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Ovary and Fallopian Tube

Acute salpingitis (PID) is most often a result of? N. gonnorhea, E.coli, Chlamydia, Mycoplasma, and anaerobic bacteria
What is it called when you have endometrial glands adn stroma outside of the endometrium commonly in the fallopian tubes endometriosis
BRCA1 is located on chromosome? BRCA2? BRCA 1 is chromosome 17 and BRCA 2 is 13
What is the etiology of follicular and leuteal cysts these are merely follicles and copus leoteomas that persist
What is another name for Polycystic ovary disease? Stein Leventhal disease
What are signs and symptoms of Polycystic ovary disease obesity, acne, hirsutism, infertility, +/- insulin resistance
what are the three main groups of ovarian neoplasms surface epithelial, germ cell, sex-cord stromal
Serous papillary, mucinous, endometrioid, Brenner, and Clear cell are examples of? Surface epithelial neoplasms
teratomas, choriocarcinomas, yolk sac, embryonal and dysgerminomas are examples of? Germ Cell Ovarian Neoplasms
fibroma, fibrothecoma, granulosa cell tumor, sertoli-Leydig tumor, steroid tumors are examples of? Sex cord stromal ovarian neoplasms
What is teh hallmark of a serous papillary tumor? ciliated columnar cells (resembles the lining of the fallopian tube)
Gross appearance of serous cystadenomas single or multiple smooth walled cysts
gross appearance of serous papillary borderline tumor multicystic but lined by papillary excrescences
Gross appearance of serous carcinoma may resemble borderline tumors but more often is cystic and solid
How do serous papillary carcinoms vary from borderline tumors there is stromal invasion with serous papillary carcinomas
what is the most common malignancy of the ovary serous papillary carcinoma
What is the hallmark of mucinous tumors columnar cells filled with nucin
What is it called when women present with abdomens filled with mucin pseudomyxoma peritoneii (jelly belly)
What endometrial tumor is composed of clear cytoplasm and nuclei that protrude (hobnail) from the apex of the columnar cell clear cell tumors
What is the hallmark of Brenner tumors islands of urothelial/transitional cells
You find a tumor that is in the ovary and is composed of hair, sebum, and some poorly formed teeth. What is it? Mature teratoma
Which is more solid mature or immature teratomas immature
What is the ovarian counterpart to the testicular seminoma dysgerminoma
What tumor has the histologic finding of Schiller Duvall Bodies Yolk Sac Tumor
what does the yolk sac tumor of the ovary secrete alpha fetal protein
How do Chroiocarcinomas spread hematogenously
what do Chroiocarcinomas produce B-HCG
what are the three most common sex cord stromal tumors of the ovaries Fibroma, Granulosa Cell Tumor, and Sertoli-Leydig cell tumor
What is Meig's Syndrome pleural effusions, ascites, and an ovarian mass (usually fibroma)
What tumor has cells that resembles coffee beans Granulosa Cell Tumor
What is a Krukenberg tumor bilateral enlargement of the ovaries due to metastatic signet ring carcinoma from the gastrointestinal tract
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