学術雑誌論文 Possible de novo clear cell carcinoma in the contralateral ovary 9 years after fertility-sparing surgery for Stage IA clear cell ovarian carcinoma

Nishida, K.  ,  Tenjimbayashi, Y.  ,  Tasaka, N.  ,  Shikama, A.  ,  Sakuraiv, M.  ,  Nakao, S.  ,  Ochi, H.  ,  Minaguchi, T.  ,  Satoh, T.

6 ( 2 )  , pp.50 - 54 , 2017-04 , Springer
ISSN:2192-3183
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A patient who underwent fertility-sparing surgery for Stage IA clear cell carcinoma may have developed de novo clear cell carcinoma in the contralateral ovary 9 years later. She underwent fertility-sparing surgery and postoperative adjuvant chemotherapy for right ovarian carcinoma at 33 years of age (when endometriosis was observed in the contralateral ovary). At the age of 41 years, a tumor was discovered in the left ovary. This was diagnosed pathologically as clear cell carcinoma with clear cell adenofibroma, which may have developed de novo. A consensus is currently taking shape that although fertility-sparing surgery is a therapeutic option for patients with Stage IA clear cell carcinoma, long-term outpatient monitoring is advised to watch for its recurrence or de novo development in the contralateral ovary.
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