granulosa cell tumor

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gran·u·lo·sa cell tu·mor

n. tumor de la granulosa.
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125) Although mutation of the FOXL2 gene is highly specific for adult granulosa cell tumor of the ovary, (126) FOXL2 immunostaining does not correlate with the FOXL2 mutational status, and thus cannot be used to distinguish between different histologic types of sex cord-stromal tumors.
Granulosa cell tumors, which are a sex cord-stromal tumor group, can be divided into adult granulosa cell tumor and juvenile granulosa cell tumor (JGCT) subtypes (1).
13%) of granulosa cell tumors were seen, which was comparable to the study conducted by Zaman et al.
Mikuz, "Adult type granulosa cell tumor of the testis with a heterologous sarcomatous component: case report and review of the literature," Diagnostic Pathology, vol.
16) Of these, granulosa cell tumors are the most common and account for 2% to 5% of ovarian malignancies regardless of age at diagnosis.
In mice treated with the low dose of OH-PCB-61 (40 [micro]g), tumor incidences were as follows: CV tract carcinomas, 13% (4 of 30); granulosa cell tumor, 10% (3 of 30); mammary gland tumors, 13% (4 of 30); and hemangiosarcomas, 7% (1 of 30).
Juvenile granulosa cell tumor is a benign testicular neoplasm comprising 3 percent of primary testicular tumors in boys younger than 12 years of age.
Small cell carcinoma microscopically resembled granulosa cell tumor but was inhibin negative.
Granulosa cell tumor is the most common malignant sex cord tumor, accounting for 1% to 2% of all malignant ovarian tumors.
Granulosa cell tumor of the adult testis: a clinicopathologic study of seven cases and a review of the literature.
97 Sexcord Stromal Tumor 5 Granulosa cell tumor 2 5.