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ea0020p306 | Clinical case reports and clinical reports | ECE2009

Stromal luteoma of the ovary: case report

Souto Selma B , Carvalho-Braga Daniel , Baptista Pedro Vieira , Fernandes Ana S , Beires Jorge , Medina Jose Luis

Introduction: The stromal luteoma of the ovary is a rare tumour occurring mostly in post menopausal women. Endocrine symptoms and sometimes virilizing signs may be observed, although abnormal vaginal bleeding is the most frequent manifestation. This tumour is surrounded by ovarian stroma being entirely composed of luteinized cells devoid of crystals of Reinke. Hyperthecosis of ovarian stroma is often observed. Its evolution is always benign.Case report: ...

ea0070ep385 | Reproductive and Developmental Endocrinology | ECE2020

Hyperandrogenism caused by a leydig cell tumor of the ovary: A case report

Mendonça Fernando , Souto Selma , Magalhães Daniela , Fernandes Ana Sofia , Coelho Ana Rita , Portugal Raquel , Falcão Vera , Tavares Sara , Beires Jorge , Carvalho Davide

Introduction: Leydig stromal cell tumors are a subtype of steroid tumors that make up to less than 0.1% of the ovarian tumors. These neoplasms can affect women from all ages but are more frequent after menopause, being usually unilateral, benign and small sized. In around 75% of cases, these tumors produce androgenic hormones, causing oligomenorrhea and virilization.Case report: A 39-year-old woman, nulligravid, with complains regarding androgenic alopec...