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Malignant Neoplasm of Ovary
-not a single disease w/ a single cause. Etiology is largely unknown, but multiple risk factors have been identified. Evident as a palpable abdominal or pelvic mass accompanied by irregular or excessive menses or postmenopausal bleeding. May also have ascites, edema of the legs & pain in the abdomen & backs of the legs. Advanceds symptoms are abdominal swelling & discomfort, abnormal vaginal bleeding, weight loss, dysuria, or abnormal frequency of urination, constipation, & a palpable ovarian mass. Noted with a computed tomographic scan & surgical exploration.
-Nurses need to identify their own reactions to cancer & set realistic goals to meet the challenges inherent in caring for patients with cancer. Must be prepared to support the patient & family through a wide range of physical, emotional, social, cultural & spiritual crisis.
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