Monomorphic (basal cell) salivary adenoma of ovary: report of a case.


A pregnant 26-year-old woman presented with an asymptomatic 10-cm left ovarian mass diagnosed at 19 weeks gestation. On removal, the tumor was shown to be a cribriform variant of basal cell salivary adenoma with no other teratomatous or germ cell tumor elements present. The pregnancy continued uneventfully to term and the patient remains symptom-free 10… (More)


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