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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Entre las etiologias mas frecuentes, se encuentran los luteomas ovaricos y los quistes teca luteinicos.
Pregnancy luteoma: a study of 20 cases on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of its description of Dr.
Bilateral laparoscopic salpingo-oophorectomy revealed left stromal luteoma, bilateral stromal nodular hyperthecosis (see Figure 1), and right paratubular cysts.
Histopathological examination revealed solid aggregates of large cells with abundant eosinophilic cytoplasm; diagnosis of pregnancy luteoma was given.
The etiology is unclear and it has been postulated that the pregnancy luteoma arises from pre-existing luteinised stromal cells, which respond in an exaggerated manner to the elevated levels of gonadotropin during pregnancy.
Remission of acanthosis nigricans associated with polycystic ovarian disease and a stromal luteoma. J Clin Endocrinol Metab.
(1) Estos se dividen en 3 subtipos segun el origen celular, asi: luteoma estromal, tumor de celulas de Leydig y tumor de celulas esteroideas sin otra especificacion, el cual representa 60% de estas neoplasias.
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TABLE 1 Adnexal masses removed during pregnancy: Histologic profile HISTOLOGIC TYPE NUMBER (%) Cystadenoma 549 (33) Dermoid 451 (27) Paraovarian/paratubal 204 (12) Functional 237 (14) Endometrioma 55 (3) Benign stromal 28 (2) Leiomyoma 23 (1.5) Luteoma 8 (0.5) Miscellaneous 55 (3) Malignant 68 (4) Total 1,678 Data supplied by the authors from surgical experience TABLE 2 Malignant adnexal masses removed during pregnancy HISTOLOGIC TYPE NUMBER (%) Epithelial 101 (28) Borderline epithelial 147 (40) Germ-cell dysgerminoma 47 (13) Other 34 (9) Stromal 24 (7) Undifferentiated 5 (1.4) Sarcoma 2 (0.5) Metastatic 4 (1.1) Total 364 Data supplied by the authors from surgical experience
Several such entities are discussed in this review, including microglandular hyperplasia of the cervix mimicking well-differentiated endometrial and endocervical adenocarcinoma, reactive epithelial changes in the fallopian tubes mimicking adenocarcinoma or carcinoma in situ, atypical and hyperplastic changes in endometriosis, and pregnancy changes in the ovary including pregnancy luteoma and large solitary luteinized follicular cyst of pregnancy and puerperium.
Pathologic evaluation found three mature cystic teratomas, two torsed ovarian cysts, two leiomyomas, one thecal luteoma, and one endometrioma.
* Steroid cell tumors Stromal luteoma Leydig cell tumor group