Clinical Approach to Adnexal Disease
The diagnostic-instrumental finding of an alteration to the adnexal region occurs in 1.5–2% of females over 40 years of age and poses a complex problem of differential diagnosis. Correct identification of the condition is crucial for the appropriate clinical management of the disease.
KeywordsOvarian Cancer Bicornuate Uterus Septate Uterus Adenomatoid Tumor Unicornuate Uterus
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