A complex cyst of uterine adnexa is a lump or mass that forms on the structures around the uterus, which include the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and their connective tissues. An adnexal cyst can thus be an ovarian cyst, a polycystic ovary, or a tumour. Once detected, doctors diagnose if they are benign (non-cancerous) or malignant (cancerous) to determine the most appropriate and effective treatment.
Patients who need diagnosis and treatment for a complex adnexal cyst can go to Southeast Asia, a popular medical tourism hub known for providing complete, high quality, and affordable medical care. Many of the region's hospitals offer enhanced MR imaging tests (currently the standard tools for diagnosing the condition) and laparoscopic surgery, which can treat various medical conditions without the need for a huge surgical incision. Hospitals in the region continuously invest in medical equipment used to perform these procedures because of their advantages, such as reduced pain, shorter recovery times, and minimal scarring.
Despite the improved facilities and professional expertise in the region, Southeast Asian hospitals are quite affordable. Compared to the US or UK, hospitals in Singapore charge only half for the same type of medical services while hospitals in Thailand and Malaysia charge up to 70-75% less. At this price, patients can enjoy modern facilities, high-standard medical care, and world-class service. It’s the same package offered by western hospitals at a much higher price.