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STUDY OF MANAGEMENT OF OVARIAN CYSTS

STUDY OF MANAGEMENT OF OVARIAN CYSTS

*Dr. Chalank Baqir Kanber, Dr. Samra Suhail Hadi Hamad, Dr. Sanaa Hasan Salman Al-Kufaishi

Journal Title:World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Abstract


Ovarian cyst accidents include cyst rupture, haemorrhage and torsion. Torsion commonly occurs to the whole adnexa and is not necessarily associated with an ovarian cyst. Suspected adnexal torsion should always be managed with early laparoscopy and detorsion of the twisted tube or ovary. Ovarian cyst rupture and haemorrhage usually occur in association with physiological (functional) cysts and are generally self-limiting. Laparoscopy may be necessary in cases where the diagnosis is in doubt or for haemodynamic compromise. Clinical features of ovarian cyst accidents are nonspecific. Ultrasound is the first-line investigation and is diagnostic in the case of haemorrhage. Typical ultrasound findings have been described for ovarian torsion, including an enlarged oedematous ovary with peripheral displacement of follicles. Doppler blood flow findings are variable and not diagnostic.