Metastatic tumors to ovary are uncommon, but there is one situation in which a metastatic adenocarcinoma to ovary appears as a large mass and resembles a primary tumor: a so-called "Krukenberg" tumor of ovary which has a signet ring histologic pattern and usually is metastatic from a primary in gastrointestinal tract. Seen here extending out of the pelvis at autopsy is a large right ovarian mass. Metastases are also present in the lower right portion of liver.