Endocrinal&Ultrasonographic Parameter in the Diagnosis of Polycystic Ovarian SyndromeJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.3, No. 9)
Publication Date: 2014-09-05
Authors : Soumya Ranjan Panda; Sushant Barik;
Page : 624-626
Keywords : Pcos; rotterdam criteria; usg; LH; FSH; TSH; PROLACTIN;
ENDOCRINAL AND ULTRASONOGRAPHIC PARAMETERS IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF POLYCYSTIC OVARIAN SYNDROME BACKGROUND PCOS is characterized by an amalgamation of symptoms& causes multiple abnormal cysts in enlarged ovaries, so they do not ovulate normally. AIM To study the value of hormonal and USG parameters in the diagnosis of pcos. SETTINGS& DESIGN Thiss a prospective observational study. MATERIALS& METHOD Fifty women with PCOS diagnosed on the basis of clinical, hormonal and ultrasound parameters using the Rotterdam criteria. women without PCOS, having regular cycles which were selected randomly comprised the control group (n = 50) taken all from the patient attending OPD. Serum levels of LH, FSH, TSH PROLACTN, testosterone and USG done in each patient. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS USED All the data were analysed by statistical software spss16. RESULT The mean serum LH& FSH in PCOS cases is 8.43 2.781mIU/ml& 3.911.278mIU/ml respectively. The ratio of LH/FSH is 2.18 in PCOS cases compared to only 0.9 in control. The mean serum TSH, PROLACTIN& testosterone in PCOS cases is 3.03 2.541IU/ml, 21.3726.079ng/ml& 0.87 0.426ng/dl respectively. PCOS cases have enlarged ovaries measuring more than 10 ml.60 % (n=30) of the PCOS group have more than 12 cyst of significant size. CONCLUSION The study justifies the elaborate evaluation of endocrinal& USG parameters can make a great contibution in diagnosis of PCOS patients.
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