Role of ultrasound in the management of ovarian carcinoma.

Abstract

The ultrasound findings of the pelvis, upper abdomen and peritoneal cavity were correlated with second-look laparotomy in 85 patients with Stage III or Stage IV ovarian carcinoma. High values of accuracy were obtained for the pelvis (90%) and liver (91%) but ultrasound was insensitive to peritoneal disease unless ascites was present.

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@article{Khan1983RoleOU, title={Role of ultrasound in the management of ovarian carcinoma.}, author={Omeir Khan and David Cosgrove and Eve Wiltshaw and Charnelle Bland and Victor R. McCready}, journal={Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine}, year={1983}, volume={76 10}, pages={821-7} }