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SETB. 2013; 47(4): 212-215


A rare tumor during pregnancy; juvenile granulosa cell tumor

Osman Temizkan, Sema Agar, Suna Kabil Kucur, Toygun Basaran, Şule Temizkan, Osman Asicioglu.

Abstract
Juvenile Granulosa Cell Tumors (JGCT) are the one of the malignant ovarian tumors of sex cord-stromal origin. Only 5% of granulosa cell tumors are JGCT. There are only a few reported cases of JGCT during pregnancy. JGCT has a good prognosis although it has rarely high mitotic activity and nuclear atipy.
Here we reported a case JGCT case with JGCT diagnosed during pregnancy. She was 20-year-old and had a mass in the right adnexial region 17 cm in size. She was performed unilateral salphingoopherectomy. We discussed the prognosis and follow-up of this rare phenomenon in the contrast of the literature.

Key words: Juvenile granulosa cell tumors, ovarian tumors, pregnangy



Gebelik sırasında nadir görülen bir tümör; juvenil granülosa hücreli tümör

Özet
Jüvenil granuloza hücreli tümörler (JGHT) overin malign seks kord stromal tümörlerindendir. Granuloza hücreli tümörlerin sadece %5 kadarını oluşturur. Gebelikle birlikte bildirilmiş oldukça az sayıda JGHT olgusu tanımlanmıştır. JGHT’de yüksek mitotik aktivite ve nükleer atipi nadiren görülse de prognozu çok iyidir.
Biz burada gebelik sırasında 17 cm çapında sağ adneksiyel kitlesi olan ve unilateral salpingooferektomi ile tedavi edilen 20 yaşında bir jüvenil granuloza hücreli tümör olgusunu inceledik ve bu nadir görülen vakanın prognozunu ve takibini literatür eşliğinde sunmayı amaçladık.

Anahtar Kelimeler: Jüvenil granulosa hücreli tümör, over tümörleri, gebelik



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