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The Use of International Ovarian Tumor Analysis and Assessment of Adnexal Neoplasia in Differentiating Malignant and Benign Adnexal Masses

All participants will be subjected to Serum measurements of CA-125 by the immunoradiometric assay, Ultrasound evaluation of the Adnexal masses which is described according to origin (ovarian/extraovarian); position (right/left/bilateral); number of lesions; type of lesions (unilocular/multilocular); size in three dimensions (longitudinal, anteroposterior and transverse diameters); intracystic fluid echogenicity; number of loculations; presence and size of septations (only thick...


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Natera Ovarian Cancer Detection Assay

The purpose of this study is to collect blood, tissue, and health information from individuals with adnexal masses to develop a blood test to detect ovarian cancer.

Clinical Validation of the InterVenn Ovarian CAncer Liquid Biopsy

Venn Biosciences Corporation ("InterVenn") has developed a liquid biopsy that is capable of distinguishing benign from malignant masses in women presenting with adnexal (pelvic) masses, through a simple blood test. The underlying technology combines mass spectrometry and artificial intelligence/machine learning to analyze tumor-associated changes in circulating glycoproteins. The purpose of this study is to prospectively collect de-identified biological samples and data ...


Prospective Validation and Comparison of Different Ultrasound Methods for Discrimination Between Benign and Malignant Ovarian/Tubal Masses Prior to Surgery

The ability of different methods to discriminate between benign and malignant adnexal masses has been compared in a meta-analysis showing that the IOTA Simple Rules and the IOTA logistic regression model LR2 were superior to RMI and to all other methods for predicting malignancy in an adnexal mass included in the meta-analysis. However, a fair comparison of methods requires them to be applied on the same tumor population. The general objective of this study is to prospectively...

Diffusion MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) Using ADC (Apparent Diffusion Coefficient) Histograms in the Evaluation of Adnexal Tumor Aggressiveness

Diffusion-weighted sequences have been routinely performed for years to study the pelvis. They have been so far mainly qualitatively interpreted, that is to say as the absence or presence of an hypersignal at a high b value. The quantitative analysis involves placing the region of interest (ROI) on the apparent diffusion coefficient (ADC) map. The manual placement is very operator dependent, and does not reflect the entirety of the studied mass. In all fields of Magnetic Reson...

Contrast-Enhanced Subharmonic Ultrasound Imaging in Improving Characterization of Adnexal Masses in Patients Undergoing Surgery

This pilot clinical trial studies how well contrast-enhanced subharmonic ultrasound imaging works in improving the characterization of adnexal masses in patients undergoing surgery. Contrast-enhanced subharmonic ultrasound imaging uses high-frequency sound waves to produce images of internal organs and when combined with an ultrasound agent such as perflutren lipid microspheres, may help improve imaging and management of adnexal masses.

Risk of Malignancy Index and Assiut Scoring Model for Adnexal Malignancy

The presence of an adnexal mass is a frequent reason for a woman to be referred to a gynaecologist. The discrimination between benign and malignant adnexal masses is central to decisions regarding clinical management and surgical planning in such patients. Patients with malignant tumours should be referred to a gynaecological oncologist, as the quality of cytoreductive surgery and surgical staging/lymph node dissection are important prognostic factors in ovarian cancer. These s...

ADNEXMR Scoring System: Impact of an MR Scoring System on Therapeutic Strategy of Pelvic Adnexal Masses

Background : About 25% of adnexal masses remain indeterminate after transvaginal ultrasonography, as evidenced by the published literature. According to a multicenter study conducted in France by Huchon et al., surgery is mainly indicated based on tumor size and ultrasonographic appearances and a high rate of benignity is finally found at pathology (83.3%). MRI is the most accurate second-line imaging technique for characterizing adnexal masses with an accuracy>95%. However, am...

Benefits of Laparoscopy by Single Port Access for Adnexal Surgery

Introduction Single port access (SPA) is a recent laparoscopic technic evaluated in several pathologies. Benefits of this technic is poorly reported concerning adnexal surgical procedures. Results of both randomised studies including adnexectomy and ovarian cystectomy are discordants. So it seems interesting to conduct a new study about this technic. Aim of this study is to compare postoperative pain after laparoscopic surgery for adnexal pathology by SPA or classic lapa...

Transumbilical Versus Lateral Transabdominal Removal of Benign Adnexal Masses Via Laparoscopy

In cases of benign adnexal mass laparoscopic surgery, women were randomized to two groups: transumbilical vs. transabdominal removal. Need for pain medication, postoperative pain and patients´ satisfaction were assessed between the groups, as well as surgeons´ opinions and costs.

Clinical Characteristics of Patients Under the Age 21 Years Who Underwent Gynecological Surgery

Young patients with adnexal lesions may have variable presenting symptoms. In this study, we reviewed the clinical characteristics of young Korean patients who took the operation in university hospital with adnexal lesions over the past 14 years.

Ovarian Cancer Risk Estimation in Patients With Pelvic Mass

The purpose of this study is to determine whether the Risk of Ovarian Cancer Algorithm (ROMA) is effective in the determination of a woman's risk of cancer when she is scheduled to have surgery to remove a pelvic mass. After Informed Consent is obtained, an Initial Cancer Risk Assessment will be made. A blood sample will be collected within 30 days of the surgical procedure. Results of the surgical procedure will be collected and analyzed against the CA125 and HE4 results us...

