A 55 year old woman complained of abdominal distension and discomfort with no pain and so couldn't eat much, but wanted to eat. An examination and some tests showed ascites on ultrasonogram, a raised ADA , an increased lymphocyte count, a ca125 count of 1200 IU/ml. The CT scan showed all normal soft tissue organs and a normal ovary in a trans-vaginal ultrasound. Does anyone have any suggestions regarding this case?
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