Ovarian cysts or masses are very prevalent in reproductive-age women; very frequently they are undiagnosed, hence untreated which is usually followed by spontaneous resolution within couple of weeks or months. Once ovarian, or adnexal cyst is diagnosed, usually by pelvic ultrasound or computed tomography, a detailed evaluation of all characteristics is performed.
Millions of women today are being diagnosed with health issues requiring surgery. In the past, surgical routes that would help treat severe endometriosis, fibroids, cysts, and other diseases would require surgeons to open up the body with larger incisions. These incisions, the standard of the past [….]