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A Krukenberg tumor is a metastatic ovarian malignant tumor, which usually originates from the gastrointestinal tract. Other primary sites of this tumor include breast cancer and endometrial cancer. Symptoms include abdominal and pelvic pain, bloating, ascites, and vaginal bleeding. Diagnosis is made through imaging studies such as ultrasound and CT scan.
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