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adnexa

[ad′neks·ə]
(biology)
Subordinate or accessory parts, such as eyelids, Fallopian tubes, and extraembryonic membranes.
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These cysts are benign lesions layered with epithelium which contains skin adnexa in the cyst wall.
(A) Transvaginal pelvic ultrasound of the left adnexa demonstrates an elongated C- or S-shaped, thin- walled tubular serpiginous cystic lesion with incomplete septations (long arrow).
Besides, the adnexa of the skin also give rise to appendage tumours like eccrine spiradenoma and chondroid syringoma.
Feins, "Subsequent asynchronous torsion of normal adnexa in children," Journal of Pediatric Surgery, vol.
Near the left adnexa, a ruptured teratoma and its spilled contents, including sebaceous substances, were noted (Figure 2).
Tumors of the eye and ocular adnexa at the Philippine eye research institute a 10-year review.
If there was enclosed masses, then the correlation of the morphology, size, boundary and internal echo of the enclosed mass with surrounding organs as well as the blood flow of bilateral adnexa area and trophoblast around enclosed masses were observed.
However, the I-131 WBS demonstrated an area of iodine accumulation in the pelvis above the urinary bladder, which localized to the right adnexa on SPECT/CT.
Delecluse et al., "Lymphopro-liferative lesions of the ocular adnexa: analysis of 112 cases," Ophthalmology, vol.
A CT scan of the abdomen and pelvis showed a large complex left retroperitoneal mass, abdominal ascites, and pleural effusions, contiguous with the left adnexa. She was found to have hemoglobin of 4.9 g/dL and received blood transfusions prior to transfer to Cooper University Hospital.
Contrast-enhanced computed tomography revealed a nearly 58 mm x 68 mm cystic mass with high signal intensity (30 HU), which filled the entire Douglas recess, and extended up to the left adnexa which was initially thought to be a left ovarian cyst (Figure 2).
Irreducible indirect inguinal hernia containing uterus and bilateral adnexa in a premature female infant: report of an exceptional case and review of the literature.