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Learn More About Adnexal Masses

The OvaSuite portfolio blood tests is intended to assess the risk of ovarian cancer in any woman with an adnexal mass.

What is an adnexal mass?

An adnexal mass is a mass of the ovary, fallopian tube, or surrounding tissues1.

How common are adnexal masses?

Adnexal masses are relatively common! Up to 1 in 5 women will develop an adnexal mass in their lifetime2,3. Despite being so common, most of these adnexal masses are benign (non-cancerous)4.

How common is ovarian cancer?

According to data collected by the National Institute of Health between 2017 & 2019, approximately 1.1% of women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer in their lifetime5.

When an adnexal mass is identified, how does a healthcare provider know whether or not it’s cancerous?

Your healthcare provider may use a variety of tools to assess whether or not a mass is cancerous, including1:

Your healthcare provider may also use the OvaSuite portfolio of blood tests to confidently develop your management plan.

Where can I learn more information about ovarian cancer?

To learn more, visit these helpful resources:

The American Cancer Society