Mucinous Cystadenocarcinoma with Brenner’s tumour Of the Ovary in a 70- Year – Old postmenopausal female - A case report

Garima Sharma, Thatai Akanksha Anil, B. P. Nag, M. L. Yadav


Surface epithelial tumours are the most commonly encountered neoplasms of the ovary. Among these, Mucinous tumours accounts for 14% of ovarian tumours. Coexistence of mucinous tumour with another surface epithelial tumour is rare. We report here a rare case of mucinous cystadenocarcinoma with Brenner’s component in a 70-year-old post-menopausal female. She presented with chief complaints of Constipation and abdominal distention since 4 months. The symptoms were gradually progressive in nature. Co-occurrence of these two tumours favours the theory of common origin of surface epithelial tumours from coelomic or germinal epithelium, and hence, it undergoes metaplastic changes to transitional or urothelial- likes morphology.


Epithelial tumour, Brenner’s Tumour, mucinous cystadenocarcinoma

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