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OVA1 test: The OVA1 test is a laboratory test used to determine the likelihood of finding a pelvic mass malignant (cancerous). The test analyzes the levels of five different biomarkers that change in ovarian cancer cells: transthyretin (TT), apolipoprotein A-1 (ApoA-1), beta2-microglobulin (Beta2M), transferrin (Tfr), and cancer antigen 125 (CA-125). The test is intended for women with an identified ovarian mass prior to exploratory surgery or biopsy to remove or sample the mass, respectively. The test is warranted even if X-ray or MRI results indicate that the mass is not cancerous.
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