Published in Cancer Weekly, June 24th, 2003
According to recent research published in the Saudi Medical Journal, "Uterine neoplasm resembling an ovarian sex cord tumor is a rare neoplasm.
"Patients are generally of reproductive age, although a few may be perimenopausal or postmenopausal. This neoplasm produces abnormal vaginal bleeding and uterine enlargement, suggesting leiomyoma or polyps," wrote S. Kuruvila and colleagues, Royal Hospital, Department of Histopathology.
"Based on the histology and clinical outcome, this tumor can be classified into two groups, namely one with focal areas resembling sex...
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