Sclerosing Stromal Tumor of Ovary: Presenting a Unilocular Cyst


  • Ajit Singh Department of Pathology, Kalpana Chawla Government Medical College and Hospital, Karnal, Haryana, India


Pseudolobulation, Sclerosing stromal tumor, Sex cord stromal tumor


Sclerosing stromal tumors (SSTs) are benign neoplasm of sex cord stromal tumor of ovary. The tumors occur predominantly in young female usually in the 2nd–3rd decades. Incidence is 2–6% of ovarian stromal tumors. It is usually unilateral. Other sex cord stromal tumors of ovary comprised fibromas, thecomas, granulosa cell tumor, Leydig cell tumor, and SST. Due to rarity of SST, most of the time it is not always possible to predict the presence of SST by clinical and radiological findings. The case is being presented for its rarity as the patient presented with unilocular cyst and minimal ascites.


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Singh, A. (2020). Sclerosing Stromal Tumor of Ovary: Presenting a Unilocular Cyst. Asian Pacific Journal of Health Sciences, 7(4), 16–18. Retrieved from