Luteinizing hormone elevation in ovarian granulosa cell tumor: a case report and review of the literature

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testosterone 3128 hormone levels were as follows: FSH, 7.49 IU/L; estradiol, 18.2 pg/ml; progesterone, 0.64 ng/ml; testosterone , 0.56 ng/dl; and prolactin, 7.12 ng/ml, with normal thyroid function. Routine laboratory tests and
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granulosa cell tumor 75 Title: Journal of Ovarian ResearchLuteinizing hormone elevation in ovarian granulosa cell tumor : a case report and review of the literatureShengyuan RanQi YuShan DengLing XuPublication date (epub):
granulosa cell tumor 304 4/2017Publication date (pmc-release): 4/2017Publication date (collection): /2017AbstractBackgroundOvarian granulosa cell tumor s (GCTs) are the most common type of potentially malignant ovarian sex cord-stromal tumor. GCTs often
granulosa cell tumor 6086 FSH, 4.9 IU/L.Fig. 1Histological ovarian tumor findings. The tumor exhibited typical features of a granulosa cell tumor . H&E, ×200Unilateral adnexectomy with preservation of the contralateral ovary and the uterus is now
polycystic ovary syndrome 10111 unremarkable growth by pelvic ultrasound. The initial assessment ruled out premature ovarian failure and polycystic ovary syndrome and led to the suspicion of a hypothalamic-pituitary cause. However, pituitary microadenomas that secret
premature ovarian failure 10081 of amenorrhea exhibited unremarkable growth by pelvic ultrasound. The initial assessment ruled out premature ovarian failure and polycystic ovary syndrome and led to the suspicion of a hypothalamic-pituitary cause. However, pituitary

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