Ovary tumor
Other tumors not specific to ovary
Hemangioma


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Revised: 14 February 2019

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Definition / general
  • Primary ovarian hemangiomas are very rare
  • First described by Payne in 1869
  • Mostly of the cavernous type
  • May coexist with different genital tract diseases (Ann Saudi Med 2008;28:128)
Epidemiology
  • Reported in ages ranging from infancy to 81 years
Pathophysiology
Clinical features
  • Mostly asymptomatic incidental findings (Arch Gynecol Obstet 2004;270:1)
  • Large lesions: adnexal mass, abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting due to torsion
Laboratory
  • CA125 may be normal or elevated
Radiology description
  • Doppler USG shows a low-resistant vascular flow pattern
Case reports
Treatment
  • Surgical excision
Gross description
  • Small to 20 cm with smooth glistening outer surface
  • Commonly arises from hilum or medulla
Gross images

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Spongy cut surface

Microscopic (histologic) description
  • Two types: cavernous and capillary
  • Cavernous more common; numerous dilated thin walled vascular channels of variable size , lined by flattened endothelial cells
Microscopic (histologic) images

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Dilated vascular channels

IHC, CD31 and 34 positivity

Positive stains
Negative stains
Differential diagnosis
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