Growing teratoma syndrome (GTS) is a rare complication of ovarian germ cell tumours and occurs in young age group.
Growing teratoma syndrome (GTS) is a rare clinical entity first described by Logothetis et al in 1982.
Growing teratoma syndrome after ovarian germ cell tumours.
However, tumor recurrence has been reported through a phenomenon known as "growing teratoma syndrome
," which is extremely rare and refers to a relapse of malignancy due to partial response to surgical resection or chemotherapy .
Growing teratoma syndrome (GTS) is thought to be the progression of immature to mature teratoma during or following chemotherapy.
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The impression made at this time was either a growing teratoma syndrome
or a sarcoma element that was non- responsive to chemotherapy.
As the tumour markers (CA-125, beta-human chorionic gonadotrophin and alpha-fetoprotein) were within the normal range, a working diagnosis of growing teratoma syndrome (GTS) of the ovary was made.
Growing teratoma syndrome and peritoneal gliomatosis.
Growing teratoma syndrome
is the recurrence of benign mature teratoma tissue after the treatment of immature malignant teratoma.