A 30-year-old woman with, hematuria and anemia was presented with skin spots. Ultrasound of abdomen detected normal kidneys; at the pelvis, there was a big mass with size of 25 cm from pubis to umbilicus. Suggest the treatment for the same?

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Mass occupying pubis to umbilicus in a women more likely uterine fibroid or ovarian tumor Pt has hematuria with skin spots which are likely PURPURIC Needs to workout blood dyscrazia Adv ct abdomen and cancer markers

Thanx dr Dinesh Gupta
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IT'S A..CASE OF.. ? UTERINE PATHOLOGY.. ? APPENDICULAR PATHOLOGY.. NEED'S.. * ANEMIA PROFILE.. * MRI STUDY.. * FNAC..

Tnx Dr Ashok Leel sir
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? UTERINE/FIBROID MASS STILL TO BE RULED OUT BY CT/MRI CBC,ESR,LFT,RFT,TFT, CA125,FNAC, URINE RE/ME AND C/S TO BE CONSIDERED FOR SURGICAL INTERVENTION AND HP STUDY

Thanks Dr. Ashok Leel
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* Appendicular ( Mass or abscess) ** Uterine fibroid

Thanks Dr kute Ankush
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Hematuria , and anemia Skin lesions are Ecchymosis. Likely to be Hemaetological disorder , Coagulopathy. Mass in the pelvis ? Malignant lesion . ? DIVC related to intraabdominal malignancy

Uterine fibroid? Appendicular abscess? Better to adv MRI whole abdomen. FNAC Nd further related investigations.

Uterine mass Lipoma Fibroma

Ruptured ectopic pregnancy abdominal DD Twisted ovarian cyst

Need history in detail. Married , unmarried,kids,LSCS,any h/o surgery,parity & all.

Thank you Dr Lele.
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Get MRI Whole abd to get a clear picture of mass CBC to rule out aplastic anemia Fibroid ovarian mass Skin spots due to anemia

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