parovarian cyst

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parovarian cyst

[‚par·ō′ver·ē·ən ′sist]
(medicine)
A cyst of mesonephric origin arising between the layers of the mesosalpinx, adjacent to the ovary.
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Echographic characteristics of parovarian cysts were presence of thin walled, smoothly marginated anechoic follicle like structures in adnexa (Fig.
Mitamura, "Torsion of Parovarian Cyst.--Report of Two Cases--," The Kurume Medical Journal, vol.
Intra operatively complete torsion (torsion of both ovary and fallopian tube) was found in 9 cases, 3 were torsion of hydrosalpinx and one case was torsion of a parovarian cyst.