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Ovarian A&P & Pathology Review

What is a Brenner tumor also known as? Transitional cell tumor
Where are germ cell tumors derived from? From the primitive germ cells of embryonic gonad
Are mucinous cystadenocarcinomas usually lateral or bilateral? Bilateral
T or F: serous cystadenomas are the 2nd most common benign tumor of the ovaries. True
What is the most common benign tumor of the ovary? Dermoid cyst
Regarding ovarian cancer, what does absence of blood flow within a lesion usually indicate? A benign lesion
T or F: Germ cell tumors contribute to 15% to 30% of all of ovarian malignancies. True
T or F: serous cystadenocarcinomas are usually bilateral. True more than half of these tumors are bilateral
What two things are associated with Meigs syndrome? Ascites and pleural effusion
What is another term for Sertoli-Leydig cell tumors? Androblastomas
What are the two most common ovarian neoplasms seen in pregnancy? Dysgerminoma's and serous cystadenomas
T or F: arrhenoblastoma is a masculinizing ovarian tumor That occurs in females 15 to 65 years old. True
What is the least common of all of the gynecologic malignancies? Fallopian tube carcinoma
Sonographically, how does carcinoma of the Fallopian tube appear? Sausage shaped, complex mass, with a cystic and solid component often with papillary projections.
T or F: All pelvic masses are gynecologic in origin. False
What is a yolk sac tumor? And endodermal sinus tumor that are rare but grow rapidly
How large doesn't ovarian cyst have to be before it is recommended to be surgically removed? Over 5 cm
What is the fourth leading cause of cancer death? Ovarian cancer
Is ovarian cancer usually predominately cystic or solid? Predominately cystic
Which side does ovarian torsion usually occur on? The right side.
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