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ovarian

[ō′ver·ē·ən]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to the ovaries.
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They account for 15% to 20% of all ovarian neoplasms and are rarely malignant.
There have been infrequent reports of ovarian neoplasms with both benign and malignant, in women who have had multiple drug therapy for controlled ovarian stimulation; however, a causal relationship has not been established.
Spontaneous ovarian tumors in twelve baboons: a review of ovarian neoplasms in non-human primates.
6-18) This latter fact may be helpful in sorting out the preliminary differential diagnosis, given that many aggressive ovarian neoplasms are much larger.
Treatment includes surgery and chemotherapy, but prognosis in advanced stages is generally dismal, especially when compared with other subtypes of epithelial ovarian neoplasms (6).
Ovarian neoplasms, functional ovarian cysts, and oral contraceptives.
Abnormal expression of the retinoblastoma gene in ovarian neoplasms and correlation to p53 and K-ras mutations.
Macroscopically, pregnancy luteomas are solid masses that may be mistaken for ovarian neoplasms because of this feature.
Recent advances in immunohistochemistry in the diagnosis of ovarian neoplasms.
16,17) Most leiomyomas enhance slightly less or similar to the surrounding myometrium, although avid enhancement is frequently seen and may be helpful to distinguish pedunculated, broad-ligament, or ovarian leiomyomas from fibromas or malignant ovarian neoplasms, which generally show only slight enhancement.
Hyperplastic mesothelial cells within abdominal lymph nodes: mimic of metastatic ovarian carcinoma and serous borderline tumor: a report of two cases associated with ovarian neoplasms.
Ovarian neoplasms can be classified based on cells of their origin into epithelial, germ cell, sex cord stromal, or metastatic types.