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Ovarian Carcinoma During Pregnancy:Report of Two Cases
Ovarian tumors during pregnancy are rare events. Although the majority of ovarian tumors complicating pregnancy are benign, they are still important because of the difficulty in differentiating between benign and malign tumors. In most cases, tumors are detected accidentally during routine examination, ultrasound or a caesarean section at term. An ovarian malignancy occuring in association with pregnancy is rare accounting for only 2-5% of ovarian tumors discov ered during pregnancy. Histologicdoaj:2e224e6d1cfb4cd4800805f25f87d545 fatcat:hwptkmsiofd35mow2xxn5hgntu