Tecoma ovary: causes and treatment of pathology
Caring for women’s health — one of the main rules in every woman’s life. Special attention should be paid to the female reproductive system. And now we are talking about a disease like ovarian tecoma.
So is called a benign tumor composed of stromal cells, which secrete the hormone estrogen. In most cases the tumor is detected in women under 30 years or in the perimenopausal period, characterized by natural age fading of the functions of the reproductive system or. Other groups of women are not immune from cancers of the ovary, but fall into the group of lesser risk.
Like any other tumor, ovarian tecoma comes in many forms. It is usually possible to distinguish between unilateral or bilateral TECOM. The shape of the formation resembles the ovary. The tumor is smooth, with a dense texture. If you cut it, you can see that inside it is yellow in color, sometimes liquid-filled, and sometimes jelly-like substance. If the disease was hemorrhage, may present as red.
If we consider education under a microscope, you will notice that it is a tight spindle-shaped fibers. Due to the accumulation under normal physical conditions, lipid tecoma can turn into malignant.
Tecoma makes itself felt very slowly, especially in women in postmenopausal period. Usually the symptoms appear only several years after menopause. With tangible symptoms mostly appear only when the benign TECOM. A malignant tumor is almost not felt in the body.
Because the tumor secretes hormones, women can disrupt the menstrual cycle, occur uterine bleeding. And if the diagnosis is felt unnatural softness and mobility of the uterus.
Doctors recorded that the degeneration of benign tumors of the ovary malignant occurs only in 14 cases out of 300.
Usually for diagnosing TECOM use personal patient testimony and the results of gynecological examinations. For additional and more accurate diagnosis conduct a special ultrasound examination of the internal organs of the reproductive system in a non-invasive method of pin verification. An effective method for diagnosing ovarian TECOM is also laparostomy, but the cost of this procedure is quite high.
Neither benign nor malignant tecoma are not treated. To get rid of it is possible only through surgical intervention. In this case, an experienced surgeon removes the tumor fully, along with appendages. This is due to the fact that tecoma ovarian disease mainly of women aged 50+ with completed childbearing function and can be reborn.
To date, the special means of prevention of tumors of the ovaries does not exist. Therefore, to ensure women’s health needs every six months to undergo a comprehensive examination of the female reproductive system from her gynecologist. Also at least once a year is recommended to perform ultrasound examination of internal body systems. The woman needs to carefully monitor your menstrual cycle and note any changes that occur in the body. The only way to detect a disease such as tecoma ovary, and successfully get rid of it.
If any symptoms should immediately consult a doctor for examination and to obtain advice on all troubling issues.