*Please join me in spreading the awareness of reducing the incidence of Ovarian Cancer in India*
Translation from Marathi to English:
The over all *incidence* of ovarian tumour is 11.7% in India. It’s more common between 55-70 years of *age*.
*Risk factors* are
genetic familial history, mutation in genes.
*Symptoms and Sign*:
Asymptomatic or Symptomatic:
pain in the abdomen, swelling and distension of the abdomen, Facebook live interview of Dr Niranjan Chavan on Ovarian cancer
ascitis, lymph nodes palpable, oedema feet,
weight loss, cachexia.
Staging laparotomy with debulking of ovarian tumour with partial or complete omentectomy followed by chemotherapy.
*Role of laparoscopy*:
I don’t recommend unless the tumour size is less then 5-8 cm.
Port metastasis, spillage leading to upgradation of the stage of the tumour. Metastasis.
*Advance Stage*: Chemotherapy and / or Radiotherapy.
*Poor prognosis* when diagnosed in 3rd , 4th stage.
Those women who have strong history of familial history and are BRCA1-2 positive should undergo Bilateral salphigo- opphorectomy after the age of 35 years.
*Dr Niranjan Chavan*.
All are cordially invited today evening for MOGS TEACHERS DAY FELICITATION PROGRAM at J W MARRIOT HOTEL, International Airport T2, Andheri East, Mumbai from 7 PM onwards.
KNOW about our esteemed teachers and the journey they embarked upon to impart knowledge to their students.
Each one of them have given 3- 4 decades of their LIFE, TEACHING STUDENTS.
Imparting them with the wealth of wisdom, skills, & knowledge.
MOGS salutes them and appreciate their benovelent services in the field of Women’s Health and respects them on TEACHERS DAY.
Icing on the cake is Dr Rishma Pai Lecture on Endometriosis & Guest lecture by distinguished international speaker Dr Alesandro D Genazzani on PCOS.