The aim of the study was to evaluate the usefulness of 4D Power Doppler tissue evaluation to discriminate between normal ovaries and ovarian cancer tumors. This was a prospective observational study. Twenty-three cases of surgically confirmed ovarian High Grade Serous Carcinoma (HGSC) were analyzed. The control group consisted of 23 healthy patients, each matching their study-group counterpart age wise (+/- 3 years) and according to their menopausal status. Transvaginal Doppler 4D ultrasound scans were done on every patient and analyzed with 3D/4D software. Two 4D indices-volumetric Systolic/Diastolic Index (vS/D) and volumetric Pulsatility Index (vPI)-were calculated. To keep results standardized and due to technical limitations, virtual 1cc spherical tissue samples taken from the part with highest vascularization as detected by bi-directional Power Doppler were analyzed for both groups of ovaries. Values of volumetric S/D indices and volumetric PI indices were statistically lower in ovarian malignant tumors compared to normal ovaries: 1.096 vs. 1.794 and 0.092 vs. 0.558, respectively (p < 0.001). The 4D bi-directional Power Doppler vascular indices were statistically different between malignant tumors and normal ovaries. These findings could support the rationale for future studies for assessing this technology to discriminate between malignant and benign tumors.