Primary Epithelial Tumors of the Ovary

  • Bernard Czernobilsky


In the histogenetic classification of ovarian neoplasms the epithelial tumors belong to the group of 201C;tumors of surface-epithelial and ovarian-stromal origin,95 also known as tumors of “paramesonephric celomic (germinal, Müllerian)” derivation.51 These constitute the majority of ovarian neoplasms.


Clear Cell Carcinoma Mucinous Tumor Endometrioid Carcinoma Germinal Epithelium Papillary Projection 
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