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In this lecture ´´Benign Lesions of Ovary´´ are explained. Section one is about ‘‘Ovarian Enlargement’’. Educator tells that ovarian enlargement is both neoplastic and non-neoplastic. Then causes of non-neoplastic ovarian enlargement are reported. In the next slide, functional cyst features are highlighted. This is followed by follicular cysts. Moreover, management of follicular cysts is explained. Afterwards, corpus luteum cyst is elucidated. In the end lutein cysts are exhibited.
Benign Ovarian Neoplasm
Section two is about ‘’Benign Ovarian Neoplasm’’. In this section educator characterizes benign ovarian neoplasms. Then mucinous cyst adenoma is illustrated. This is followed by naked eye appearance. Subsequently, microscopic examination is conducted. Afterwards, serous cyst adenoma is presented. Alongside its naked eye appearance is also exhibited. Moreover, brenner tumor and dermoid cyst are illustrated. Lastly, naked eye appearance is shown.
Investigations and Diagnosis
Section three is about ‘’Investigations and Diagnosis’’. Prime focus here is discussion of investigations through palpation, percussion, auscultation, and pelvic examination. Subsequently, special investigation and differential diagnosis are focused. Educator tells the complications of benign ovarian tumors. At last, torsion of pedicle is explained.
Clinical Features and Management
section four is about ‘’Clinical Features and Management’’. Educator’s first theme of elucidation is the difference between benign and malignant tumor. After that struma ovarii and strumal carcinoids are discussed. Then clinical features of benign tumors are pursued. Moreover, management of benign ovarian tumor is highlighted. In the end, guidelines for surgery in apparently benign tumor are given.
Borderline Epithelial Tumor
Section five is about ‘’Borderline Epithelial Tumor’’. In the beginning of this section Borderline Epithelial Tumors of Ovary are explained. Then its treatment is focused. Following this, parovarian cyst is discussed. Removal of tumor is exhibited lastly.