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Granulosa Cell Tumor, confirmed by pathological evaluation.

Halversen GVH - MedPix

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Affiliation: Madigan Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Granulosa Cell Tumor, confirmed by pathological evaluation.

History: 3 year old female with abdominal pain and vomiting.

Findings: Initial KUB film read as normal by resident on call, subsequently called abnormal, suspicious for intussusception by staff the following morning. Ultrasound examination followed and showed a 13cm pelvic mass, no intussusception. CT scan followed which showed large pelvic mass, felt to be most likely ovarian. Small amount of free fluid in the abdomen. Breast buds were also noted.

Ddx: Ovarian tumor, most likely hormonally active. Granulosa cell tumor, teratoma, sertoli-leydig, or epithelial tumor.

Exam: Initial physical examination in the emergency department showed distension and diffuse tenderness. Laboratory data noncontributory.

No MeSH data available.


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Granulosa Cell Tumor, confirmed by pathological evaluation.

Halversen GVH - MedPix

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View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Madigan Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Granulosa Cell Tumor, confirmed by pathological evaluation.

History: 3 year old female with abdominal pain and vomiting.

Findings: Initial KUB film read as normal by resident on call, subsequently called abnormal, suspicious for intussusception by staff the following morning. Ultrasound examination followed and showed a 13cm pelvic mass, no intussusception. CT scan followed which showed large pelvic mass, felt to be most likely ovarian. Small amount of free fluid in the abdomen. Breast buds were also noted.

Ddx: Ovarian tumor, most likely hormonally active. Granulosa cell tumor, teratoma, sertoli-leydig, or epithelial tumor.

Exam: Initial physical examination in the emergency department showed distension and diffuse tenderness. Laboratory data noncontributory.

No MeSH data available.