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Ovarian Cancer

Stages of Ovarian Cancer

The Ovarian Cancer Institute at Mercy treats Stage I, II, III and IV ovarian cancer.

Ovarian Cancer Institute at Mercy - Baltimore

About Ovarian Cancer

Expert gynecologic oncologists at Mercy guide women through diagnosis and treatment of ovarian cancer.

Gynecologic Oncology at Mercy

Ovarian Cancer Symptoms

Ovarian cancer is difficult to detect in its early stages, making it important to pay attention to specific signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer.

Gynecologic Oncology at Mercy

"Single Site" Robotic Surgery

Mercy's Gynecologic Oncologist Dr. Dwight Im discusses using "Single Site" Robotic Surgery for either a hysterectomy or an oophorectomy, ovary removal.

Ovarian Cancer Institute at Mercy - Baltimore, MD

Ovarian Conservation During Hysterectomy

The decision of whether or not to remove a woman's ovaries during a hysterectomy is a big one that involves many factors. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that about 600 hysterectomies are performed each year.

Ovarian Cancer Symptoms

Diagnosing Ovarian Cancer Symptoms

Mercy Gynecologic Oncologist Dr. Hyung S. Ryu discusses picking up on ovarian cancer's subtle symptoms.

Ovarian Remnant Syndrome

Ovarian Remnant Syndrome

Dr. Dwight Im of Mercy Medical Center explains ovarian remnant syndrome including symptoms and treatment such as robotics surgery.

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Women's Cancer Issues Later In Life

Mercy Gynecologic Oncologist Dr. Neil B. Rosenshein addresses GYN-cancer issues patients face as they age.

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Teresa Diaz-Montes, M.D.

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Dr. Teresa Diaz-Montes is a gynecologic surgeon who provides expertise in gynecologic cancers as well as minimally invasive surgical techniques.

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Patient Story: Cervical Cancer
Patient receives treatment for cancer at Mercy
Irene

Hear from a patient who opted for robotic GYN surgery after learning she had cervical cancer. She went on to return to work only two weeks after surgery.

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