Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian Cancer is the most common cancer that can affect every female. Ovarian cancer originates in the cells of the Fallopian tube and ovaries. The formation of these cells occurs due to detection of specific abnormalities. Due to an unnecessary development of new cells, elimination of damaged and old cells becomes hard. Thus, this results in the formation of a tumor or a cyst. Due to the genetic mutations, these cells tend to multiply in number, becoming highly hazardous. Experts suggest that Ovarian Cancer is highly fatal compared to other female-specific cancers. The cancer cells spread rapidly due to which the ovarian cancer treatment becomes challenging. The early stages of the cancer make it impossible to detect the tumor or the cyst due to which most cancer cases are detected at a higher stage. 


Most often, Ovarian Cancer is overshadowed and overlooked by other cancers due to which every female can be vulnerable to it. There are several ovarian cancer types. This common cancer in women is frequently hard and almost impossible to detect until it spreads to the abdomen and pelvis.

Types of ovarian cancer 

Each type of ovarian cancer comprises specific diagnosis. A cancer tumor initially originates in the epithelial cells. Epithelial cells contribute to the ovary’s outer layer that release and produce the hormones. 



  • Ovarian epithelial cancer 


Almost every epithelial ovarian tumor is benign (not highly harmful). The most commonly affected ovarian cancer is the epithelial ovarian carcinoma. About 90% of ovarian cancers are related to ovarian epithelial cysts. These cancers are usually defined by their subtype- endometrioid, mucinous, undifferentiated, and clear cell. Ovarian epithelial cancer frequently originates in the ovary, thereby spreading to the organs and linings of the abdomen and pelvis. Critical stage ovarian epithelial cancer can spread to liver lungs, bones, brain, and skin. A few of the Ovarian tumors are malignant and occur when irregular tissues grow in the tissue that covers the ovary. These are malignant as these tumors have a minimal chance of developing into cancer. In cases where the tumors grow into cancer, Ovarian Cancer Treatment works well, and the cancer does not further spread to other body parts.