Document Type : Research Article
Polycystic ovary syndrome is a heterogeneous, multifaceted endocrine disorder of ovarian dysfunction in women of reproductive age group1.Clinical manifestations of PCOS ranges from mild signs of hyperandrogenism in thin, normally menstruating women to the classic Stein-Leventhal syndrome.
Aims: To find out the correlations between ultrasonographic findings, clinical features and hormonal profile in patients of polycystic ovary syndrome.
Materials and Methods: The present study was a Cross-sectional study. This Study was conducted from January 2021 to February 2022 at Department of Radiodiagnosis, Nilratan Sircar Medical college & Hospital, Kolkata.
Result: FSH levels were low to normal in 85.3% of the patients with >=12 follicles, 86.8% of the patients with 2-9 mm follicular size, 87.3% of the patients with >=10cc ovarian volume and 94% of the patients with EMT>10mm. Mean FSH level is lower in patients with 2-9mm follicles compared to patients with >9mm follicular size.
Conclusion: Thus this study concludes that, ultrasonographic ovarian features like follicular number and ovarian volume show significant positive correlations with LH level as well as positive correlations with LH/FSH ratio.