A Krukenberg Tumor is a malignant tumor that is found in the ovaries. In most cases, a Krukenberg Tumor is not isolated to one ovary and instead spreads to both ovaries. A Krukenberg tumor is a type of metastatic tumor that often spreads from the gastrointestinal tract. Although a Krukenberg tumor is a fairly rare type of tumor, it is most common among women who are in their reproductive years.
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