Sclerosing stromal tumor is an extremely rare type of benign ovarian sex cord stromal tumor.
The benign characteristic of this tumor is well known but we present an uncommon case of paraovarian sclerosing stromal tumor with high mitotic activity.
Results and Conclusion
Despite this potential malignancy, our patient was treated successfully with enucleation only.
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Published online: August 29, 2015
The authors indicate no conflicts of interest.
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