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A patient came to the ER complaining of pain and difficulty breathing and was rushed into surgery where they removed a 55-pound ovarian tumor. Luckily it was benign and the 59-year-old woman is doing well post-op. OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry shares that she has removed tumors that are 15-20 lbs., but nothing nearly this big.