hyperreactio luteinalis

hyperreactio luteinalis

/hy·per·re·ac·tio lu·te·in·a·lis/ (-re-ak´she-o loo″te-ĭ-na´lis) bilateral ovarian enlargement during pregnancy due to the presence of numerous theca-lutein cysts, usually associated with abnormally high levels of human chorionic gonadotropin.
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Differential diagnosis includes granulosa cell tumor, thecomas, stromal hyperthecosis, unclassified sex cord- stromal tumors, stromal luteomas and hyperreactio luteinalis (8).
Hyperreactio luteinalis with partial molar pregnancy
Hyperreactio luteinalis (HL) refers to moderate to marked cystic enlargement of the ovaries due to multiple benign theca lutein cysts.
Hyperreactio luteinalis is a rare disease characterized by marked cvstic enlargement of the ovary due to multiple benign theca lutein cysts.
Hyperreactio luteinalis is a benign condition causing enlargement of the ovaries.
Hyperreactio luteinalis associated with pregnancy: a case report and review of the literature.
Markedly elevated b-hCG levels in a normal singleton gestation with hyperreactio luteinalis.
Hyperreactio Luteinalis (HL) is a rare entity caused by presence of numerous luteinized follicle cysts resulting in variable degrees of ovarian enlargement.
Hyperreactio luteinalis is a rare entity in which enlarged cystic ovaries develop during spontaneously conceived pregnancy.
Hyperreactio luteinalis has been observed with multiple gestations, gestational trophoblastic disease, malignancy, renal dysfunction, conditions that may be associated with elevated hCG levels, and abnormal or enlarged placenta.
On ultrasound examination, hyperreactio luteinalis is characterized by large adnexal masses that consist of many thin-walled small theca lutein cysts giving it the appearance of a 'spoke wheel'.
Spontaneous ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome and hyperreactio luteinalis are entities in continuum.