Classification and Symptoms of ovarian tumors - MedPGR

Classification and Symptoms of ovarian tumors

Sex stromal tumors

Classification and Symptoms of ovarian tumors

Tumors are the most common disease these days and it is also the most causative agent of cancer both benign and malignant tumors. Therefore if it is not treated in the early stage then it may be dangerous even cause death. So there is a need for proper treatment and care for such patients. Sex stromal tumors are also one of the leading causes of death in females.

Symptoms of Ovarian tumors: 

  • Females with ovarian tumors start losing weight day by day.
  • They eat less and feel they are full, no need to eat more although they get low calories as required.
  • Constipation is also another symptom of ovarian tumors.
  • There is pain in the stomach and pelvis in the ovarian tumor due to pressure just like in pregnancy.
  • The urination process is more in ovarian tumor females because the ovary and bladder are very close to each other and therefore bladder is affected and has difficulty in the urination.
  • Their digestive tract is also disturbed in such females.
  • In benign tumors, symptoms do not appear normally but sometimes pain starts therefore proper consultancy with the doctor is necessary for such conditions so that this tumor could be treated in the early stage. It may prevent a big loss.
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Granulosa tumors

 Fibromas

Sex  stromal tumors


Fibrothecomas

 Thecomas

Sertoli-Leydig cell tumors

 Steroid (lipid) cell tumors

Germ Cell Tumors

Teratoma

 Immature

 Mature

      Solid

      Cystic (dermota)

 → Monodermal (e.g., struma ovarii,

 Dysgermingma Yolk sac Mixed germ celt tumors

Germ Cell Tumors

·         Metastatic Cancer From Non-ovarian Primary

·          Colonic

·         appendiceal

·          Gastric

·         Pancreaticobiliary

·          Breast

Epithelial-stromal tumorsMucinous tumorsMucinous tumorsClear cell tumorsTransitional cell tumors
Benign (cystadenoma, cystadenofibroma) Borderline (serous borderline tumor) Malignant (low- and high-grade serous adenocarcinoma)endocervical-like and intestinal-type Benign (cystadenoma, cystadenofibroma) Borderline (mucinous borderline tumor) Malignant (mucinous adenocarcinoma)endocervical-like and intestinal-type Benign (cystadenoma, cystadenofibroma) Borderline (mucinous borderline tumor) Malignant (mucinous adenocarcinoma)Benign Borderline Malignant (clear cell adenocarcinoma)Benign Brenner tumor Brenner tumor of borderline malignancy Malignant BrenneAdenosarcoma Malignant mixed-müllerian tumor NI MMT)r tumor

References:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ovarian_cancer
https://acsjournals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/cncr.11345
https://ocrahope.org/patients/about-ovarian-cancer/types-ovarian-cancer/
https://www.pathologyoutlines.com/topic/ovarytumorwhoclassif.html
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1474574/
https://emedicine.medscape.com/article/255771-overview
https://www.amboss.com/us/knowledge/ovarian-tumors/
https://www.cancer.org/cancer/ovarian-cancer/detection-diagnosis-staging/signs-and-symptoms.html

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