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Ascitic fluid abdominal ct scan report
My sister in law age 36 years have excessive swelling in stomach.the acitic fluid culture report showed no bacterial growth. But abdominal ct scan is showing " a well defined heterogeneous soft tissue lesion in left and right adnexa. bilateral ovaries not seen separately from the lesion with thickened omentum with omentum caking with peritoneal deposits with gross ascitis- Neoplastic ( malignant bilateral ovarian lesion)." Please provide what is happening to her and how we should proceed.
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U can get investigated at local place after consulting online or contact All tests will be suggested after consultation as this looks like an advanced ovary cancer
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The CT report is suspicious for ovarian cancer. Please consult for further advise.
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As per reports , she is likely a case of ovarian cancer ..patient needs further evaluation with CA 125 and ascetic fluid cytology and cell block to confirm the diagnosis.
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CA 125 ( blood test ) Ascetic fluid aspiration for cytology and cell block
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Please coordinate are with dr r k choudhary
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Please go ahead with an ascitic fluid cytology If that’s negative a biopsy Endoscopy and colonoscopy Then chemotherapy
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See a medical oncologist at ur local place
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U can consult me online with ct scan films and reports. Treatment needs to be started
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You need to meet an oncologist for further testing and evaluation.
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It's likely a case of cancer of ovary. Please share the CT scan and CA 125 report.
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please consult online for line of treatment.
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