Divya KP, Ashok Kumar, Sreelatha S, Vedavathy, Manasa, Nagesh, Reshma and Lakshmi
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, ESIMC & PGIMSR, Bangalore, IndiaFulltext PDF
Ovarian torsion is a rare but an emergency condition in women, early diagnosis is necessary as it is possible to preserve the function of the ovaries and tubes and prevent severe morbidity if surgery is undertaken early. It can affect all ages, most commonly seen in reproductive age group. It occurs in around 2% to 15% of the patients who have surgical treatment of adnexal masses. We are presenting a case of para 2 living 2 tubectomized with previous 2 LSCS came with complaints of pain abdomen since 3 days, associated with vomiting, emergency ultrasound was done diagnosed with ovarian torsion with pelvic fluid and confirmed with MRI pelvis, after confirmation patient underwent emergency laparotomy with right salphingoophorectomy.
Abdominal pain; Vomiting; Ovarian torsion; Ultrasound abdomen and pelvis; MRI abdomen and pelvis
Divya KP, Ashok Kumar, Sreelatha S, Vedavathy, Manasa, Nagesh, et al. Successful Management of Ovarian Torsion in Reproductive Age Group. Ann Gynecol Obstetr Res. 2020; 3(1): 1015.