Fibromas are tumors composed of fibroblasts. Ovarian fibromas are either spherical or lobulated and are unilateral in 90% of cases.
Meigs syndrome is the presentation of ovarian fibroma, ascites, and hydrothorax.
Thecomas are tumors made of fat spindle cells containing lipid droplets. Most tumors contain a mixture of both spindle cells and fibroblasts and may be referred to as fibromathecomas.
Patients with fibromas may present with sudden onset of sharp and typically unilateral abdominal pain, in addition to a pulling sensation in the groin.
Spindle-shaped fibroblasts are seen upon histological examination.
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