COLLISION TUMOUR IN OVARY;

CASE REPORT: RARE CASE OF COLLISION TUMOUR IN OVARY: COMBINATION OF SEROUS CYSTADENOMA, FIBROMA AND BRENNER TUMOUR.

  • Afra Samad Multan Medical & Dental College, Multan.
  • Namra Mahmood Post Graduate Medical Institute, Lahore.
  • Arbaz Samad Morristown, Overlook and Newton Medical Centers Atlantic Consolidated Laboratory 100 The American Road, Morris Plains, NJ 07950
Keywords: Collision Tumour, Fibroma, Serous Cystadenoma

Abstract

Most of the ovarian tumours are of surface epithelium and account for 65-75% of tumours.1 Serous cystadenoma constitutes 20% of ovarian tumours. Sex- cord stromal tumour is less common. Fibroma is the most common sex-cord stromal tumor comprising 70%.2 Tumors can present in a combination in ovary like teratoma and mucinous cystadenoma, granulosa cell tumour and mature teratoma and/or mucinous tumors.3 We report a rare case of combined serous cystadenoma and fibroma in a 55 years old female. Review of literature reveal only two such cases. To best of our knowledge this is the third case which is being report.

Author Biographies

Afra Samad, Multan Medical & Dental College, Multan.

MBBS, DCP, M.Phil (Morbid Anatomy and Histopathology)

Associate Professor

Department of Pathology

 

Namra Mahmood, Post Graduate Medical Institute, Lahore.

MBBS

Ex. Resident

Department of Pathology

 

Arbaz Samad, Morristown, Overlook and Newton Medical Centers Atlantic Consolidated Laboratory 100 The American Road, Morris Plains, NJ 07950

MBBS, MD

Consultant

Department of Pathologist

 

Published
2019-03-10