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Diagnosis by biopsy is difficult in the ovary, since it is located deep in the abdomen. As a result, ovarian cancer is mostly found insidiously during exploratory laparotomy. Consequently, early diagnosis of ovarian cancer is often difficult. The likelihood of peritoneal dissemination increases with the progress of ovarian cancer. With further progression, ovarian cancer metastasizes to the omentum, retroperitoneal lymph nodes, large intestine, small intestine, diaphragm, spleen, and otherdoi:10.31487/j.crogr.2020.03.03 fatcat:pzh4qv6q2rgxfagvqho45p6zw4