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RevistaGinecologia8(29)34-36(2020)
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Ultrasound diagnosis of ovarian fibromas

A. Bouariu, C. Gică, G. Iancu, R. Botezatu, G. Peltecu, A.M. Panaitescu, N. Gică


Rezumat: Ovarian fibromas are representative in the group of solid benign tumors of the ovary, accounting for 4% of all ovarian masses. Ovarian fibromas have sex cord/stromal origin and appear particularly in the fourth or fifth decade in menopausal women. The aim of this study is to determine the accurate and reproducible ultrasound elements for the diagnosis of ovarian fibromas, through a comparative analysis between the specialty literature and the experience from the “Filantropia” Clinical Hospital of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Bucharest. Mostly clinical asymptomatic or with a nonspecific appearance, ovarian fibromas require a careful approach and a constant differential diagnosis with gynecological tumors, especially uterine pathology, and pelvic masses. This study describes eight clinical cases of ovarian fibromas, diagnosed in the “Filantropia” Clinical Hospital in 2018. All cases were unilateral ovarian tumors, diagnosed by ultrasonography and histopathologicaly confirmed, after surgical treatment. The surgical treatment is mandatory due to the difficult differential diagnosis and the possibility of a malignant involvement.
Cuvinte cheie: ovarian fibroma, ultrasound diagnosis, ovarian trumors

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