DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2320-1770.ijrcog20200395

Juvenile granulosa cell tumour in the third trimester of pregnancy

Jonathan Gaughran, Argha Datta, Judith Hamilton, Tom Holland, Ahmad Sayasneh

Abstract


This case report describes the rare finding of a granulosa cell tumour in the third trimester of pregnancy. The presentation, investigation, management, histopathological findings and subsequent follow up are detailed. The difficulties associated with such diagnoses in pregnancy are explored.


Keywords


Cancer, Granulosa, Juvenile, Ovary, Ovarian, Pregnancy

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