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is one of the criteria for the diagnosis of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS).
Polycystic ovaries are detected by TVS (Trans vaginal sonography) in approximately 75% of women with clinical diagnosis of PCOS (1).
TVS is a highly sensitive test for identification of Polycystic ovaries.
are small follicles in the ovary ranging in size from 2-9 mm and grow over 10-12days in a menstrual cycle to select one dominant follicle which matures and releases the ovum.
AFC(Antral follicular count)
more than 12
in one or both ovaries of
arranged either peripherally or diffusely with a dense increased Volume of ovarian stroma.(2)
Ovarian volume of greater than
with no follicles measuring over 10mm in diameter is considered as PCOS.
Recent guideline say
in one or both ovaries is considered as USG criteria of PCOS.(3)
Gardener’s Text Book of ART 5th Edition Page 676
Clinical Endocrinology 1991
Human Reproduction update 2014; 20(3): 334-52
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