granulosa cell tumor


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gran·u·lo·sa cell tu·mor

n. tumor de la granulosa.
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Molecular characterization of sarcomatous change in a granulosa cell tumor. Int J Gynecol Cancer 2007;17:398-406.
Granulosa cell tumor of the ovary: 10 years follow-up data of 65 patients.
Pavithran, "Recent advances in granulosa cell tumor ovary: a review," Indian Journal ofSurgical Oncology, vol.
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).
cases (242) % 1 Surface epithelial tumors 158 100 A Serous tumors 115 72.78 47.52 Benign 88 55.70 36.36 Borderline 2 1.27 0.83 Malignant 25 15.82 10.33 B Mucinous tumors 36 22.78 14.88 Benign 27 17.09 11.16 Borderline 4 2.53 1.65 Malignant 5 3.16 2.07 C Endometroid tumor 1 0.63 0.41 D Brenner tumor 6 3.80 2.48 2 Sex cord-stromal tumor 18 100 7.44 Granulosa cell tumor 10 55.56 4.13 Fibroma 3 16.67 1.24 Thecoma fibroma 4 22.22 1.65 Androblastoma 1 5.55 0.41 3 Germ cell tumors 58 100 23.96 Dysgerminoma 6 10.34 2.48 Yolk sac tumor 3 5.17 1.24 Mature cystic teratoma 43 74.14 17.77 Immature teratoma 2 3.45 0.82 Struma ovarii 3 5.17 1.24 Mixed germ cell tumor 1 1.72 0.41 4 Metastatic tumor 8 100 3.31
Imaging features of granulosa cell tumors of the ovary: about three cases.
Talic, "Granulosa cell tumor of the adult type: a case report and review of the literature of a very rare testicular tumor," Archives of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, 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 a clinical pediatric setting, a prepubertal girl presenting with masculine AMH concentrations should be thoroughly examinedf or the presence of testes (i.e., in the complete type of androgen insensitivity syndrome) or of ovarian pathology (i.e., a granulosa cell tumor).
Stromal tumors like juvenile granulosa cell tumor, Sertoli cell tumor, Leydig cell tumor may also be seen.
We detected other tumors that are commonly observed in mice neonatally treated with [E.sub.2], including cholangiocarcinoma of the gallbladder and granulosa cell tumor. The [E.sub.2]-treated mice also had one incidence of bronchoalveolar adenoma of the lung.
A recent study by Wong et al (34) evaluated the frozen section sampling and diagnostic practices in patients undergoing prophylactic surgery for hereditary gynecologic cancer syndromes and reported a 5.4% incidence of occult malignancy (including 8 high-grade serous ovarian carcinomas, 3 serous tubal intraepithelial carcinomas, and 1 adult granulosa cell tumor) among 222 BRCA1/2 patients.