Aim: Although ovarian masses are rare in children, they differ forevery age group. We aimed to evaluate the management of patients diagnosed with ovarian masses in our clinic.
Material and Methods: The medical records of patients (age ‚Č§ 18) who underwent operations for ovarian masses during the period 2009-2019were evaluated retrospectively. Demographic findings, presenting symptoms and signs, the results of radiological examinations, mass locations and sizes, tumor markers, histopathological diagnoses and casesísurgical intervention were recorded.
Results: The study included 51 patients with a total of 54 surgical interventions. There was a significant difference between tumor size and pathological diagnosis (p
Children; ovarian mass; oophorectomy