JOURNAL OF EVIDENCE BASED MEDICINE AND HEALTHCARE

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2018 Month : December Volume : 5 Issue : 49 Page : 3404-3405

A RARE CASE OF EXTRA OVARIAN SEX CORD STROMAL TUMOUR PRESENTING AS BROAD LIGAMENT MASS SYNCHRONOUS OVARIAN MASS; PATHOLOGIC PATTERN REVEALS MIX GRANULOSA FIBROMA, TYPE OF MIX MESONEPHRIC AND MULLERIAN ORIGIN

Smruti Sudha Pattnaik1, Sushil Kumaar Giri2, Jita Parija3, Padmalaya Devi4, Kunal Goutam5, Janmejaya Mohapatra6, Bhagyalaxmi Nayak7, Manoranjan Mohapatra8

Corresponding Author:
Dr. Smruti Sudha Pattnaik,
Senior Resident,
Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology,
Acharya Harihara Cancer Centre,
Cuttack, Odisha.
E-mail: smrutisudhapattnaik@gmail.com
DOI: 10.18410/jebmh/2018/693

PRESENTATION OF CASE
A 30 yrs. female presented to OPD with a mass abdomen. FNAC of the mass showed papillary-adenocarcinoma. She had undergone B/L excision of the mass, which was a broad ligament mass, revealed on laparotomy. HPS and IHC revealed it to be malignant high-grade mixed sex cord stromal tumour (granulosa and fibroma type).