Case Report

Luteinized Ovarian Thecoma in a Postmenopausal Women Presenting with Virilization

Figure 1

(a) On examination, she had alopecia, frontal balding, and hirsuitism giving a score of 14 from modified Ferriman and Gallwey scoring system. (b) Computed tomography of the abdomen and pelvis revealed a well-defined solid tumor in right adnexal region (arrow). (c) Laparotomy revealed a solid ovarian tumor of 5 cm with an intact capsule in the right ovary. (d) Haematoxyline and eosine-stained sections (magnification ) revealed cell nets comprising uniform cells with round bland nuclei and eosinophilic cytoplasm. They were surrounded by a proliferation of elongated spindle cells.