- May represent extreme expression of squamous metaplasia in endometrioid carcinomas, transformation of ovarian teratomas and HPV related transformation
- Often associated with dermoid cyst (50%) and endometriosis (20%)
- References: Am J Surg Pathol 1996;20:823
- 6-35 cm, often forming mural nodules with intracavitary protrusion, focal necrosis and hemorrhage
End of Ovary tumor > Other tumors not specific to ovary > Squamous cell carcinoma
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