Survival Analysis and Prognosis for Patients with Serous and Mucinous Borderline Ovarian Tumors: 14-Year Experience from a Tertiary Center in Iran

  • Katayoun Ziari Department of Pathology, Be'sat Hospital, AJA University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran.
  • Ebrahim Soleymani Mail Department of Pathology, Be'sat Hospital, AJA University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran.
  • Kamyab Alizadeh Department of Pathology, Be'sat Hospital, AJA University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran.
Keywords:
Ovarian neoplasms, Neoplasms, Cystic, Mucinous, Serous prognosis, Survival

Abstract

The aim of this study was to determine the prognosis and survival for patients with borderlineovarian tumor (BOT). A retrospective review of 30 patients with serous andmucinous BOT treated at or referred to our institution was performed. Fifteenpatients (50%) had serous, and the others had mucinous BOT. About 86% of allpatients in both groups were in stage I of the disease. The recurrent disease occurredin 7% and 21% of serous and mucinous tumors, respectively. All recurrences,except one in mucinous tumors, were found in advance stage disease. After amean of 37 and 52 months follow-up, the overall survival was 100% and 93%, anddisease-free survival was 93% and 79% for serous and mucinous tumors,respectively. In this series, advanced stage was associated with poorprognosis. However, to obtain more accurate information further studies withnumber of patients and longer follow-up is recommended.

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Ziari K, Soleymani E, Alizadeh K. Survival Analysis and Prognosis for Patients with Serous and Mucinous Borderline Ovarian Tumors: 14-Year Experience from a Tertiary Center in Iran. Acta Med Iran. 53(4):199-203.
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