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A 38-year-old woman presented to the clinic for worsening fatigue, epigastric pain and abdominal fullness. Her physical exam was relatively unremarkable aside from the presence of ascites. Her chronicity of vague symptoms over 4 months, and concern for a gastric, hepatic or pelvic aetiology of her symptomatology ultimately prompted her to undergo CT of the abdomen and pelvis; this revealed abdominal ascites, an irregularly thickened stomach wall, and right (13.6×10.2 cm) and left (7.8×7.6 cm) ovarian masses …
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