Pre-operative Differentiation of Pediatric Ovarian Tumors: Morphological Scoring System and Tumor Markers

@article{Stankovi2006PreoperativeDO,
  title={Pre-operative Differentiation of Pediatric Ovarian Tumors: Morphological Scoring System and Tumor Markers},
  author={Zoran B. Stankovi{\'c} and Milan K Djuki{\'c} and Djordje Savic and Branislav Luk{\'a}{\vc} and Slavisa M. Djuricic and Katarina Sedlecki and Danilo Zdravkovi{\'c}},
  journal={Journal of Pediatric Endocrinology and Metabolism},
  year={2006},
  volume={19},
  pages={1231 - 1238}
}
OBJECTIVE To investigate the importance of morphological scoring systems in differentiation of ovarian tumors in childhood. METHODS Morphological assessment using DePriest's index was performed for all patients with histopathological confirmation of ovarian tumor, with evaluation of tumor markers, from January 1997. RESULTS Fifty-three girls (age range 13 months to 19 years) were surgically treated for 59 ovarian tumors, including six bilateral. All lesions with cystic appearance on… 

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