Ovarian Fibromas and the Association With Gorlin's Syndrome: A Case Report and Review
Ovarian tumors are rare in children and adolescents, with an incidence of approximately 2 per 100,000 girls. Specifically, ovarian fibromas represent only 4% of these tumors...
12 days ago - Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology - 2 articles
Benign Tumors Masquerading as Malignant: A Case of Sclerosing Stromal Tumor of the Ovary in an Adolescent
Sclerosing stromal tumor is a rare, benign ovarian tumor that occurs predominantly in young adults in the second and third decade of life. SST has distinctive clinical and...
18 days ago - Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology - 2 articles
Woman blighted by a facial tumour has left her a recluse
Vicky Basham, from Yorkshire, suffers from a rare condition called ossifying fibroma - a benign tumour which has caused facial deformity around her cheek and jaw area.
1 month ago - Daily Mail
Prepubertal Vulvar Fibroma: Neoplasm or Physiological Condition?
Several authors have previously reconsidered vulvar fibroma, a rare prepubertal neoplasm, as a physiological labial asymmetry of early puberty, recommending a conservative...
8 monthes ago
Meigs Syndrome Superimposed on Gorlin Syndrome in a 14-Year-Old Girl
Meigs syndrome is a rare complication associated with ovarian fibromas. Although ovarian fibromas are rare in children, they are common in women with Gorlin syndrome after puberty.
8 monthes ago - 4 articles
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Mom And 6 Sons Grow Hair Out, Donate 17 Feet Of It To Kids In Need
Phoebe Kannisto and her six sons made their latest haircuts a true family affair after deciding to grow their hair out together and donate it. Kannisto's oldest son, Andre, is...
New Genetic Variants Associated With Extreme Old Age Identified
Researchers have identified new genetic variants associated with reduced risks for cardiovascular and Alzheimer's disease.
Sleeping pills double the risk of a broken hip in 14 days
Taking benzodiazepines and so-called 'z-drugs' increases the risk of a fracture by 53 per cent after 15 to 30 days, according to researchers at Cardiff University and King's...
New technology aims to improve ease, accuracy of toric IOL surgery planning
A forthcoming innovation for a proprietary cataract/refractive surgical suite will make toric IOL selection simpler, more robust, and also enable surgeons to provide patients...
Do ‘Early Birds' Get the Healthier Worm?
Investigators in Finland found that morning people tend to eat better and earlier in the day than late-to-bed types. The result: a higher risk of obesity for the night owls...
Illegal pot use increased MORE in states with medical laws
The research, published by JAMA on Wednesday, is the first to do a deep review of data from before laws came in. They also found a spike in cannabis-related disorders in...
Scientists create 'artificial womb' for premature babies still
Working brain circuitry grown in a lab dish for first time
Researchers at Stanford University in California stimulated two different types of neuron to join up and work together as they would do in a real human forebrain.