Clinical diagnosis and complications of paratubal cysts: review of the literature and report of uncommon presentations

@article{Kiseli2012ClinicalDA,
  title={Clinical diagnosis and complications of paratubal cysts: review of the literature and report of uncommon presentations},
  author={Mine Kiseli and Gamze Sinem Çağlar and Sevim Dinçer Cengiz and Demet Karadağ and Muserref Banu Yilmaz},
  journal={Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics},
  year={2012},
  volume={285},
  pages={1563-1569}
}
IntroductionParaovarian or paratubal cysts (PTCs) constitute about 10 % of adnexial masses. Although they are not uncommon; they rarely cause symptoms and are usually incidentally found. Actual incidence is not known. The symptoms occur when they grow excessively, or in case of hemorrhage, rupture or torsion.MethodsHere, literature review reporting the incidence, presentation and complications of PTCs is performed. Uncommon presentations of PTCs in three different cases, a giant PTC, torsion of… Expand
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