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Ovarian Tumours

Gynae Oncology

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What are the main cell line derivatives of ovarian tumours/ca? Epithelial, sex cord stromal, germ cell
What are the types of epithelial ovarian tumours? Serous, mucinous, endometroid, brenner, clear cell
Which epithelial tumours may become cancerous? All
Which epithelial tumours are likely to become cancerous (in order of most to least? Endometroid, serous, mucinous, brenner, clear cell
Which tumour has transitional cell-like epithelium? Brenner
Which tumour is assoc with pseudomyxoma peritoneii mucinous
which tumour contains psammomma bodies? serous
which epithelial tumour has a tendency to be bilateral serous
What are the types of sex cord stromal tumours? thecoma-fibroma, granulosa-thecal cell tumours, sertoli-leydig cell tumours
which tumour is assoc with meig syndrome fibroma
what is meig's syndrome fibroma/ovarian tumour, ascites, hydrothorax (usually right)
Whihch tumour produces oestrogen and may lead to endometrial ca> granulosa-theca cell tumours
which tumour produces androgens? Sertoli-leydig cell tumour
ca 125 epithelial cell tumours
inhibin granulosa cell tumour
LDH dysgerminoma
beta HCG choriocarcinoma
alpha fetoprotein yolk sac
what are the types of germ cell tumours? dysgerminoma, yolk sac tumour/endodermal sinus tumour, choriocarcinoma
what is an example of secondary ovarian ca krukenberg
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