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Deborah Levine, MD
Postmenopausal Pelvis
Deborah Levine, MD
03/24/2014 | Time : 43 min
About This Lecture:

A discussion about the appearance and pathology of the postmenopausal uterus and ovaries. Discuss how hormones affect the appearance of the uterus and ovaries. Discuss how Doppler is helpful in the distinction between benign and malignant disease.

Topics mentioned in this video : Title, Educational objectives, Menopause – USA, Sonography of the PM ovaries, Hemorrhagic ovarian cyst, Postmenopausal women, Ovarian visualization, Chart, Why do we care about PM ovarian cysts?, Pitfalls cyst evaluation: nabothian cyst, Pitfalls cyst evaluation: varices, Pitfalls cyst evaluation: paraovarian cyst, Pitfalls cyst evaluation: hydrosalpinx, Pitfalls cyst evaluation: bladder diverticulum, Mass characterization, Simple cyst in PM patient, The natural history of postmenopausal adnexal cysts, Postmenopausal simple adnexal cysts, Postmenopausal simple adnexal cysts - dynamic, The natural history of PM adnexal cysts, Sonographic image, What if it’s not a simple cyst?, Sonographic images, Malignancy, Metastatic disease, Is Doppler helpful in the distinction between benign and malignant disease?, Chart, Sonographic images, Postmenopausal adnexal mass, PM women: autopsy study, Management of postmenopausal adnexal cysts, Sonographic images, Postmenopausal uterus, Sonographic image, Postmenopausal uterine enlargement, Endometrium, Always use TVS, Menopausal endometrium, Hormone use, Risks and benefits of estrogen plus progestin, Chart, Sequential hormone users, Chart, Changing endometrial thickness, Tamoxifen, Endometrial cancer in polyps, Recommendations: tamoxifen, Effects on hormones on the PM endometrium, Postmenopausal endometrial fluid, Endometrial fluid, Sonographic image, Endometrial bleeding, Studies of postmenopausal bleeding, Postmenopausal thick endometrium, Submucosal fibroid, Polyps, Hyperplasia, Endometrial cancer, Sonohysterography, Safety of instilling contrast in patients with endometrial CA, Postmenopausal endometrium

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Keywords : adenofibroma, adenomyosis, adnexal cyst, bladder diverticulum, cervical cancer, cervical stenosis, color Doppler, cystadenofibroma, dermoid cyst, endometrial cancer, endometrial fluid, endometrial hyperplasia, endometrial polyp, endometrial thickness, endometrium, fibrothecoma, hemorrhagic ovarian cyst, Hydrosalpinx, myometrium, nabothian cyst, omental caking, ovarian cancer, ovarian cyst, ovaries, ovary, paraovarian cyst, Pelvic Ultrasound, PI, PMB, postmenopausal bleeding, postmenopausal ovary, postmenopausal uterus, pulsatility index, resistive index, RI, serous cystadenoma, sonohysterography, spectral Doppler, submucosal fibroid, tamoxifen, transabdominal pelvic ultrasound, transvaginal ultrasound, uterine cancer, uterine fibroid, uterine sarcoma, uterus

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