Analytical Cellular Pathology / 2018 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Adult Granulosa Cell Tumors of the Ovary: A Retrospective Study of 36 FIGO Stage I Cases with Emphasis on Prognostic Pathohistological Features

Table 1

Clinical features of the patients with early-stage adult granulosa cell tumors.

Clinical features ()

Age (years)
FIGO substageCases (%)
IA30 (83%)
IC13 (8%)
IC21 (3%)
IC32 (6%)
Initial surgical procedureCases (%)
TAH + BSO16 (44%)
TAH + BSO + staging op13 (36%)
USO (fertility surgery)7 (20%)
LymphadenectomyCases (%)
Not performed30 (83%)
Performed6 (17%)
Adjuvant therapyCases (%)
Surgery only32 (91%)
Surgery + chemotherapy3 (9%)
Endometrial pathologyCases (%)
None16 (49%)
Hyperplasia without atypia13 (39%)
Hyperplasia with atypia3 (9%)
Carcinoma1 (3%)
RecurrenceCases (%)
No28 (88%)
Yes4 (12%)
Months to recurrence
Median (range)40 (6–120)
Follow-up (months)
Median (range)117.5 (26–276)
Died of disease (N (%))2 (6%)

Note: TAH + BSO: total abdominal hysterectomy with bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy; USO: unilateral salpingo-oophorectomy.

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