The Challenge of Diagnosing Polycystic Ovaries on Ultrasound
Asia/New Dheli +5:30
Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a complex condition with metabolic and endocrine components that are closely interrelated. Metabolic components involve insulin and lipid metabolism. Endocrinal changes include derangement of androgen and luteinizing hormone. The condition is diagnosed by Rotterdam criteria, one of which is an ovary 10 cc or more in volume and/or presence of 20 or more antral follicles per ovary. PCOS is an evolving condition and therefore has variable ultrasound presentations. This genetic condition starts manifesting in the presence of predisposing factors. Diagnosing the condition on ultrasound is indeed a challenge. This webinar tries to simplify this complex topic by correlating hormonal changes with ultrasound changes.
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