Ovarian teratoma is a benign or malignant tumor belonging to a group of germ cell tumors. It develops from germ cells and can be composed of different cell types from all the germ layers. It develops from germ cells and can be composed of different cell types from all the germ layers A teratoma is a rare type of tumor that can contain fully developed tissues and organs, including hair, teeth, muscle, and bone. They're most common in the tailbone, ovaries, and testicles
Ovarian teratomas is the most common group of ovarian germ cell tumors. They can be divided into 3 main sub types. mature ovarian teratoma. immature ovarian teratoma. specialized teratoma. struma ovarii tumor Struma ovarii is a rare ovarian teratoma of monodermal variant constituting 1-4% of all benign ovarian teratoma. Any ovarian teratoma is called struma ovarii only when it consists of at least 50%. Struma ovarii is a teratoma of the ovaries that contains a large amount of thyroid tissue. Like the cervical thyroid gland, this ectopic thyroid tissue can become autonomous. We present a case of hyperthyroidism caused by thyroid tissue in a large ovarian cystic teratoma and provide detailed endocri Ovarian teratomas include mature cystic teratomas (dermoid cysts), immature teratomas, and monodermal teratomas (eg, struma ovarii, carcinoid tumors, neural tumors). Most mature cystic teratomas can be diagnosed at ultrasonography (US) but may have a variety of appearances, characterized by echogeni Struma ovarii accompanied by mature cystic teratoma of the other ovary: A case report and literature review 1 January 2015 | Oncology Letters, Vol. 9, No. 5 Algorithmic approach to solid adnexal masses and their mimics: utilization of anatomic relationships and imaging features to facilitate diagnosi
A petefészekrák vagy ováriumkarcinóma (latinul: carcinoma ovarii) a petefészek (ovarium) valamelyik részéből kiinduló rosszindulatú rákos burjánzás. Többek között azért is veszélyes betegség, mert gyakran túl későn ismerik fel. A petefészekrákban szenvedő nők nem mindegyikénél jelentkeznek tünetek, amelyek közül a jellegzetesek - a haspuffadás, medencei. ABSTRACT. The Struma Ovarii, infrequent ovarian neoplasm, it constitutes a highly monodermic teratoma differentiated to the thyroid tissue, whose accurate diagnosis what provides the histopathology being the surgery the definitive treatment.. It presents the case of a patient of 51 years old attended in 2C Clínica Médica ALOM by abdominal pain and tumoration of 8 centimeters in right pelvic. .  Despite its name, struma ovarii is not restricted to the ovary
Struma ovarii is a rare ovarian tumor defined by the presence of thyroid tissue comprising more than 50% of the overall mass. It most commonly occurs as part of a teratoma, but may occasionally be encountered with serous or mucinous cystadenomas Final Diagnosis Struma Ovarii (teratoma) with torsion Discussion. Struma ovarii belongs to the group of monodermic and highly specific teratomas. It comprises less than 5% of mature teratomas. Struma ovarii is an uncommon type of teratomas, difficult to identify without histopathological examination. Struma ovarii could be hormonally active and. A struma ovarii (literally: goitre of the ovary) is a rare form of monodermal teratoma that contains mostly thyroid tissue, which may cause hyperthyroidism. Struma ovarii; Micrograph of a struma ovarii. Characteristic thyroid follicles are seen on the right, and ovarian stroma on the left Struma ovarii is most commonly diagnosed between the ages of 40 and 60 years . Pathologically, the thyroid epithelium in the teratoma may be organized in a solid, embryonal or pseudotubular pattern, rather than forming thyroid follicles, and thyroglobulin staining may be required to identify the cells as thyroidal in origin . There is uncertainty, lack of consensus, and variation in surgical practices. This paper critically analyzes various surgical approaches and techniques used to treat these cysts in an attempt.
Monodermal Teratoma of Ovary is an uncommon form of teratoma that originates from a single germ cell layer, composed only of a single tissue type (such as thyroid tissue or nerve tissue), on examination of the tumor sample by a pathologist under the microscope struma ovarii: [ stroo´mah ] goiter. Hashimoto's struma ( struma lymphomato´sa ) Hashimoto's disease. struma ova´rii a teratoid ovarian tumor composed of thyroid tissue. Riedel's struma Riedel's thyroiditis At a Glance Struma ovarii usually refers to the presence of significant amount of thyroid tissue in ovarian tumors, typically monodermal teratomas. Although a small amount of thyroid tissue may be. Struma ovarii is a teratoma of the ovary, comprising entirely or predominantly of thyroid tissue. Malignant conversion to thyroid carcinoma is rare. We report three cases of papillary thyroid carcinoma arising from ovarian teratomas, two of which are from struma ovarii. Case 1 was a right ovary from a 33-year-old woman that contained a 9 cm.
