Steroid cell tumor of the ovary in a pregnant woman whose androgenic symptoms were masked by pregnancy
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Ovarian steroid cell tumors are very rare sex cord-stromal tumors, and most of them are unilateral and almost one-third of the cases are malignant.
Here, we present a pregnant woman, who diagnosed with steroid cell tumor of the ovary and underwent surgical staging.
We will discuss the clinical presentation of the case, management options and follow-up strategies.
KeywordsSteroid cell tumor Sex cord-stromal tumor Virilization Ovarian mass in pregnancy
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