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GRANULOSA CELL OVARIAN TUMOR AS CAUSE OF PRIMARY AMENORRHOEA

Najma Bano Shaikh and Pushpa Sirichand.

Abstract
An 18-year old single girl presented in gynecological outpatients department in April 2004 as a
case of primary amenorrhoea and abdominal mass. Laparotomy was performed and tumor
removed. Diagnosis of granulosa cell tumor was confirmed on histopathology.
Granulosa cell ovarian tumor usually presents with menstrual problem in the form of precocious
puberty, irregular bleeding or postmenopausal bleeding. Our patient presented with primary
amenorrhoea that is extremely rare presentation.

Key words: Primary Amenorrhoea. Abdomen. Mass. Tumor. Granulosa Cell.



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