Struma ovarii, as a monodermal variant of ovarian teratoma, constitutes 3% of ovarian teratomas.It is difficult determine a diagnosis prior to surgery. The current study reports an unusual case of struma ovarii occurring in a 49 year‑old female, which was accompanied by mature cystic teratoma involving the other ovary Introduction. The defining feature of a mature cystic teratoma is the presence of differentiated components of any combination of two or three embryonal layers (endoderm, mesoderm and ectoderm) ().Although mature teratomas are the most frequently occurring ovarian germ cell tumors (16-20% of all ovarian neoplasms), the incidence of fallopian tube teratomas is extremely low (), with only ~70. Struma ovarii is an uncommon condition, in which thyroid tissue is the predominant or exclusive element in an ovarian teratoma. Thyroid tissue may demonstrate the same spectrum of pathological features as in the normal thyroid including benign and malignant changes Struma ovarii is a rare monodermal variant of ovarian teratoma accounting for only 2% of all mature teratomas. It is a benign condition but in about 5% of cases, malignant transformation is observed [ 6 , 7 , 8 ]
An ovarian mature teratoma characterized by the presence of aberrant thyroid tissue. The aberrant thyroid tissue shows morphologic changes identical to thyroid adenoma or carcinoma. Patients may present with abdominal mass and unusual symptoms due to thyrotoxicosis, or Meigs syndrome (ascites and pleural effusion) struma ovarii: translation a teratoma of the ovary containing thyroid tissue that becomes overactive and causes thyrotoxicosis. It is diagnosed by radioiodine scanning showing a high uptake in the pelvis; th Struma ovarii is a rare monodermal ovarian teratoma, diagnosed when a teratoma specimen contains at least 50% thyroid tissue. These represent about 2% of MCT and most commonly occur in the fifth or sixth decades of life. Malignancy within struma ovarii occurs in roughly 5%, or roughly 0.1% of MCT Ovarian teratomas is the most common group of ovarian germ cell tumors. They can be divided into 3 main sub types mature ovarian teratoma immature ovarian teratoma specialized teratoma struma ovarii tumor See also ovarian tumor Teratoma composed of struma and seminoma arising from an undescended testis Struma ovarii, the predominant presence of thyroid tissue in ovarian teratoma, is an uncommon disease. However, struma testis is an exceedingly rare condition. We present a case o
Struma ovarii is a rare form of ovarian mature teratoma being the thyroid tissue the predominant element. The authors The authors present a clinical report of a 53-year-old patient with an incidental finding of a complex adnexal mass diagnosed as a stru One such type of teratoma is made up, in part or completely, of thyroid tissue, and is called struma ovarii. In 1952 Sanders 9 estimated that there were approximately 180 reports of struma ovarii in the literature. In only about 17% of cases is the tissue entirely thyroid,. Struma ovarii • Von Klden 1895 • Gottschalk 1899 Descrito por struma ovarii (goiter of the ovary) goitre / goiter (Latin gutteria, struma) • Compuesto totalmente o en su mayor parte por tejido tiroideo Teratoma monodérmico especializado 8
Struma ovarii is an uncommon type of ovarian teratoma, which is composed predominantly of mature thyroid tissue. and which results in hyperthyroidism in less than 10% of. cases (1-3). Approximately 95% of strumas are benign, and. preoperative clinical or radiological diagnosis of struma ova- Struma ovarii is a monodermal teratoma diagnosed when thyroid tissue is the predominant element (50%) of the ovarian tumour.1 It is a rare condition, representing only less than 1% of all ovarian tumours.1 Five to 10% of these tumours undergo malignant transformation, with papillary carcinoma and follicular carcinoma being the most common.1 In a recent review, papillary carcinoma comprises about 51% (53/102) of the total thyroid-type malignancy of the struma ovarii reported from 1924 to 2008. Struma ovarii is a teratoma of the ovaries that contains a large amount of thyroid tissue. Like the cervical thyroid gland, this ectopic thyroid tissue can become autonomous. We present a case of hyperthyroidism caused by thyroid tissue in a large ovarian cystic teratoma and provide detailed endocrinological, radiological, and pathological preoperative and postoperative data
ture, and monodermal (as struma ovarii, carcinoid tumors, neural tumors) types. They are considered the most com-mon germ cells neoplasm. Teratomas comprise a number of histologic types of tumors, all of which contain mature or immature tissues of germ cell (pluripotential) origin. The immature teratoma (IT) is the currently preferre Struma ovarii is a rare monodermal ovarian teratoma, diagnosed when a teratoma specimen contains at least 50% thyroid tissue. These represent about 2% of MCT and most commonly occur in the ﬁfth or sixth decades of life. Malignancy within struma ovarii occurs in roughly 5%, or roughly 0.1% of MCT. Typically these malignancies are found.
