A. Torsion ovary
C. Renal disease
D. Primary malignant ovarian
E. Secondary malignant ovarian with suspected primary from GIT
F. Pelvic abscess
Choose the most appropriate diagnosis for the given clinical scenario from the options given. Each option may be used once or more than once or not at all.
1. 45-year-old menstruating regularly presented with history of abdominal distention, difficulty in breathing, dyspepsia, altered bowel habits and on examination was found to have ascites. On ultrasound examination was found to have normal uterus and ovaries with moderate ascites and no other abnormalities detected. The most likely cause is