Ovarian serous cystadenofibroma with stromal sex cord elements: report of a unique case.


This report describes an ovarian serous cystadenofibroma, in a postmenopausal woman, which exhibited extensive sex cord differentiation, in the form of solid and hollow tubules resembling Sertoli cell elements, within the stroma. The sex cord elements, which were located just beneath the epithelium, were positive with both alpha inhibin and calretinin and… (More)


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