Recurrent ovarian steroid cell tumor Mx - Debulking surgery,
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A 51-year-old obese female patient with fatty liver underwent abdominal ultrasonography at her local clinic, and was admitted to our hospital due to liver masses, 25 and 15 mm in size. The patient had been on medication for diabetes and hypertension for 10 years. She had been admitted to the hospital 5 years ago with chief complaints of ascites and a 77-mm solid mass in the left ovary, which were confirmed by abdominopelvic computed tomography (CT). Under the clinical impression of ovarian cancer, total abdominal hysterectomy with bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy, omentectomy, and selective lymphadenectomy were performed. Postoperatively, the lesion was diagnosed as an ovarian steroid cell tumor, NOS.

Physical examinations did not yield any remarkable findings and the patient exhibited normal vital signs. Laboratory tests yielded normal findings of hemoglobin (13.3 g/dL), white blood cells (9,250/µL), CA-125 (3.73 IU/mL), and testosterone levels (0.074 ng/mL). Abdominopelvic CT revealed 24- and 10-mm arterial well-enhancing nodules at segment 5 and the left lateral segment of the liver, respectively. Moreover, approximately 10 to 30 mm multiple enlarged round masses were observed at the perigastric, gastrohepatic, and hepatoduodenal mesentery, and at the site of ligamentum teres fissure.....

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4245350/
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