Ovarian Cystadenoma is a types of cystic adenoma originated from the glandular cells and defined as a condition of development of benign cyst which can grows to 12 inches in diameter and is filled with a mucous-type fluid material from the tissues of ovary.
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Types of ovarian cystadenoma
1. Serous cystadenomas
Serous cystadenomas, accounted for about 30% of ovarian tumors, also known as serous cystadenoma, is a very common type of benign ovarian tumor filled with a thin, watery liquid. In rare case, it can become cancerous, according to a study of Molecular genetic analysis of ovarian serous cystadenomas, by Eric J Cheng, Robert J Kurman, Menglin Wang, Robert Oldt III, Brant G Wang, David M Berman and Ie-Ming Shih, researchers found that In fact, only 14% of serous cystadenomas are clonal, suggesting that serous cystadenomas develop as a hyperplastic expansion of ovarian surface epithelial inclusions. We speculate that a small proportion of these cystadenomas become clonal and that mutations of KRAS or BARF in some of these clonal cystadenomas lead to the development of serous borderline tumors, which are the precursors of low-grade serous carcinoma. These findings have important implications for understanding the pathogenesis of ovarian serous carcinoma, and for the screening and treatment of ovarian cancer.