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Amini A. DEMOGRAPHIC AND CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS OF 250 PATIENTS WITH PELVIC MASS IN SHAHID AKBARABADI HOSPITAL. RJMS. 1994; 1 :142-149
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Pelvic masses are common findings in patients referred to obstetric and gynecology clinics. These masses originate from various organs such as alimentary, urinary and genital systems.

In this survey demographic and clinical characters of 250 patients with pelvic mass referred to shahid Akbarabadi hospital in 2 consecutive years were studied retrospectivety. Chronic abdominal pain and abnormal uterine bleeding were common complaints of patients.

In young patients, the majority of masses were due to complications of pregnancy such as ectopic pregnancy. Leiomyoma and adenomyosis were most common histologic diagnosis. Almost always preoperative sonographic diagnosis were compatible with operative findings.

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Gynecology

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