Oncology and Fibroids
A 5-year-old woman, presenting with bilateral solid ovarian tumors, has ascites. Upper gastro-intestinal endoscopy reveals an ulcerative growth in pyloric region of stomach. The most likely diagnosis is:
|A||Malignant ovarian tumor|
|B||Carcinoma stomach with Krukenberg's tumor|
|C||Carcinoma body uterus|
|D||Carcinoma in the small intestine|
Carcinoma stomach with Krukenberg's tumor
Metastasis to the ovary can occur from breast, colon, gastric, and pancreatic cancers, and the Krukenberg tumor classically described as bilateral ovarian masses from metastatic mucin-secreting gastrointestinal cancers.