What is bilateral polycystic?Is it PCOS/PCOD? Both are same or different?

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Bilateral polycystic appearance of ovaries is a part of PCOS. WHEN such an appearance are there together with symptoms and hormonal disturbance, then we say PCOS is there. Two of the three features among symptoms, hormonal disturbance and polycystic appearance of ovaries should be there for diagnosis of PCOS

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