Y Ansah-Boateng

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Five biphasic tumors, four fibroadenomas and one cystosarcoma phyllodes, are reported in the male breast. Gynecomastia and lobular development were present in all five cases. The rarity of fibroadenoma and cystosarcoma phyllodes in men is attributed to the absence of lobules in the normal male breast. We propose that lobular development precedes biphasic(More)
A 37-year-old nulliparous woman presented with severe vaginal bleeding due to a primary immature teratoma of the uterus (Grade II on the Norris scale). The subsequent hysterectomy specimen showed well-differentiated endometrial adenocarcinoma. Mature glial implants were present on both ovaries and throughout the omentum. Postoperative recovery was(More)
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