A rare teratoid tumor of the ovary composed almost entirely of thyroid tissue, with large follicles containing abundant colloid. Occasionally there are symptoms of hyperthyroidism. 5-10% of struma ovarii become malignant, the only absolute criterion for which is the presence of metastasis 42 year old woman with menorrhagia for 8 years was found to have a left ovarian cyst (Case of the Week #371) Corticotroph pituitary adenoma (Am J Surg Pathol 1987;11:218) Glomus tumor (Arch Pathol Lab Med 2000;124:1373) Homunculus (fetiform) coexisting with intrauterine pregnancy (Arch Pathol Lab Med 1986;110:1192) Mature teratoma with anti-Ri antibodies and memory impairment (Int Semin Surg. Struma ovarii, first defined by Bottlin in 1888 and, later, by Pick in 1902, is a rare monodermal variant of ovarian teratoma . It represents approximately 2% of all mature teratomas  . Case Presentatio Stratified keratinizing squamous epithelium in the ovary has been associated with the diagnosis of ovarian teratoma in cows. Recently, the diagnosis of epidermoid cyst has been proposed. A case of squamous metaplasia of the rete ovarii in a Zebu cow is described in this report. A crossbreed Zebu cow had both ovaries enlarged with multiple cysts
Struma ovarii is a rare monodermal variant of ovarian teratoma accounting for only 2% of all mature teratomas. It is a benign condition but in about 5% of cases, malignant transformation is observed [ 6 , 7 , 8 ] cystic teratoma, it is macroscopically recognised in less than 3%. 9. The age incidence of struma ovarii is similar to that of mature cystic teratoma. The peak age incidence of struma is in the fifth decade, but cases have been reported in older post-menopausal women and uncommonly occur in pre-pubertal girls. 9. In addition to the usual signs an
. It is found in about 2.7% of ovarian teratomas. Malignant transformation of struma ovarii is an extremely rare condition  A struma ovarii (literally: goitre of the ovary) is a rare form of mature teratoma that contains mostly thyroid tissue. Classification Regardless of location in the body, a teratoma is classified according to a cancer staging system Struma ovarii is a teratoma composed totally or mainly of thyroid tissue. Study of histomorphological changes of teratomas in tertiary care hospital. The incidence of thyroid-type carcinoma arising in struma ovarii is difficult to assess because of the rare nature of this condition and the lack of standard criteria for diagnosis conclusions: Struma ovarii is a specialized variant of ovarian teratomas, and signs and symptoms such as hyperthyroidism and the associated presence of a pelvic mass may suggest the diagnosis. Diagnostic tests include ultrasound and axial tomography, which may help with differentiation and diagnosis
Benign neoplasm of unspecified ovary. 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Billable/Specific Code. D27.9 is a billable/specific ICD-10-CM code that can be used to indicate a. . In this study, we characterized the salient histopathological features of 27 ovarian teratomas associated with NMDAR-E (3 immature and 24 mature teratomas) and 40 controls without associated encephalitis
a teratoma of the ovary containing thyroid tissue that becomes overactive and causes thyrotoxicosis. It is diagnosed by radioiodine scanning showing a high uptake in the pelvis; the treatment is surgical removal of the affected ovary. * * * Aken ET van. Een geval van struma ovarii (teratoma strumosum thyreoideum). Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd. 1909;53:920-6. Makani S, Kim W, Gaba AR. Struma ovarii with a focus of papillary thyroid cancer: a case report and review of the literature. Gynecol Oncol. 2004;94:835-9. Navarro MD, Tan MAL, Lovecchio JL, Hajdu SI. Malignant struma ovarii Struma ovarii is a teratoma of the ovaries that contains a large amount of thyroid tissue. Like the cervical thyroid gland, this ectopic thyroid tissue can become autonomous. We present a case of hyperthyroidism caused by thyroid tissue in a large ovarian cystic teratoma and provide detailed endocrinological, radiological, and pathological.
Struma ovarii (SO) is a rare form of ovarian teratoma where thyroid tissue forms a grossly detectible mass or is the major cellular component (>50%).Teratomas comprise approximately 95% of germ cell tumors of which SO accounts for only 3% [1, 2].The differential diagnosis between benign and malignant SO may be difficult due to the lack of uniform diagnostic criteria