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ovarian in Medicine topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishovariano‧var‧i‧an /əʊˈveəriən $ oʊˈver-/ adjective  HMMrelating to the ovary ovarian cancer
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ovarianEvery year 6,000 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer and 4,000 die.Most cases of ovarian cancer arise on the epithelial surface of the ovary, not in the ovary itself.Thus the search for a reliable way to detect or even predict ovarian cancer goes on.Bobbi Olson was first diagnosed with ovarian cancer in the spring of 1997.In order to diagnose ovarian cancer, you have to do surgery to obtain a biopsy.Rehnquist confronted it himself when his wife, Natalie, died in 1991 after a long battle with ovarian cancer.A few weeks later she fell ill with the ovarian cyst, but the picture was now Lycopodium.The measurement of estradiol-17p is used to evaluate ovarian function. 345.