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Corresponding author: V.M. Alexander, 69 Jesse Hill Jr. Drive SE, Atlanta, GA 30303, United States. E-mail address: vinita.alexander@emory.edu.



  • Immature teratoma
  • Wilms' tumor of ovary

Wilms’ tumor of the ovary


Journal Title:

Gynecologic Oncology Reports


Volume 19


, Pages 18-21

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Extrarenal Wilms’ tumor of the ovary is a very rare tumor likely derived from embryonic mesonephros. We present the first reported case of a teratoid extrarenal Wilms’ tumor of the ovary with a short review of the existing literature. In the case, a 26-year-old woman presented with back pain and was found to have a dermoid cyst; three years later, she presented again, now pregnant, with severe abdominal pain. She was diagnosed with an immature teratoma consisting of a Wilms’ tumor (immature component) arising within a mature teratoma and treated exclusively with surgery and surveillance. The recovery from surgery was uneventful and the patient remains without evidence of disease with eleven months of follow-up.

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© 2016 Emory University School of Medicine; Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics.

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