granulosa cell tumor

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gran·u·lo·sa cell tu·mor

n. tumor de la granulosa.
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Granulosa cell tumour (1%) was the only non-benign Sex cord stromal tumour encountered in our study.
It was followed by endometrioid adenocarcinoma 20(13.7%), mucinous cystadenocarcinoma 15(10.3%), granulosa cell tumour 15(10.3%), metastatic tumour 12(8.2%), mixed germ cell tumour 8(5.5%), yolk sac tumour 5(3.4%), mixed surface epithelial tumour 4(2.7%), dysgerminoma 4(2.7%), fibrothecoma 3(2.1%), transitional cell tumour 1(0.7%) and sertoli-stromal cell tumour 1(0.7%).
Bilateral aggressive malignant granulosa cell tumour with essentially different immunophenotypes in primary and metastatic lesions comprising predominantly sarcomatoid and fibrothecomatous patterns-looking for prognostic markers: A case report.
Benign lesions that were histopathologically diagnosed included mature teratoma, adenomatoid tumour, granulomatous orchitis, chronic orchitis, epididim-orchitis, epididymal cyst, Leydig cell tumour, Sertoli cell tumour, fibrous pseudotumour, tunica albugenia cyst, epidermal cyst, leiomyoma, fibroma, juvenile granulosa cell tumour, granulomatous epididymitis, and microlithiasis with epididymal abscess.
McCluggage, "Inhibin is more specific than calretinin as an immunohistochemical marker for differentiating sarcomatoid granulosa cell tumour of the ovary from other spindle cell neoplasms," Journal ofClinical Pathology, vol.
A rare testicular solid mass in children: juvenile granulosa cell tumour of testis.
Al-Jalham, "Adult-type granulosa cell tumour of the testis: report of a case and review of the literature," Arab Journal of Urology, vol.
In the sex cord stromal category, granulosa cell tumour was the only subtype constituting of all 13 cases (5.62%).
Mutational analysis of FOXL2 codon 134 in granulosa cell tumour of ovary and other human cancers.
Another possibility is that it was caused by a granulosa cell tumour, though this is less plausible with an active collateral ovary present (Bartmann et al., 2001, McCue et al., 2006).
She was diagnosed with juvenile granulosa cell tumour earlier this year and had surgery at Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary to remove one of her ovaries.
The type of juvenile granulosa cell tumour Ellie had was part of the sex cord-stromal tumours family, and are a type of ovarian tumour.