Ultrasound assessment of polycystic ovaries: Ovarian volume and morphology; which is more accurate in making the diagnosis?!
Conclusion Ovarian morphological is more reliable than ovarian volume in diagnosing patients with polycystic ovarian syndrome.
AbstractThe aim of the work is to determine the Suspicious sonographic findings associated with endometrial hyperplasia or cancer in premenopausal and perimenopausal women requiring uterine curettage other than endometrial thickness. Transvaginal ultrasonography examinations of premenopausal and perimenopausal women were reported here. These women underwent endometrial biopsy based on abnormal uterine bleeding or discharge and sonographic endometrial abnormalities. Histologically, hyperplasia was found in PCOS patients, endometrial cancer on top of tamoxifen therapy was found in others. The highly related ultrasound criter...
CONCLUSIONS: In our study 27% of patients suspected of PCOS met all Rotterdam criteria. The co-occurrence of symptoms increases the probability of hyperandrogenaemia. PMID: 31769270 [PubMed - in process]
ConclusionWe report a case of a young woman with type A insulin resistance syndrome that was misdiagnosed as polycystic ovary syndrome. We discuss the causes, clinical features, diagnosis, and treatment of type A insulin resistance syndrome to improve the recognition of the disease and reduce its misdiagnosis. Female patients with high androgen levels and severe hyperinsulinemia should be considered for the possibility of hereditary insulin resistance syndromes (such as type A insulin resistance syndrome). Gene sequencing helps in making an early diagnosis and developing a targeted treatment strategy.
Conclusion: Ovarian size is different between the right and the left ovary in women with polycystic ovary syndrome. PMID: 31739656 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
CONCLUSIONS: Our study reported how the synergistic action of myoinositol, L-tyrosine, selenium, and chromium could restore normal menstrual cycle, ovulation, and decrease weight in these patients. PMID: 31646603 [PubMed - in process]
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is the most common cause of infertility due to anovulation. In general, women with PCOS exhibit features of menstrual irregularity, hyperandrogenism, and insulin resistance; however, the phenotypic spectrum is broad. Diagnostic inconsistencies and heterogeneous inclusion criteria have limited the strength of available research studies and subsequent development of evidence-based guidelines. Although not required for the diagnosis of PCOS, ultrasound imaging is included within the most commonly used classification systems (1, 2).
Introduction: Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a leading cause of female subfertility worldwide, however due to the heterogeneity of the disorder, the criteria for diagnosis remains subject to conjecture. In the present study, we evaluate the utility of serum Anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) in the diagnosis of menstrual disturbance due to PCOS.Method: Menstrual cycle length, serum AMH, gonadotropin and sex-hormone levels, total antral follicle count (AFC), body mass index (BMI) and ovarian morphology on ultrasound were analyzed in a cohort of 187 non-obese women, aged 18–35 years, screened for participation in...
DiscussionPCOs measured in studies of mpMRI or MRI-guided biopsy thus far have mostly been physical outcomes, with some evidence that MRI tests are associated with less frequent adverse outcomes compared with transrectal ultrasound biopsy. There was very little evidence for the effect of mpMRI and MRI-guided biopsy on emotional, cognitive, social, or behavioral outcomes.
Authors: Kostakis EK, Gkioni LN, Macut D, Mastorakos G Abstract Menopause is the period of a woman's life that is characterized by the permanent cessation of menses associated to hormonal changes, of which the most important is the decrease of estrogen levels. Following menopause, the concentrations of circulating androgens decrease. However, increased concentrations of luteinizing hormone induce androgens secretion from the ovaries and presumably from the adrenal glands. Peripheral conversion of androgens results to the circulating hormonal androgen profile. Some pathological conditions are associated with greater...
ConclusionsAcromegaly patients frequently present systemic complications and a diagnostic delay. US features of acromegaly are not specific, but could potentially have a key role in early detection of the disease in the presence of typical clinical features.