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To evaluate the risk for metachronous ovarian tumor in pediatric patients with mature ovarian teratoma.
Objective To compare the results of removing mature teratoma with laparoscopy or without laparoscopy.
Glomus tumors involving the female genital tract are rare. Herein we report the case of a glomus tumor constituting the major… Expand The genotypic features of mature ovarian teratomas (MOTs) are controversial. Early studies detected a homozygous genotype in MOTs… Expand BACKGROUND
Paraneoplastic encephalomyelitis (PEM) is a well characterized, and typically irreversible, paraneoplastic syndrome… Expand Gliomatosis peritonei (GP) is the metastatic implantation of glial cells within the peritoneal cavity of patients with ovarian… Expand EDITORIAL COMMENT: This large series of cystic teratomas of the ovary, treated in one institution, should provide reliable… Expand Malignant components are present in 1–2% of mature teratomas (dermoid cysts) and historically have been associated with a very… Expand UNLABELLED
Peritoneal glial implants are found in childhood, adolescence as well as in young women and are the result of a… Expand Over a 21-year period, 213 women with mature teratoma of the ovary were operated on at Parkland Memorial Hospital. Twenty-seven… Expand