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Pain in back, radiating to chest, hips, pain on walking. Ultrasound shows crystals in ovaries. Meaning of scan?

my girlfriend woke up one morning complaining that her back was hurting. when she went to work it went from her back to her chest , while she was working she said that her side was hurting and it hurt to walk so i took her to the hospital and they told us that she has crystals in her ovary . what does that mean. and how do we get rid of it.
Asked On : Sat, 2 Feb 2013
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crystals in the ovary means she might be having just an ovarian cyst or a non cancerous ovarian tumor called stromal leydig cell tumor.
we need more information on her gynecological history if any family history if she experiences any other symptoms.
i would strongly suggest take her to be seen by a gynecologist for further workup,follow up and treatment.
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