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JAMA ; Bhuvanesh U, Logambal A. Study of ovarian tumours. J Obstet Gynaecol India ; Histomorphological study of primary ovarian tumours. Adv Lab Med Int ; Clinico-histopathological analysis of neoplastic and non-neoplastic lesions of the ovary: A 3-year prospective study in Dhule, North Maharashtra, India. J Clin Diagn Res ; Histopathological study of ovarian lesions. Int J Sci Res ; A clinicopathologic Study of ovarian tumours. Acta Obstet Gyanecol Jpn ; A clinicopathological study of malignant ovarian tumours in India. Intra-operative cytology of ovarian tumours. J Obstet Gynecol India ; Pak J Biol Sci ; If you or your doctor thinks you are at high risk of developing ovarian cancer, the Cancer Genetics and Prevention Program at Dana-Farber can create a personalized program to accurately estimate your risk and work with you — together with your physicians and nurse practitioners — to lower your risk as much as possible.
If ovarian cancer is found after examining ovarian tissue samples, further tests are done to see if the cancer cells have spread within the ovaries or to other parts of the body. The process used to find out if and how far the cancer has spread beyond the uterus is called staging.
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Information from exams and diagnostic tests is used to determine the extent of the tumor, and whether or not the cancer has spread to the lymph nodes or other tissues. The staging of ovarian cancer is the most important factor in determining a treatment plan. Read disclaimer about translations Please note that some translations using Google Translate may not be accurately represented and downloaded documents cannot be translated.
Dana-Farber assumes no liability for inaccuracies that may result from using this third-party tool, which is for website translation and not clinical interactions. You may request a live medical interpreter for a discussion about your care. Ovarian Cancer. Share Print Email. How We Diagnose Ovarian Cancer Testing for ovarian cancer Ovarian cancer is no longer considered just one type of cancer.
Our pathologists and researchers are skilled at diagnosing common and rare ovarian cancers, including: Epithelial : This is the most common type of ovarian cancer, which starts in the epithelial tissue, the lining on the outside of the ovary or in the fallopian tube. Epithelial ovarian cancer also includes primary peritoneal cancer and fallopian tube cancer. This type of ovarian cancer is divided into serous high grade and low grade , mucinous, endometrioid high grade and low grade , clear cell, transitional, and undifferentiated types. Ovarian carcinosarcoma is another rare type of ovarian cancer that we treat.
Germ cell : Germ cell tumors begin in the egg-producing cells. The main subtypes are teratoma, dysgerminoma, endodermal sinus tumor, and choriocarcinoma.
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The ovarian cancer proteome TCGA data analysis Unfavourable prognostic genes in ovarian cancer Favourable prognostic genes in ovarian cancer The ovarian cancer transcriptome Additional information Relevant links and publications. Dictionary Ovarian cancer.
Ovarian cancer The ovarian cancer proteome TCGA data analysis Unfavourable prognostic genes in ovarian cancer Favourable prognostic genes in ovarian cancer The ovarian cancer transcriptome Additional information Relevant links and publications Dictionary Ovarian cancer The ovarian cancer proteome Epithelial carcinoma of the ovary is one of the most common gynecologic malignancies and the fifth most frequent cause of cancer death in women.
TCGA data analysis In this metadata study we used data from TCGA where transcriptomics data was available from females with ovarian serous cystadenocarcinoma.