Adult-type granulosa cell tumor of the testis: report of a case and review of literature.

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goiter 3033 history of trauma, infection, or lower urinary tract symptoms. Upon exploration, he reported a history of goiter , diabetes and scleroderma under treatment. Physical exams revealed a normal right epididymis and testis,
granulosa cell tumor 49 Title: The Pan African Medical JournalAdult-type granulosa cell tumor of the testis: report of a case and review of literatureMeriem ElbachiriAmina TalebNora DerrabiZineb
granulosa cell tumor 708 have been previously reported. We report here a 40-year young man with a left testicular adult type granulosa cell tumor . The tumor measured 5.5X5X4cm; Immunohistochemical stains showed the tumor diffusely positive for inhibin
granulosa cell tumor 1668 recognized, namely, the typical adult type, and its variation, and the juvenile type [[1]]. Adult testicular granulosa cell tumor s are extremely rare account for 1.6-6% of adult testicular tumors and occur somewhat more frequently
granulosa cell tumor 1842 testicular tumors and occur somewhat more frequently in children and the clinical behavior of adult type granulosa cell tumor s is difficult to predict [[2]]. Presently, these tumors appear to be slow-growing neoplasm with the
granulosa cell tumor 2478 to be well defined due to the very limited number of cases. We report an original case of adult type granulosa cell tumor in the testis reported for the first time at Mohamed VI center for cancer treatment in Casablanca for
granulosa cell tumor 3708 performed. Histopathological examination showed a 5.5X5X4cm yellow tumor. Final analysis revealed a granulosa cell tumor with oval nuclei having a longitudinal nuclear groove (Figure 1, Figure 2, Figure 3), focal invasion
granulosa cell tumor 4177 vimentin, but negative for epithelial membrane antigen. These findings strongly suggest the diagnosis of a granulosa cell tumor . His post operative blood tests were within normal limits, and the post operative abdominal and thoracic
granulosa cell tumor 5141 with irregular nuclear membranes and occasional nuclearDiscussionDescribed for the first time in 1952, granulosa cell tumor s are derived from epithelial elements of the sex cord, and they can be divided in juvenile or adult
granulosa cell tumor 5619 Granulosa cell tumors affect both the ovaries and the testis, Only 29 cases of testicular adult type granulosa cell tumor have been previously reported [[3], [6]]. The diagnosis of sex cord-stromal tumors is mostly based on
granulosa cell tumor 6442 monotone spindle cells which are embedded in an acellular fibrous stroma [[9]] Immunohistochemically granulosa cell tumor is positive for inhibin, vimentin and calretinin,negative for epithelial membrane antigen (EMA), placental
granulosa cell tumor 6996 have not been well defined. Hanson et al.[[11]] reviewed all the reported cases of adult testicular granulosa cell tumor s and found that only size greater than 5.0 cm reached statistical significance in association with malignancy.

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