- Manual and visual pelvic inspection.
- CT scans of the abdomen and pelvis.
- Blood tests to check organ function and check for specific tumor markers for ovarian cancer.
- Surgery is used to accurately detect if there is cancer when it is not possible to diagnose it with the mentioned tests, but its presence is suspected.
A combination of surgery and chemotherapy is usually used.
- It is more common in women over 50 years old, and its incidence is higher if there is a family history of ovarian cancer.
- Having received or receiving hormone therapy with estrogen.
- An early start of menstruation and a late start of menopause.
At ABC Medical Center, doctors from different specialties work together to treat ovarian cancer, so a highly specialized team of surgeons, oncologists, and radiologist oncologists will treat you with the warmth and humane treatment that sets us apart.
We have more than eight years of experience providing chemotherapy schemes and innovative drugs on an outpatient basis, following care protocols that guarantee the quality and safety of treatments in a comfortable and private environment.
Why choose ABC Medical Center?
Experience, state-of-the-art technology, and state-of-the-art facilities
Since its opening in 2009, our Cancer Center offers chemotherapy and cancer surgery at the level of the best medical centers in the world through a comprehensive care model for cancer patients.