Volume : IV, Issue : VII, July - 2015

CARCINOMATOUS TRASNFORMATION IN MATURE CYSTIC TERATIMA OF BILATERAL OVARIES IN ELDERLY FEMALE

Dr. Radha Rani Panda, Dr. Asaranti Kar, Dr. Sabita Palei

Abstract :

 Squamous cell Carcinoma of ovary is a rare occurrence and usually arises in mature cystic teratoma (MCT) or dermoid cyst of the ovary. The reported incidence of malignant transformation in a mature teratoma is approximately 2%. Though squamous cell carcinomatous change is the most common out of them, is still rare to find in bilateral ovarian dermoid cysts. A case of squamous cell carcinoma arising in dermoid cysts of bilateral ovaries presenting at an early stage is presented here. A 64 year old post menopausal lady, presented with complain of pain and discomfort lower abdomen since one and half month and a large complex abdominopelvic mass on examination and investigations. Final histopathology was reported as squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) arising from dermoid cyst of both ovaries. The patient was finally diagnosed as SCC of ovary arising in a MCT, assigned to surgical stage 1c2. In view of poor prognosis adjuvant chemotherapy was started.

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Dr. Radha Rani Panda, Dr. Asaranti Kar, Dr. Sabita Palei Carcinomatous Trasnformation In Mature Cystic Teratima of Bilateral Ovaries in Elderly Female Paripex‾Indian Journal Of Research, Vol: 4, Issue : 7 July 2015


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