International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 6, Part H (2016)
Histomorphological study of neoplastic ovarian lesions in Jodhpur region
Dr. Sanjay Gaur, Dr. Rajni Joshee, Dr. AR Kalla, Dr. Chichani Sushil and Dr. Gautam Chand Sirvi
Ovary is an important organ as it is concerned with the reproduction of progeny. Ovarian neoplasms are common tumors in females comprising 23% of all gynecological tumors and are the most common gynecological malignancy.
Methods: A total of 242 cases taken, inclusive of retrospective and prospective cases were studied. For the retrospective study, tumors of ovary registered in the histopathological registers in Department of Pathology were taken. For prospective study, specimens of ovary received from Hospitals of Dr. S.N. Medical College Jodhpur.
Results: Out of 242 cases of ovarian tumors 203 were benign, 5 were borderline tumors and 34 were malignant tumors.
Conclusions: It is concluded from this study that on morphological grounds, tumors originating from surface epithelium are the commonest variant. Majority of the ovarian tumors are benign.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Sanjay Gaur, Dr. Rajni Joshee, Dr. AR Kalla, Dr. Chichani Sushil and Dr. Gautam Chand Sirvi. Histomorphological study of neoplastic ovarian lesions in Jodhpur region. International Journal of Applied Research. 2016; 2(6): 461-462.