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Abstract : Brenners tumour is a relatively uncommon entity
comprising only 1-2 of all ovarian malignancies. We report a
case of a 35 year old female who presented with abdominal
distension and upper abdominal pain for ten days. After
thorough clinical examination and laboratory investigation she
was found to have an ovarian tumour. She was taken up for
surgery and found to have bilateral brenners tumour with
mucinous cystadenocarcinoma. After surgery she was started
on a course of chemotherapy. This case is presented for its
Keyword :abdominal mass, Brenners tumour, mucinous
cystadenocarcinoma, ovarian tumour

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