Women may not need to go through a surgical center for ovarian disorders that do not contain cancer, and & # 39; avoiding independent operational problems.
This is the search of a new research, with a team of international scientists from venues, including Imperial College London and KU Leuven, which was published in The Lancet Oncology.
The two-year study of 1919 followed women from 10 different countries, including the UK, and # 39; Belgium, Sweden and Italy, which proved to have ovarian coffins uncomfortable.
Uvarian cysts are full-fluid fill sacks that are full of fluid; grow on a woman 's appearance. They are very common and usually do not remove any marks. However, in some cases, they can stimulate pelvic pain and bloating.
Doctors refer to a patient with these symptoms for sound sound scans, where the cisteagan is classified as an abnormal (non-fatal), or cancer ailments. If you are diagnosed with cancer, the chests are always removed and monitored.
In a case of chisteogs that are thought to be uncertain, it is & # 39; Many women often recommend to remove the cisterpies quickly. This is due to the fact that there is a perceived risk of serious problems such as; chist to hit, or to # 39; causing the cars to move. There are also concerns that illegal cysts can "turn cancer" if they leave the place or that a coffin may be explained at a & # 39; first ultrasound scan.
However, it is a fairer wait & # 39; What do we say is that a surgery, where doctors do not remove the cysts, but they do it? keeping its appearance and appearance with regular red-sounded scans. This is because many cysts have a & # 39; decline and disappear from the scene or not over time.
The idea is still split on a golden watch, with many doctors all over the world to believe that illegal chests are depressed in the middle of the night. most cases.
The most recent survey is the most up to date on the maritime approach, followed by almost 2,000 women as scanned in the years following indirect diagnostic cist .
Out of the 1919 women in the trial court, there was a question in one out of five (20 per cent) who were disrupted, and 16% were taken. Overall, in 80 per cent of the case either was then arranged or interrupted. The women's average age was 48 in the survey, and it was an average size; chest 4cm.
Only 12 women were diagnosed after ovarian cancer, which posed a 0.4 per cent cancer risk. However, the researchers have warned that this could be due to the deterioration of tumors as they did not; Canned cancer on the first ultrasound scan, instead of having a & # 39; cancer conversion.
The level of other problems, such as ovarian spin or cyst break, 0.4 percent and 0.2 per cent respectively.
The research team says that these risks must be assessed along with the dangers of removal from surgery. The dangers of problems, such as sheep drover, are for the purpose of removing squirrels among women aged 50-74 between 3 and 15 percent.
Professor Dirk Timmerman, the principal author of KU Leuven, explained: "Despite these weaknesses, it would be small if the women in this group were involved In a survey, we could think that 29 to 123 of them could suffer back-to-face problems. Only 96 were under control, which means that there have been serious problems between 29 and 123 women . "
Professor Tom Bourne, a leading researcher from Imperial College London, said that this study suggests that the majority of women are suitably dependent when an ovarian coffin is marked as gift: "Our results may move to a degree as a result of the lack of a smaller surgery – so that ultrasound researchers can reliably diagnose cancer closure . "