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Theodore J. Dubinksy, MD, FSRU
Imaging the Postmenopausal Ovary
Theodore J. Dubinksy, MD, FSRU
04/29/2018 | Time : 33 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses the physiology behind ovarian cancer and current, as well as future, methods in ovarian cancer screening Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to review the developmental biology and physiology of the ovary, recognize changes that occur with menopause, recall the significance of fluid, enlargement, cysts and masses and identify methods of screening for ovarian cancer

Topics mentioned in this video : Developmental biology, Ovarian physiology, Postmenopausal physiology, Postmenopausal US exam, Ovarian cysts, Cystic masses, Biochemical screening, US screening

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