Socio-Demographic and Clinicopathological Study of Ovarian Cancer in Tertiary Care Hospital of North Central Region of India
Ankita soni, B.R. Shrivastava, Archana Shraivastava, Alok Kumar Soni
Corresponding Author : Alok Kumar Soni,
Cancer Hospital and Research Institute Gwalior (Madhya Pradesh), India.
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Received : 2017-09-10 Accepted : 2017-10-22 Published : 2017-10-22
Abstract : Ovarian cancer has progressively become leading cause of death in females of worldwide and has second position in the most common gynecological malignancy in India. This study was to evaluate the causative factors, clinical and histopathological detail of ovarian cancer cases registering in cancer hospital in Gwalior, and to increase awareness of gynecological malignancy among central region of India. Study was carried out in 56 cases of clinically proven ovarian cancer patients at cancer hospital and research institute, Gwalior, India. Different variables including age of patients at diagnosis, parity of patients, clinical profile includes levels of CA125, histological types and socio-demographic data were collected and analyzed. In this study, 87.5% of the cases were suffering from malignant while only 12.5 % had benign tumor. Most common symptom of complaints is abdominal distension (48.21%), abdominal pain (32.14%) and lower abdominal lump (26.78%). Multiparty was associated with the malignant ovarian cancer in 85.71% patients. This study found the epithelial ovarian cancer as the most common malignancy and both serous (25%) and mucinous cyst adenocarcinoma (21.42%) was the common variant of ovarian carcinoma found in our study.
Keywords : Cancer, Ovarian tumor, epithelial, histopathology, malignancy
Citation : Alok Kumar Soni. et al. (2017). Socio-Demographic and Clinicopathological Study of Ovarian Cancer in Tertiary Care Hospital of North Central Region of India. J. of Advancement in Medical and Life Sciences. V5I4. DOI : 10.5281/zenodo.1034648
Copyright : © 2017 Alok Kumar Soni. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
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