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308 Possible Causes for Juvenile Ovarian Granulosa Cell Tumor, Large Penis

  • Donohue Syndrome

    Affected females may have cystic ovaries and an abnormally enlarged clitoris/ breasts, while males may be afflicted with an abnormally large penis.[] Figure 4: Thin and emaciated extremity with protuberant abdomen and large penis Click here to view Leprechaunism was first described by Donohue (1948) [3] and since then it[] Other abnormalities that have been observed in infants with leprechaunism include recurrent infections, abnormalities of the intellect and unusually large hands and feet.[]

  • Granulosa Cell Tumor

    Images Juvenile granulosa cell tumor Digital slides Case 2 (HPC:2) : Ovarian juvenile granulosa cell tumor Case 44 (HPC:44): Ovarian juvenile granulosa cell tumor Juvenile[] juvenile granulosa cell tumor of the right ovary.[] Abstract Ovarian juvenile granulosa cell tumor (JGCT) is an extremely rare sex cord-stromal tumor that is most commonly encountered in prepubertal girls and young women.[]

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  • Wiedemann-Rautenstrauch Syndrome

    penis Growth Postnatal growth deficiency Hearing Sensorineural hearing loss Intrauterine development Intrauterine growth retardation Joints and Tendons Joint contractures[] Cardiovascular Cardiovascular abnormalities Ventricular dilatation with cortical atrophy Endocrine and/or Exocrine Hyperprolactinemia Hypothyroidism Genitourinary Hypoplastic prepuce Large[]

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  • Precocious Puberty

    Ovarian tumors included mature cystic teratoma, dysgerminoma, juvenile granulosa tumor, and steroid cell tumor.[] In boys, the condition triggers the development of a large penis and testicles, with spontaneous erections and the production of sperm.[] Human chorionic gonadotrophin-secreting tumors included choriocarcinoma of the liver, hepatoblastoma, and germ cell tumors of the sellar-suprasellar region and mediastinum[]

  • Gynandroblastoma

    Gynandroblastoma, especially with juvenile granulosa cell tumor, is an extremely rare ovarian tumor.[] In contrast, the ovarian-type element in the case reported here resembled juvenile granulosa cell tumor (JGCT).[] Following surgical excision, the ovarian mass was diagnosed as gynandroblastoma, which consisted of 45% juvenile granulosa cell tumor and 55% intermediately differentiated[]

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  • Congenital Hemihypertrophy

    Juvenile ovarian granulosa cell tumor has been reported to be associated with Maffucci syndrome.[] penis - Meningioma - Multiple caries - Myopathy - Myopia - Nails anomalies - Oropharyngeal neoplasm / tumor / carcinoma / cancer - Ovary / Fallopian tube neoplasm / tumor[] […] face - Low set ears / posteriorly rotated ears - Lung / bronchopulmonary neoplasm / tumor / carcinoma / cancer - Macroorchidism / macrotestes - Macropenis / megapenis / large[]

  • Ambiguous Genitalia

    […] tissues spread throughout, with a fallopian tube on the left and an incipient juvenile granulosa cell tumor on the right.[] Mild forms of ambiguous genitalia may be characterised by a large (penis-like) clitoris in baby girls or undescended testicles in boys.[] Doctors couldn't be sure if he had a large clitoris or a small penis and were convinced he could never live a "satisfactory life" as a man.[]

  • Sexually Transmitted Disease

    […] of HPV particles are large enough that they cannot permeate the condom.[] They can appear on the anus, cervix, scrotum, penis, groin, or thigh.[] Condyloma acuminata (figure 50) can present as multiple nodules or large, exophytic, pedunculated, cauliflower like lesions in the anogenital area.[]

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  • Actinic Keratosis

    Vikas Gupta, Vanilla Chopra and Sidharth Verma , A Large Cutaneous Horn of the Glans Penis: a Rare Presentation , Indian Journal of Surgery , 76 , 2 , (143) , (2014) .[]

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  • Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome

    Histological examination of the tumor revealed a mass composed primarily of juvenile-type granulosa cells, admixed with a Sertoli cell component that comprised less than 50%[] 3 (PAIS) Predominantly male phenotype with micropenis, perineal hypospadia, cryptorchidism and possibly bifid scrotum 4 (PAIS) Ambiguity of the external genitalia: very large[] […] of the tumor.[]

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