Volume : VI, Issue : XII, December - 2016

CLINICO�HISTOPATHOLOGICAL PATTERN OF OVARIAN TUMORS AND TUMOR LIKE LESIONS

Leena Verma, Dharmendra Singh Fatehpuriya

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 INTRODUCTION Tumors of ovary exhibit a variety of spectrum of histopathology more than any other organ. MATERIAL AND METHODS A retrospective and prospective study for a period of 2 Years in 428 ovarian specimen in the Department of Pathology, Dr. S. N. Medical college, Jodhpur. RESULT Total 268 cases (63%) were tumor like lesion and 160 cases (39%) were neoplastic lesion of ovary. The most common benign lesion was serous cystadenoma(50%) of all ovarian lesion followed by benign cystic teratoma (16.87%). The most common malignant lesion was serous cyst adenocarcinoma (7.5%) followed by mucinous cystadenocarcinoma(1.8%). Most common presenting complain was mass per abdomen and abnormal vaginal bleeding. Most common affected age group was 21 to 50 years. CONCLUSSION Most common ovarian tumor was surface epithelial tumor. In benign serous cyst adenoma and in malignant serous cystadenocarcinoma was common. In tumor like lesion follicular cyst was usually seen in ovarian specimens

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LEENA VERMA, DHARMENDRA SINGH FATEHPURIYA, CLINICO�HISTOPATHOLOGICAL PATTERN OF OVARIAN TUMORS AND TUMOR LIKE LESIONS, Indian Journal of Applied Research,Volume : 6 | Issue : 12 | December 2016


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