ⓘ Brenner tumour

                                     

ⓘ Brenner tumour

Brenner tumors are an uncommon subtype of the surface epithelial-stromal tumor group of ovarian neoplasms. The majority are benign, but some can be malignant.

They are most often detected by chance during the inspection of the pelvis or at laparotomy. Brenner tumor very rarely can occur in other places, including the Testes.

                                     
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  • Powell s Pearls: Fritz Brenner MD 1877 1969 Female Pelvic Medicine Reconstructive Surgery Fritz Brenner at Who Named It Brenner s tumour Who Named It
  • transitional cell category of ovarian tumours which also includes malignant Brenner tumour and benign Brenner tumour Low mag. Very high mag. The main treatment
  • would later become known as a Brenner tumour In 1932 pathologist Robert Meyer coined the term in honor of Fritz Brenner who described the tumor in a
  • coffee - bean nuclei. That same nuclear groove appearance noted in Brenner tumour an epithelial - stromal ovarian tumor distinguishable by nests of transitional
  • benign ovarian tumor ovarian fibroma, fibrothecoma, Brenner tumour and occasionally granulosa cell tumour Meigs syndrome resolves after the resection of
  • mesenchymal tissue. They may be benign or malignant. Examples include: Brenner tumor of the Ovary Fibroadenoma of the Breast Phyllodes tumor of the Breast
  • tumor, and mucinous tumour They can be benign cystadenoma or malignant cystadenocarcinoma Less common tumors are malignant Brenner tumor and transitional
  • This group consists of serous, mucinous, endometrioid, clear cell, and brenner transitional cell tumors, though there are a few mixed, undifferentiated
  • Haug, U Rothenbacher, D Wente, M N Seiler, C M Stegmaier, C Brenner H 2007 Tumour M2 - PK as a stool marker for colorectal cancer: Comparative analysis
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