luteoma


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luteoma

[‚lüd·ē′ō·mə]
(medicine)
A tumor of the ovary composed of cells resembling those of the corpus luteum.
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Pregnancy luteoma is a benign, hyperplastic lesion that may be mistaken for a neoplasm, thus leading to unnecessary oophorectomy.
They differ from pregnancy luteoma in that they are usually unilateral and solitary, as opposed to the multinodular and bilateral lesions seen in pregnancy luteoma.
Solid nodules with radiologic findings of pregnancy luteoma (solid nodules, multinodularity, and bilaterality) discovered in the second half of pregnancy have been followed clinically.
Pregnancy luteoma presenting as ovarian torsion with rupture and intra-abdominal bleeding.
Luteoma of pregnancy: sonographic findings in two cases.