Mesenteric and omental cysts: An ultrasonographic and clinical study of 15 patients

@article{Chou1991MesentericAO,
  title={Mesenteric and omental cysts: An ultrasonographic and clinical study of 15 patients},
  author={Yi -Hong Chou and Chui -Mei Tiu and Wing -Yiu Lui and Tsuen Chang},
  journal={Gastrointestinal Radiology},
  year={1991},
  volume={16},
  pages={311-314}
}
The clinical and ultrasonographic (US) features of 15 cases of mesenteric or omental cyst are herein described. This series included seven male and eight female patients, whose age ranged from 2–89 years. Correct clinical diagnosis was made in two children only, but preoperative US examination accurately demonstrated the lesion in 11 of 13 patients (85%). These cystic lesions usually had a thin wall, internal septations, and fluid content with sedimentation. Enteric duplication cysts had a… CONTINUE READING

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