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414 Possible Causes for Ascites, Menopause, Ovarian Disorder

  • Ovulation

    - If you are suffering from Poly-cystic ovarian disorder (PCOD), your ovulation gets affected.[] To describe a unique case of massive ascites associated with gonadotropin therapy. Case report. Patient in a hospital-based private IVF center.[] Because her serum gonadotropin levels indicated hypogonadotropic hypogonadism, a main symptom of Kallmann's syndrome, we attempted to induce ovulation using a low-dose human menopausal[]

  • Oophoritis

    Autoimmune oophoritis is a rare disorder causing ovarian failure clinically characterized by amenorrhea and infertility.[] ( 6644690 ) Ledger W. 1983 5 Bilateral enterobius vermicularis salpingo-oophoritis. ( 6848994 ) Kogan J....Price H. 1983 6 Acute postmenopausal salpingo-oophoritis with ascites[] Three patients with premature menopause presumably caused by this agent were described.[]

  • Carboplatin

    […] provides thorough, yet succinct insight into the ever-changing realm of ovarian disorders.[] Menopausal symptoms Sometimes carboplatin can cause women who haven’t been through the menopause to experience menopausal symptoms .[] The other had complete resolution of ascites and omentum lesions confirmed by radiological examination.[]

  • Ovarian Dysgerminoma

    […] provides thorough, yet succinct insight into the ever-changing realm of ovarian disorders.[] Ascitic cytology revealed a high incidence of positivity in 6 of the 10 (60%) cases examined.[] Therefore the occurrence of post-radiotherapy amenorrhea, characterized by high serum gonadotropin levels, should not always be considered pathognomonic of precocious menopause[]

  • Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome

    Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome is a rare, but potentially life-threatening iatrogenic disorder arising from ovulation induction or ovarian hyperstimulation for assisted[] Twelve patients with OHSS and ascites were included in the study.[] To date, only 30 cases of gonadotropinoma causing ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome in pre-menopausal women have been reported.[]

  • Brenner Tumor

    Brenner tumor is a rare ovarian neoplasm which is generally monolateral, more rarely bilateral, and often associated with endometrial disorders related to oestrogenic production[] A 77-year-old woman presented with malignant Brenner tumor and ascites.[] An 88-year-old menopausal Japanese female suffering from atypical genital bleeding received a left oophorectomy for a tumor of the left ovary.[]

  • Surgical Procedure

    Cancer Scarless Hysterectomy (Baptist Hospital, Miami, FL, 10/17/2013) Ovarian Disorders Scarless Hysterectomy (Baptist Hospital, Miami, FL, 10/17/2013) Pelvic Support Problems[] Tumor invasion of the cervix and deep muscularis as well as the parametrium, EC Stage Ib, grade 3 and ascites had carcinoma cells, were high-risk factors of EC metastasis[] They develop from the smooth muscle tissue of the uterus, ranging in size from tiny to huge, and often shrink after pregnancy and menopause .[]

  • Tubo-Ovarian Abscess

    Ovarian abscess is a serious condition and it needs immediate treatment.[] Hyper-intense ascites was found in all of the patients with ruptured endometrial cyst and none with TOA (p 0.0001).[] A 54-year-old menopausal woman visited the emergency room with lower abdominal pain, vomiting, and fever for 4 days.[]

  • Struma Ovarii

    […] new practice issues and their biologic basis including approaches to vulvar, cervical and endometrial precursors as well as the underpinnings of cervical, endometrial and ovarian[] Struma ovarii can mimic ovarian malignancy clinically, when presented with ascites and an elevated CA-125 level.[] We described a case of benign struma ovarii associated to bilateral mature cystic ovarian teratoma in an asymptomatic post-menopausal woman with breast cancer.[]

  • Meigs Syndrome

    […] salpingitis, fallopian tube malignancy; ovarian disorders such as serous, mucinous, endometrioid, or clear cell carcinoma, Brenner tumor, granulosa cell tumor, stromal tumor[] Pseudo-Meigs' syndrome accompanied by massive ascites in uterine leiomyoma is rare.[] Elevated tumor markers for a post-menopausal woman presenting with a multilocular adnexal mass, ascites, and pleural effusion were interpreted as being highly suspicious of[]

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