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Tumors of the ovary

Classification

  • Surface epithelial-stromal tumors
    • Serous tumors
      • Malignant; adenocarcinoma
      • Malignant; surface papillary adenocarcinoma
      • Malignant; adenocarcinofibroma (malignant adenofibroma)
      • Borderline tumor; papillary cystic tumor
      • Borderline tumor; surface papillary tumor
      • Borderline tumor; Adenofibroma, cystadenofibroma
      • Benign; cystadenoma
      • Benign; papillary cystadenoma
      • Benign; surface papilloma
      • Benign; adenofibroma and cystadenofibroma
    • Mucinous tumors
      • Malignant; adenocarcinoma
      • Malignant; adenocarcinofibroma (malignant adenofibroma)
      • Borderline tumor; intestinal type
      • Borderline tumor; endocervical type
      • Benign; cystadenoma
      • Benign; adenofibroma and cystadenofibroma
      • Mucinous cystic tumor with mural nodules
      • Mucinous cystic tumor with pseudomyxoma peritonei
    • Endometrioid tumor including variants with squamous differentiation
      • Malignant; adenocarcinoma not otherwise specified
      • Malignant; adenocarcinofibroma (malignant adenofibroma)
      • Malignant mullerian mixed tumor (carcinosarcoma)
      • Adenosarcoma
      • Endometrioid stromal sarcoma (low grade)
      • Undifferentiated ovarian sarcoma
      • Borderline tumor; cystic tumor
      • Borderline tumor; adenofibroma and cystadenofibroma
      • Benign; cystadenoma
      • Benign; adenofibroma and cystadenofibroma
    • Clear cell tumors
      • Malignant; adenocarcinoma
      • Malignant; adenocarcinofibroma (malignant adenofibroma)
      • Borderline tumor; cystic tumor
      • Borderline tumor; adenofibroma and cystadenofibroma
      • Benign; cystadenoma
      • Benign; adenofibroma and cystadenofibroma
    • Transitional cell tumors
      • Malignant; transitional cell carcinoma (non-Brenner type)
      • Malignant; Brenner tumor
      • Borderline tumor; borderline Brenner tumor
      • Borderline tumor; borderline Brenner tumor, proliferative variant
      • Benign; Brenner tumor
      • Benign; Brenner tumor, metaplastic variant
    • Squamous cell tumors
      • Squamous cell carcinoma
      • Epidermoid cyst
    • Mixed epithelial tumors (specify components)
      • Malignant
      • Borderline
      • Benign
    • Undifferentiated and unclassified tumors
      • Undifferentiated carcinoma
      • Adenocarcinoma, not otherwise specified
  • Sex cord-stromal tumors
    • Granulosa-stromal cell tumor, adult type
      • Granulosa cell tumor group; adult granulosa cell tumor
      • Granulosa cell tumor group; juvenile granulosa cell tumor
    • Thecoma-fibroma group
      • Thecoma, not otherwise specified
      • Fibroma
      • Cellular fibroma
      • Fibrosarcoma
      • Stromal tumor with minor sex cord elements
      • Sclerosing stromal tumor
      • Signet-ring stromal tumor
      • Unclassified (fibrothecoma)
    • Sertoli-stromal cell tumor
      • Sertoli-Leydig tumor (androblastoma), well differentiated
      • Sertoli-Leydig tumor (androblastoma),of intermediate differentiation
      • Sertoli-Leydig tumor (androblastoma),of intermediate differentiation, variant with heterologous elements
      • Sertoli-Leydig tumor (androblastoma), poorly differentiated (sarcomatoid)
      • Sertoli-Leydig tumor (androblastoma), poorly differentiated (sarcomatoid), variant with heterologous elements
      • Sertoli-Leydig tumor (androblastoma), retiform
      • Sertoli-Leydig tumor (androblastoma), retiform, variant with heterologous element
    • Sex cord-stromal cell tumor of mixed or unclassified cell types
      • Sex cord tumor with annular tubules
      • Gynandroblastoma
      • Sex cord-stromal tumor, unclassied
    • Steroid cell tumors
      • Stromal luteoma
      • Leydig cell tumor group
      • Leydig cell tumor; hilus cell tumor
      • Leydig cell tumor; non-hilar type
      • Leydig cell tumor; not otherwise specified
      • Steroid cell tumor, not otherwise specified
      • Steroid cell tumor, not otherwise specified, well differentiated
      • Steroid cell tumor, not otherwise specified, malignant
    • Germ cell tumors
      • Dysgerminoma
      • Yolk sac tumor, polyvesicular vitelline tumor
      • Yolk sac tumor, glandular varient
      • Yolk sac tumor, hepatoid varient
      • Yolk sac tumor, Embryonal carcinoma
      • Polyembryoma
      • Non-gestational chriocarcinoma
      • Mixed germ cell tumor
      • Immature teratoma
      • Mature teratoma, solid
      • Mature teratoma, cystic; dermoid cyst
      • Mature fetiform teratoma (homunculus)
      • Monodermal teratoma, struma ovarii (thyroid), benign
      • Monodermal teratoma, struma ovarii (thyroid), malignant
      • Monodermal teratoma, carcinoid group, insular
      • Monodermal teratoma, carcinoid group, trabecular
      • Monodermal teratoma, carcinoid group, mucinous
      • Monodermal teratoma, carcinoid group, struma carcinoid
      • Monodermal teratoma, carcinoid group, mixed
      • Monodermal teratoma, neuroectodermal tumor group, primitive neuroectodermaltumor
      • Monodermal teratoma, neuroectodermal tumor group, ependymoma
      • Monodermal teratoma, neuroectodermal tumor group, medulloepithelioma
      • Monodermal teratoma, neuroectodermal tumor group, glioblastoma multiforme
      • Monodermal teratoma, neuroectodermal tumor group, others
      • Monodermal teratoma, squamous cell carcinoma
      • Monodermal teratoma, adenocarcinoma
      • Monodermal teratoma, other carcinoma group
      • Monodermal teratoma, malignant melanoma
      • Monodermal teratoma, melanocytic nevus
      • Monodermal teratoma, sarcoma group
      • Monodermal teratoma, sebaceous adenoma
      • Monodermal teratoma, sebaceous carcinoma
      • Monodermal teratoma, pituitary-type tumor group
      • Monodermal teratoma, retinal anlage tumor group
  • Mixed germ cell-sex cord-stromal tumors
    • Gonadoblastoma
    • Mixed germ cell-sex cord -stromal tumor
  • Tumors of the rete ovarii
    • Adenocarcinoma
    • Adenoma
    • Cystadenoma
    • Cystadenofibroma
  • Miscellaneous tumors
    • Small cell carcinoma, hypercalcemic type
    • Small cell carcinoma, pulmonary type
    • Large cell neuroendocrine carcinoma
    • Hepatoid carcinoma
    • Primary ovarian mesothelioma
    • Wilms tumors
    • Gestational choriocarcinoma
    • Hydatidiform mole
    • Adenoid cystic carcinoma
    • Basal cell tumor
    • Ovarian wolffian tumor
    • Paraganglioma
    • Myxoma
    • Soft tissue tumors
    • Others
  • Lymphoid and hematopoetic tumors
    • Malignant lymphoma
    • Leukemia
    • Plasmacytoma
  • Tumor-like conditions
    • Leutoma of pregnancy
    • Stromal hyperthecosis
    • Stromal hyperplasia
    • Fibromatosis
    • Massive ovarian edema
    • Others
  • Secondary tumors




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