Sex cord tumour with annular tubules
|Sex cord tumour with annular tubules|
|Micrograph of a sex cord tumour with annular tubules. H&E stain.|
|Classification and external resources|
Sex cord tumour with annular tubules, commonly referred to by its abbreviation SCTAT, is a rare ovarian tumour in the sex cord group of gonadal tumours. It may be spelled sex cord tumor with annular tubules.
It has a distinctive appearance under the microscope, from which it derives its name.
- Purohit, RC.; Alam, SZ. (Mar 1980). "Sex cord tumour of the ovary with annular tubules (SCTAT).". Histopathology. 4 (2): 147–54. PMID 7358344. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2559.1980.tb02908.x.
- Lele, SM.; Sawh, RN.; Zaharopoulos, P.; Adesokan, A.; Smith, M.; Linhart, JM.; Arrastia, CD.; Krigman, HR. (Apr 2000). "Malignant ovarian sex cord tumor with annular tubules in a patient with Peutz-Jeghers syndrome: a case report.". Mod Pathol. 13 (4): 466–70. PMID 10786816. doi:10.1038/modpathol.3880079.
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