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Tumours of borderline malignancy are epithelial tumours that don’t clearly appear to be cancerous. They account for approximately 15% of all epithelial ovarian tumours. They may occur in one or both ovaries.
These tumours are also known as:
Tumours of borderline malignancy are different from typical ovarian cancers.
Types of tumours include:
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