may suggest polycystic ovarian syndrome.’
- ‘Few studies have examined referral patterns in ovarian cancer.’
- ‘To confirm an ovarian cyst, you'll usually need to have an ultrasound scan as well.’
- ‘It implies a reduced ovarian reserve and the possibility of incipient premature ovarian failure.’
- ‘This may lead to ovarian cysts developing, along with pain and swelling of the abdomen.’
- ‘If you are past menopause and have an ovarian cyst, your doctor will probably want you to have surgery.’
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