Abdominopelvic pain & a palpable mass

A 72 y/o postmenopausal and nullipar female presented with abdominopelvic pain and a palpable mass in the right lower quadrant from 3 years. There was no history of surgery or medical illness. Per abdominal examination revealed a mobile hard pelvic mass in the right lower quadrant. Abdominal ultrasound examination showed a 15x10x8cm, hyperechoic, solid mass in the right lower quadrant. X ray of the abdomen showed a radioopaque mass in the same area. CT was performed. Please give your valuable opinion on the case.

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This is ovarian mass Ad biopsy for diagnosis Take out full mass by surgery
Ovarian mass should not be biopsied
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72 yrs postmenopausal with abdominal mass chances of malignancy very high .after investigations surgery can be planned with oncosurgeon
Mustakaristha 2tsp twice a day.sanjeevini vati 1 tablet twice daily for 1 week.Ample water , buttermilk and pomegranate juice.
Ovarian tumor suspected to be malignant advised ovariotomy and histopathology onwards
Melignency is the first and high suspection. Proceed accordingly for investigation.
Post menopausal woman with a pelvic mass likely to be a ovarian mass ? Malignancy
MAYBE MALIGNANT MASS ADV FNAC
Bowel. ? Ovarian calcified
Overian Tumor. ?
ca endometium

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