Journal article Open Access
Dr Taimoor Hafeez, Dr Iqra Idrees,
Objective: The aim of this study was to Analyze the pelvic mass patients in terms of parity, age, clinical presentation.
material And Methods: The design of this study was a descriptive study. This study was carried out at shaikh Zayed Hospital Lahore and the duration of this study was from January 2020 to December 2020. We included all the patients of pelvic mass without any discrimination of parity and age, the disease was diagnosed through clinical assessment, history diagnosis and also through USG. Confirmation of pelvic mass type was made through histopathology and surgery.
Results: We included in our research 110 patients diagnosed with pelvic mass; among these patients 61 were (55.45%) in the age group of 30 – 50 years and one patient were observed as under twenty and two were above seventy years of age. Maximum of the women were in the category of parous. Through clinical presentations we observed that 42 patients faced lower pain of the abdomen (38.18%) and 38 menstrual disturbances patients were also reported (34.54%). First clinical assessment was observed in 84 patients (76.36%) further confirmation was made through USG. In all the patients we included 104 patients (94.54%) with the help of USG. Gentile tract tumor was observed in 68 patients (61.82%); whereas, four patients were diagnosed with non-gynecological mass. Size of mass was observed (above 20 cm) in 10 patients (9.1%); however, fewer common observations were made about the malignant lesions below ten centimeters in size.
Conclusion: Every patient of pelvic mass without any discrimination of parity and age was treated and investigated in detail. Diagnosis of the non-gynecological masses was also made; therefore, competent surgeons were assigned the task to treat the patients of pelvic masses.
Keywords: Pelvic Mass, Diagnosed, Palpable, Genital Organs, Tumor, Sonography.