Pathological Diagnosis and Clinical Value of Frozen Sections During Ovarian Tumor Surgery
Department of Pathology, Gezhouba Central Hospital,Sinopharm;
Objective To explore the pathological diagnostic value of frozen sections during ovarian tumor surgery. Methods 66 patients with ovarian tumors received by our hospital from January 2017 to October 2019 were used as the research objects. The patients were subjected to intraoperative frozen section and intraoperative rapid paraffin section pathological diagnosis. According to different examination methods, the intraoperative frozen section examination was regarded as the control group and the intraoperative frozen section pathological diagnosis examination was regarded as the research group. The pathological diagnosis results of the two groups were compared. Results The diagnosis rate of the study group was 96.97%, and the diagnosis rate of the control group was 90.91%. Compared with the data of the two groups, the difference was not significant and not statistically significant(χ2=2.129 0, P=0.144 5); the data is 98.48%, which is significantly higher than the control group's 84.85%, the difference is obvious and statistically significant(χ2=8.033 1, P=0.004 6). Conclusion The diagnosis of ovarian tumor diseases can be carried out by frozen section. Frozen section has a high diagnostic value for ovarian tumors during surgery. Although there is no significant difference between the clinical diagnosis rate and the paraffin section diagnosis, the diagnosis rate is more advantageous.
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