International Journal of Thyroidology

Table. 1.

Table. 1.

Cases of papillary thyroid carcinoma and carcinoid tumor arising from a struma ovarii

Case Age Clinical presentation Size Treatment Pathology Outcome Ref.
1 48 Abdominal pain
(L) 10×7.2×6 cm LSO+RS→TAH+RO (L) PTC & carcinoid tumor on MCT (right fallopian tube) benign
(R) No tumor
NR, 6 m 17
2 49 AUB (L) 9.6×6×5.5 cm TAH+LSO (L) PTC & carcinoid tumor on MCT NR, not described 18
3 32 Asymptomatic (L) 9×6×4 cm
(R) 3.23×2.73 cm
LO→RO (L) PTC & carcinoid tumor on MCT
NR, 11 m Present case

AUB: abnormal uterine bleeding, MCT: mature cystic teratoma, LO: left oophorectomy, LSO: left salpingo-oophorectomy, NR: no recurrence, PTC: papillary thyroid carcinoma, RO: right oophorectomy, RS: right salpingectomy, RSO: right salpingo-oophorectomy, TAH: total abdominal hysterectomy

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