A Rare Tumor of Ovary – Struma Ovarii

Dr. Deepak Kumar

Abstract


Objective : For study of histopathological feature of Teratoma ovary (Struma ovarii)
Method : n the histopahtological unit of Pathology Department, J.L.N.M. College, Bhagalpur 11 cases of strumaovarii are
evaluated.
Result : Of these 11 cases 10 were benign & rest one is malignant.
Conclusion : A teratoma having thyroid tissue may converted to hyperplasia either diffuse or nodular, thyroiditis, lymphoma or carcinoma. So
histopathological examination is mandatory for these type of teratoma.


Keywords


histopathological features complaining abdominal

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