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  • Malignant Neoplasm

    […] neoplasm of left ovary C56.9 Malignant neoplasm of unspecified ovary[] A malignant teratoma was diagnosed in a 65-year-old asthmatic man 16 months after initiation of methotrexate therapy (15 mg per week).[] […] for virotherapy of thyroid malignant neoplasms.[] Immature teratoma 22.[] In females, cervix uteri (19.1%) and breast (16.3%), were the top ranking cancer sites followed by bronchus and lung (10.2%), ovary (6.1%) and stomach (3.8%).[]

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  • Brenner Tumor

    Abstract Accessory and supernumerary ovaries are uncommon congenital anomalies of the female reproductive tract. Tumors arising in ectopic ovaries are extremely rare.[] Abstract Ovarian Brenner tumors are typically of surface epithelial-stromal origin; however, cases associated with mature cystic teratoma and/or struma ovarii possibly have[] The surface epithelial-stromal class of tumors accounts for the majority of all ovarian cancers, which represents the fifth most deadly family of malignant neoplasm found[] Presence of squamous cells in ascitic fluid associated with an ovarian tumor should raise the possible diagnosis of malignant Brenner tumor in addition to malignant transformed teratoma[] We report a case of unusual co-existence of endometroid adenocarcinoma of the uterus, serous borderline tumor of the ovary and Brenner tumor of the contralateral ovary in[]

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  • Struma Ovarii

    We describe 2 cases of clear cell carcinomas of the ovary mimicking benign or less aggressive tumors encountered in the female genital track.[] Abstract Although ovarian monodermal teratomas, including struma ovarii and carcinoids, are closely associated with mature teratomas, their genetic basis is poorly understood[] […] ovary), or C56.9 (Malignant neoplasm of unspecified ovary).[] Dermoid cysts of the ovary are devoid of blood flow, with flow detection rate being only 25% from the cyst capsule.[] (Redirected from Struma ovarii ) Teratoma Diagnosis in short Mature teratoma. H&E stain .[]

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  • Malignant Melanoma

    We report a case of primary malignant melanoma of the ovary arising in a cystic teratoma here.[] Imaging revealed a large mass arising from the pancreatic tail, and this was diagnosed as malignant neoplasm with melanocytic differentiation on biopsy with the possible differentials[] […] malignancies, which metastasize to the ovaries [ 1 , 2 ].[] The mucosal localizations, such as in the oral cavity, oesophagus, larynx, the ano-genital mucosa, and in ovarian cystic teratoma have been also described.[] […] poorly differentiated malignant neoplasms involving cervix.[]

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  • Chronic Inflammation

    Ovaries were harvested for (1) follicle count using hematoxylin and eosin staining, (2) apoptosis: ovaries were stained for caspase, and (3) serum CRP and AMH levels were[] Here we describe a case of DLBCL-CI arising in the wall of a mature cystic teratoma of the ovary.[] Here, we summarize the latest developments in the aetiology of B-cell lymphoid malignancy subtypes focusing on immune perturbation.[] In 1993, a surgical biopsy of swollen left inguinal lymph nodes was negative for malignancy, but showed reactive lymphadenitis and widespread sinus histiocytosis.[] These considerations give rise to the exciting possibility that prostatic malignancy may be preventable by various methods of local hygiene in the female partner or some antibacterial[]

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  • Ovariectomy

    […] oophorectomy [ o″of-o-rek to-me ] removal of one or both ovaries ; done for tumors, severe infection, or certain other ovarian disorders.[] […] who presented with acute respiratory distress, drowsy consciousness, and circulatory collapse shortly after gynecologic laparoscopic ovariectomy for removing an ovarian teratoma[] Abstract A 36-year-old woman presented with an intraperitoneally disseminated malignant struma ovarii, diagnosed by histopathology and 131I scintigraphy.[] Reasons for the removal of one or both ovaries include ectopic pregnancy, endometriosis, cysts, benign or malignant tumors, or breast cancer.[] Pelviscopy is also unable to differentiate reliably between benign and malignant ovarian tumours.[]

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  • Ovarian Cystic Teratoma

    Abstract Malignant transformation of a mature cystic teratoma of the ovary is rare, that of an adenocarcinoma is extremely rare.[] BACKGROUND: Malignant degeneration of benign cystic teratoma of the ovary is rare.[] Abstract A 65-year-old Japanese woman with a primary malignant melanoma arising within a mature ovarian cystic teratoma is presented along with details of morphological examinations[] When they are confined to the ovary at presentation, the survival is good.[] BACKGROUND: Malignant melanoma arising in a cystic teratoma is extremely rare.[]

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  • Beckwith-Wiedemann Syndrome

    A third of the women had large, overstimulation-like ovaries, although each pregnancy was conceived naturally.[] These genes have also been studied in other cancers, including ovarian teratomas.[] BWS has been associated with malignant neoplasms during infancy. Descriptions of benign tumors, especially in adult patients, are rarer.[] […] fibromuscular hyperplasia Hyperplasia of islets of Langerhans in the pancreas Cystic tubules in the medullary region of the kidney Hyperplasia of the interstitial cells in the ovary[] Twenty-four malignant neoplasms were reported in 23 patients (7.2%) ( Figure 1p ) and 14 benign tumors ( Figure 1q ) were observed in 14 cases of which 3 also had a malignancy[]

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  • Ovarian Teratoma

    Surgery During your surgery, the surgeon (gynaecological oncologist) will remove the affected ovary but your other ovary will be left.[] Ovarian teratoma is a germ cell tumor and a common neoplasm of the ovaries. Subtypes comprise mature cystic teratoma, immature teratoma, and monodermal teratoma.[] Malignant transformation of benign cystic teratoma is rare, the most common malignancy being squamous cell carcinoma [2] .[] The left ovary was clearly identified in its usual localization, but the right tuba was blindly ending without any fimbria or ovary.[] Abstract Mature cystic teratomas are usually found in the ovaries and rarely in the uterus. Most teratomas of the uterus are of cervical origin.[]

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  • Granulosa Cell Tumor

    Abstract Recurrences of granulosa cell tumor (GCT) of the ovary often occur as disseminated peritoneal metastasis or local mass in the pelvis.[] We report a case of GCT and mature teratoma occurring synchronously in the same ovary in a perimenopausal woman.[] To date, there are no clinical or pathologic features that definitively predict malignancy.[] Intraoperatively, it was thought to be a variant of the common ovarian teratoma. Ovariectomy was done but histopathology revealed it to be granulosa cell tumor.[] Abdominal CT showed left attachment area teratoma and right attachment area capsule solid change.[]

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