A Brief Study on Meigs’ Syndrome
New Frontiers in Medicine and Medical Research Vol. 4,
4 August 2021
Meigs’ syndrome is an uncommon presentation, where a benign ovarian neoplasia presents along with ascites and pleural effusion. About 1% of ovarian neoplasia can present as Meigs syndrome. As similar presentations can be seen in many metastatic malignancies. Early detection and management of the condition leads to a good prognosis and better survival.
Objectives of study:
- Identify the etiology of Meigs’ syndrome.
- Evaluation of Meigs’ syndrome.
- Management options available for Meigs’ syndrome.
- Pleural effusion
- ovarian cancer
- Meigs’ syndrome
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