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[Features of Krukenberg-type tumors--clinical study and review].
Bilateral ovarian tumors, particularly in premenopausal women, must raise a high index of suspicion for KT, before or during surgery; diagnosis is a team challenge.
Management of Krukenberg tumors: an 11-year experience and review of the literature.
- MedicinePrimary care update for Ob/Gyns
Krukenberg tumors of the ovary: a clinicopathologic analysis of 112 cases.
- MedicineNihon Sanka Fujinka Gakkai zasshi
It is suggested that estrogen influences tumor development and the histological character many of Krukenberg tumor is many in older women and in patients with a recent pregnancy.
An in-depth look at Krukenberg tumor: an overview.
- MedicineArchives of pathology & laboratory medicine
An overview of the major pathologic manifestations of Krukenberg tumor, patient characteristics, clinical and laboratory features of the disease, prognostic factors, and current knowledge about its pathogenesis is provided.
Krukenberg tumors of the ovary. A clinicopathologic analysis of 27 cases
All women with typical Krukenberg tumors of the ovary should be considered as having metastatic carcinoma, usually from the stomach, until proven otherwise.
Krukenberg Tumors of the Ovary: A Clinicopathologic Analysis of 120 Cases With Emphasis on Their Variable Pathologic Manifestations
- MedicineThe American journal of surgical pathology
The observations emphasize that the microscopic spectrum of the Krukenberg tumor is broader that often presented in the literature, in particular tubules, glands, and cysts often being present, and the wide pathologic differential diagnosis is discussed.