Background: The most cancers of the ovaries tends to stay asymptomatic. Hence better appreciation of the natural records of disorder is necessary for prevention. The objective of the current find out about used to be to have a look at the epidemiological and clinical profile of girls with ovarian neoplasms at Bangladesh Specialized Hospital & Sirajul Islam Medical College Hospital, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Methods: A double centre hospital hospital based cross sectional study was carried out among women of age up to 35 years presenting tothe Obstetrics and Gynecology Department of Bangladesh Specialized Hospital & Sirajul Islam Medical College Hospital, Dhaka, Bangladesh during the study period of October 2016 to September 2019 two years. It was possible to study a total of 56 women in the present study as per the inclusion and exclusion criteria laid down for the present study. Results: This study was found that maximum cases were in the age group of 26-30 years (42.9%). Majority of the womenwere nulliparous (46.5%). The most commonly reported symptom of ovarian tumor was abdominal pain in 62.5% of the cases. 50% of women having menstrual symptoms complained of amenorrhea. There were 11 cases associated with pregnancy. Among them, four (36.4%) were of dermoid cyst. There were 9 cases of torsion. Among them maximum (55.6%) were of dermoid cyst. Maximum tumors (92.9%) were unilateral. Maximum tumors (73.2%) were of size less than 10 cm. maximum tumors (53.6%) were cystic with solid component. Ascites was seen in 14.2% of the cases. Conclusions: As the age increased the incidence of the ovarian neoplasms also increased. Bilaterality, small size andcystic nature were the most common features of the ovarian neoplasms. Though majority was simple, complications like torsion, association with pregnancy can be seen and hence thorough investigations are needed.
Faizun Nessa Akther, Shopna Rani Dhar, Kazi Zahidul Hoque, Nahid Nasrin Sultana. Epidemiological and clinical profile of ovarian neoplasms: A double centre hospital based study. International Journal of Contraception, Gynaecology and Obstetrics, Volume 1, Issue 1, 2019, Pages 14-17