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Case 9348

Suspected advanced stage ovarian cancer in a 68-year-old woman – differential diagnosis

Author(s)
Meissnitzer M, Schlattau A, Egger H, Forstner R
 
Patient
female, 68 year(s)
 
 
  • Figure 1
    Pelvic mass

    Transaxial contrast enhanced CT image (a) and sagittal reformations (b) show a large pelvic mass with solid (white arrows) and cystic components (*) with contact to the sigmoid colon (black arrows). Supplying ovarian...

     
    Area of Interest: Genital / Reproductive system female;
     
     
  • Figure 2
    Peritoneal carcinomatosis

    Transaxial contrast enhanced CT image (a) and coronal reformations (b) reveal subtle reticular omental opacities in the left upper abdomen (arrows) and small amount of ascites (*).

     
    Area of Interest: Gastrointestinal tract;
     
     
  • Figure 3
    Hepatic metastasis

    Transaxial contrast enhanced CT image (a) and MRI with liver-specific contrast media (b) and T2-SPAIR-MRI (c) depict a larger suspicious lesion in segment VI (arrow) and a smaller lesion in segment VIII (arrowhead)....

     
    Area of Interest: Liver;
     
     
Transaxial contrast enhanced CT image (a) and sagittal reformations (b) show a large pelvic mass with solid (white arrows) and cystic components (*) with contact to the sigmoid colon (black arrows). Supplying ovarian pedicle (arrowhead).
 
Transaxial contrast enhanced CT image (a) and coronal reformations (b) reveal subtle reticular omental opacities in the left upper abdomen (arrows) and small amount of ascites (*).
 
Transaxial contrast enhanced CT image (a) and MRI with liver-specific contrast media (b) and T2-SPAIR-MRI (c) depict a larger suspicious lesion in segment VI (arrow) and a smaller lesion in segment VIII (arrowhead). Ascites (*).
 
 
 
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