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Ovarian tumor of borderline malignancy

Krasnokutsky MK - MedPix (2008)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Ovarian tumor of borderline malignancy

History: 24 year old woman with bilateral fullness without pain. Also, complained of dyspareunia, disruption of menses.

Findings: Pelvic ultrasound demonstrates two large masses of ovarian origin, one in the right adnexa and another centered more midline. Both masses have large cystic components with mural papillary solid components. Flow is present most of the solid projections. These findings were reported as highly suspicious for malignancy.

Dxhow: Surgical pathology

No MeSH data available.


Large solid mass with cystic and solid components demonstrating internal flow on doppler images.
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Ovarian tumor of borderline malignancy

Krasnokutsky MK - MedPix (2008)

Large solid mass with cystic and solid components demonstrating internal flow on doppler images.
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MPX1069_synpic14988: Large solid mass with cystic and solid components demonstrating internal flow on doppler images.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Ovarian tumor of borderline malignancy

History: 24 year old woman with bilateral fullness without pain. Also, complained of dyspareunia, disruption of menses.

Findings: Pelvic ultrasound demonstrates two large masses of ovarian origin, one in the right adnexa and another centered more midline. Both masses have large cystic components with mural papillary solid components. Flow is present most of the solid projections. These findings were reported as highly suspicious for malignancy.

Dxhow: Surgical pathology

No MeSH data available.