MRI Perfusion in Adnexal Masses

As ovarian cancer is characterized by an anarchic neovascularization resulting in a wide number of immature microvessels. These vessels are characterized by a lack of coverage by pericytes and the higher expression of one of the receptors of Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor on both endothelial and epithelial cells of ovarian cystadenocarcinomas. These physio pathogenic characteristics have been demonstrated to be in line with variations of MR perfusion parameters. Unli...

Low vs Standard Pneumoperitoneum Pressure During Single Port Access Laparoscopic for Adnexal Pathology

During laparoscopy pneumoperitoneum creates the necessary space in which to perform the operation. Growing evidence in general surgery has shown that reduction of intra-abdominal pressure during laparoscopy is related to improved postoperative outcomes, decreased pain perception, length of hospital stay, and analgesic rescue dosage in patients undergoing minimally invasive procedures using low pneumoperitoneum pressure (LPP) compared with standard pneumoperitoneum pressure (SPP...

Adnexal Mass After Methotrexate Treatment for Ectopic Pregnancies

Ectopic pregnancies are a common morbidity in the gynaecological field. Previous work done by our team has shown the benefits of conservative treatment with only BHCG (Beta-Human Chorionic Gonadotropin) monitoring, proving that a vast number of patients will have a self resolution without the need for any further medical intervention. In addition, our working hypothesis is that this process in contrast to Methotrexate is a more physiologic one with less inflammatory and necrosi...

Notes Adnexectomy for Benign Pathology Compared to Laparoscopic Excision

Objective: To compare vNOTES (vaginal Natural Orifice Transluminal Endoscopic Surgery) and established laparoscopic removal of benign adnexal masses Study design: Randomized controlled/single center/single-blinded/parallel-group/non-inferiority/efficacy trial. Study population: Women aged 18 to 70 years with symptomatic or persistent benign adnexal masses detected by clinical examination and ultrasound. Randomization: Women will be randomly allocated to undergo one of two tec...

Folate Receptor in Diagnosing Ovarian Cancer Using Serum Samples From Patients With Newly Diagnosed Pelvic Mass or Previously Diagnosed Ovarian Cancer

This pilot research trial studies folate receptor in diagnosing ovarian cancer using serum samples from patients with a newly diagnosed pelvic mass or previously diagnosed ovarian cancer. Studying samples of serum from patients with ovarian cancer in the laboratory may help understand the use of folate receptor induction as a clinical tool in initial diagnosis, surveillance, and recurrence.

Robotic Assisted Surgery for Treatment of Gynecological Diseases: Pilot Study

This is a prospective, single-center clinical trial. One hundred and fifty patients affected by adnexal and uterine diseases will be recruited to undergo treatment with robotic assisted laparoscopic procedures using the innovative TELELAP ALF-X Endoscopic Robotic Surgical System with the primary objective of assessing the feasibility, efficacy and safety of this approach.

EURAD MRI Classification of US Indeterminate Adnexa Lesions

This research is targeting patients with sonographically indeterminate adnexal mass that are being referred for clinical MR imaging. Investigators from the UW will be contributing coded MR images and associated health information (US results, laboratory/pathology results) to the EURAD trial. In addition, outcomes data on each patient will be sent at month 24 of the research.

French National Database of Rare Dermatological Cancers

Merkel cell carcinoma, advanced basal cell carcinoma requiring systemic treatment, and cutaneous adnexal carcinomas are 3 types of rare skin cancers for which much remains unknown in terms of natural behavior, prognosis, treatment and outcomes. CARADERM is a French prospective national cohort enrolling patients with either one of these 3 tumor types, whose objectives are : - to provide epidemiological, clinical and socio-economic characteristics of patients - to ...

Using ICG Dye to Identify Ovarian Lymph Nodes in Women Undergoing Risk-Reducing Minimally Invasive Surgery

The purpose of this study is to explore whether or not it is possible to identify the ovarian sentinel lymph node using indocyanine green / ICG dye in women undergoing minimally invasive surgery for an adnexal mass.

Novel Equations for Estimating Lean Body Mass

Simplified methods to estimate lean body mass (LBM), an important nutritional measure representing muscle mass and somatic protein, are lacking in non-dialyzed patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD). Objective: We developed and tested a reliable equations for estimation of LBM in daily clinical practice.

Biological Effects of Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) in the Elderly

The purpose of the study is to examine whether DHEA replacement therapy is associated with beneficial changes in body composition (i.e., increases in lean mass and bone mass, and decreases in fat mass).

Effects of Negative Energy Balance on Muscle Mass Regulation

The investigators here propose to perform a prospective randomized intervention trial in post-menopausal women to investigate the endocrine network, which contributes to the changes in skeletal muscle mass during weight loss.

The Role of TSH Receptor, PPAR-r, IGF-1R, IGF and Cytokines in Different Stages of Graves’Ophthalmopathy

The exact mechanism of the pathogenesis of Graves’ ophthalmopathy is still unknown. Histopathologically, extraocular muscle inflammation and orbital fat inflammation are two prominent changes. In the past year, we had investigated the morphological features of the Müller muscle in patients with thyroid lid retraction using the special stain and immunohistochemistry. In our findings, the smooth muscle cells, in the diseased group, were replaced by variable adipose and fibrosi...


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